Circle Centre Mall
If counting hair on your head is impossible, then assessing the shops and brands available at Circle Center Mall is also quite challenging. A shopper's paradise is what you find in 49 W. Maryland St, downtown Indianapolis. The Circle Center Mall comprises of about 100 shopping stores, 20 dining restaurants, and 9 entertainment theatres to choose from. The mall was inaugurated on September 8, 1995 at last after a long and delayed planning by the Simon Property Group since 1979.
The mall is built in four impressive levels, fastened by three-level major department stores of Nordstrom and Parisian. The other small stores in the mall are typical names found in all malls. The third level of the mall features a nice food court. The fourth level caters to just fun and entertainment stuff like video arcade complex, a brewery, and a huge nine screen movie theater. A glass dome called the Arts Garden projects the interconnection between the four buildings covered by the Mall. The Children's Choir, also uses the Arts Garden as a concert hall. With several choices of exotic food, shopping and entertainment options an overnight enjoyable trip at the mall justifies the experience. Distinct shopping packages are inclusive with the hotel packages: such as Omni Sever in the Circle Center Shopping Package, Crowne Plaza Sweet Dream Shopping Package and other hotels also provide similar offers.
Two full city blocks and four amazing levels of great and exceptional dining experience, enjoyment and shopping is home to only Circle Center Mall. A row of seven hotels is amazingly linked with the mall via covered skywalk. The circle center offers Circle Center gift cards that gives them what they want-the gift of choice. These can be redeemed anywhere visa card are accepted, within the mall itself. The cards can be bought online as well.