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Pittsburgh Mills

590 Pittsburgh Mills Circle

Mall Hours:
Monday to Saturday: 10am - 9pm
Sunday: 11am - 6pm

Mall Walking Hours:
Monday to Sunday: 7am

Floors: 1

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Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills is home to many of your favorite retailers such as:  JCPenneys, Macy's, Sears Grand, H&M, Dicks Sporting Goods and many more.  We also have the only IMAX Theatre in the area.


Ken Green

Friday, May 18, 2018
I've been in all the malls in the Pittsburgh area. From Westmoreland all the way to Robinson. Pittsburgh Mills is a beautiful mall. I actually like the layout. The kids play area is better than any of the others. Sad to see that so many stores have pulled out of this mall. The have a very good Asian buffet near one of the entrances. Highly recommended of you like Asian food.

Luke W Nowotnik

Saturday, June 23, 2018
Fun mall to go see! Lots of attractions and movie theater is good! There are so few stores there now. That is why it is 4-star.

Jeffrey Anthony

Friday, June 8, 2018
It's hard for me to really give this place a bad or good rating, what's more important would be your expectations coming here. It's a mall gone horribly wrong in the death throes of a huge bankruptcy. The mall never really was ever totally full, but now there are entire stretches of emptiness. And in many ways this is not a bad thing. If you're there for a specific place, for mall walking, or just getting the kids out of the house when it's rainy out this place can be great. Half the food court is empty, but those that have survived so far there are good quality with solid staff. Only place we avoid like the plague is the Panera bread, famous in this specific location for their uncaring staff and horrible inaccurate service... 5 out of 5 visits were fail. There's 2 indoor playgrounds for small and medium sized children, and a pay to play business with ball house and bouncy house types of options. The video arcade is small and not exciting but sufficient to keep the kids happy for a short burst of variety... New dimension comics has a large store here and seems to have a steady and healthy gaming community, it really stands out as a success in the struggling mall. An IMAX theater that is rarely crowded and does 5 dollar Tuesday movies with a great selection is a destination here by itself. Beyond that there's some stock Staples still around, a kitchen store, Justice, Victoria's secret, clothing places, the occasional phone accessory and cell phone store... And an indoor themed miniature golf place... If this place happens to have something you want or need, it's a low stress not crowded destination, but if you're looking for the packed bustle of a thriving mall, almost any mall in the Pittsburgh area has more standard mall faire than here, perhaps with the exception of the soon to be demolished century three mall.


Sunday, April 29, 2018
Not what it used to be, very empty and to spread out. The stores outside the mall are doing well but the stores inside the mall aren’t worth the trip...

Amanda Tran

Monday, April 16, 2018
Most of the good stores and best restaurants have closed in the last 5-10 years. It used to be full of shoppers and fun stores and now it has become more of a walking track than anything else. Even JoAnn Fabrics since moving there doesn't even have an entrance into the mall. The movie theater and Panera are the main draw for people now. The surrounding road is full of potholes sadly and the area isn't as safe as it used to be. Worth it to go to another mall like Westmoreland or Ross Park for more variety and a nicer, safer area.

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