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Insider's Guide to Visiting Woodbury Common Premium Outlets


Considered a global shopping mecca, New York City is easily recognized as the fashion capital of the United States. No matter what your fashion style is, you can rest assured that you can easily find something to your liking here. And what’s better than finding that perfect piece to add to your wardrobe? Finding it at a bargain, of course! Even though there are plenty of shopping districts in the City like Fifth Avenue, Broadway, Herald Square, SoHo, and even Chinatown that offer everything from high-street fashion to high-end fashion, there’s nothing quite like finding it all in one place at a great value. Step in, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets!


Woodbury Common Premium Outlets is listed as a top shopping destination in New York. A quick hour away from Manhattan, you can find more than 220 of the most sought after high-end fashion and designer retail brands at 25% to 65% off everyday prices! You can shop from famous luxury brands like Fendi, Tory Burch, Michael Kors, Burberry, Coach, Bottega Veneta, Prada, Saint Laurent, and Gucci to everyday favorites like J. Crew, Ann Taylor, Gap Factory, The North Face, Nike and Banana Republic. You can even find the big names in electronics, luggage, jewelry and home décor present here like Bose, Le Creuset, Swarovski, and Samsonite to name a few.
A newly renovated Market Hall serves up over two dozen hunger-satisfying delectably delicious eateries – exactly what you need to refuel for more shopping!


Some advance planning and a few helpful tips will make your visit even more enjoyable!

  • Check the weather forecast in advance to prevent an undesirable shopping experience – it is an outdoor mall, after all.
  • Shopping trolleys make it convenient to carry around your kids and your shopping bags.
  • Get there early to avoid big crowds. Preferably before 11:00 AM.
  • Visit during the winter months for thinner crowds. It will be chilly, so dress appropriately!
  • Plan to visit on weekdays or when it isn’t a holiday to avoid large crowds.
  • Feel free to pack snacks and water to satisfy that “during shopping” hunger.
  • Sign up for the free VIP Shopper Club program to get discounts and rewards.
  • Before you begin shopping, go to the Starbucks and grab a cup of coffee for that extra boost of energy.

How to Get There

  • By Car – New York State Thruway (I-87) to Harriman, Exit 16.
  • By Bus – Frequent daily bus service to Woodbury Common from Port Authority, New York City (42nd St & Eighth Ave).
  • By Train – Take the MTA Metro-North Railroad service for weekend transportation to Woodbury Common.

What’s Nearby?

  • The Newburgh Waterfront is a walkway along the Hudson River which offers beautiful, scenic views of the river and even a narrated boat tour, if you’re interested.
  • After a hard day of shopping, sit down for an elegant dinner at Migel’s Tavern located at the Mansion Ridge Golf Course nearby. Their wide selection of entrees ensures that there is something to everyone’s liking.
  • If you’re spending the weekend in Woodbury or just want to do some quick sightseeing after a day of shopping, then head on over to Bear Mountain State Park. This park is nature at its best! From hiking trails to picnic areas to a large outdoor swimming pool, there’s a little something for everyone to do.
  • The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is a museum and amphitheater located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair that promoted peace and music. If you are interested in music festivals, then is a must-see!

More Tips to Make Your Day

  • Children’s Play Area – If you have kids, then this is perfect for you! Take a much-needed break from all that shopping and bring the little ones to this free, activity center where they can gallop around the horse track themed playground.
  • Market Hall – All that shopping is bound to get your appetite going. Choose from over 15 eateries including Shake Shack, Chipotle, Just Salad, McDonald’s, Melt Shop, Pinkberry, Umi Teriyaki and Sushi, and the classic mall favorite - Auntie Anne’s Pretzels.