Even More Disney Stores Closing, Leaving Only 25 By September 15

As rumored last week, even more Disney Stores will be closing in North America, leaving only 25 out of previously 300 left after September 15. This is after over 60 Disney Stores closed earlier this year.

The Disney Store in Mall of America, which closed in May 2021

Here are the 57 stores closing in this round:

  • Stockton Street (CA) 9/8
  • Arizona Mills (AZ) 9/15
  • Tucson Premium Outlets (AZ) 9/15
  • Brea Mall (CA) 9/15
  • Carlsbad Premium Outlets (CA) 9/15
  • Del Amo Fashion Center (CA) 9/15
  • Fashion Fair (CA) 9/15
  • Gilroy Premium Outlet (CA) 9/15
  • Lakewood Center (CA) 9/15
  • Los Cerritos Shopping Center (CA) 9/15
  • Serromonte Center (CA) 9/15
  • Sunvalley Mall (CA) 9/15
  • The Oaks (CA) 9/15
  • Valencia Town Center (CA) 9/15
  • Vintage Faire (Modesto, CA) 9/15
  • Westfield Century City (CA) 9/15
  • Westfield Fashion Square (CA) 9/15
  • Westfield Plaza Bonita (CA) 9/15
  • Westfield Valley Fair (CA) 9/15
  • Danbury Fair (CT) 9/15
  • Westfarms Mall (CT) 9/15
  • Dadeland Mall (FL) 9/15
  • Miami International Mall (FL) 9/15
  • Tampa Premium Outlets (FL) 9/15
  • The Florida Mall (FL) 9/15
  • Mall of Georgia (GA) 9/15
  • Chicago Premium Outlets (IL) 9/15
  • Gurnee Mills (IL) 9/15
  • North Michigan Ave (IL) 9/1
  • Woodfield Mall (IL) 9/15
  • Burlington Mall (MA) 9/15
  • Wrentham Village Premium Outlet (MA) 9/15
  • Clarksburg Premium Outlets (MD) 9/15
  • Great Lakes Crossing (MI) 9/15
  • St. Louis Premium Outlets (MO) 9/15
  • Concord Mills (NC) 9/15
  • SouthPark Mall (NC) 9/15
  • Merrimack Premium Outlet (NH) 9/15
  • Deptford Mall (NJ) 9/15
  • Garden State Plaza (NJ) 9/15
  • Jackson Premium Outlets (NJ) 9/15
  • Menlo Park Mall (NJ) 9/15
  • Las Vegas South Premium Outlets (NV) 9/15
  • Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls (NY) 9/15
  • Queens Center (NY) 9/15
  • Smith Haven Mall (NY) 9/15
  • Woodbury Common Premium Outlets (NY) 9/15
  • Lehigh Valley Mall (PA) 9/15
  • Philadelphia Premium Outlet (PA) 9/15
  • Opry Mills (TN) 9/15
  • Houston Galleria (TX) 9/15
  • La Plaza Mall (TX) 9/15
  • Rio Grande Valley Premium Outlets (TX) 9/15
  • Round Rock Premium Outlets (TX) 9/15
  • City Creek Center (UT) 9/15
  • Potomac Mills (VA) 9/15
  • Westfield Southcenter (WA) 9/15

Here are the 25 Disney Stores that will still be open:

  • Arden Fair (CA)
  • Camarillo Outlet (CA)
  • Citadel Outlets (CA)
  • Ontario Mills (CA)
  • Outlet Shoppes at El Paso (TX)
  • San Francisco Premium Outlets (CA)
  • The Shops at Las Americas (San Diego, CA)
  • Silver Sands Outlet Stores (FL)
  • Tanger Outlets Branson (MO)
  • Jersey Gardens Outlet (NJ)
  • Las Vegas North Premium Outlets (NV)
  • Times Square (NY)
  • Cincinnati Premium Outlet (OH)
  • Shoppes at Oklahoma City (OK)
  • Woodburn Outlet (OR)
  • Rockvale Square Outlets (PA)
  • Tanger Factory Outlet-Hershey (PA)
  • Tanger Outlets Myrtle Beach (SC)
  • Tanger Outlets Sevierville (TN)
  • Grapevine Mills (TX)
  • Houston Premium Outlet (TX)
  • Tanger Outlets San Marcos (TX)
  • Tysons Corner Center (VA)
  • Bellevue Square (WA)
  • Seattle Premium Outlets (WA)

The closures come as Disney shifts its focus to online shopping at shopDisney.com.

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Justin
Justin
1 month ago

#FireChapek

Connie
Connie
1 month ago

Disney Really hates the Midwest! One store in MO, and one in OH. That’s it. All store in IL to close.

Louis W.
Louis W.
1 month ago

Yes please take them away, we don’t need people in America to have jobs. We only support overseas countries, said the Disney Co. who make billions of $$$$

For the Love of Figment
For the Love of Figment
1 month ago

This is so very sad! Shopping for Disney items will never be the same! No more taking kids to pick out Halloween costumes or a special stuffed animal after a new Disney movie comes out. Not everyone wants to shop for everything online!! There is something very special about going to a Disney store and getting to see and touch items before purchasing. I feel Disney has lost touch with they every day Person and they are only about the bottom line!

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 month ago

Hoping and praying to God that this was the final round of stores to close. Let the last 25 remain for years to come PLEASE. 🙏🏻

Chris
Chris
1 month ago

It’s too bad that they don’t allow some of the promotions that The Disney Store runs at the World of Disney in Disney Springs. For example, I always loved getting the lithographs, but online you’d have to pay for shipping – never mind trusting the post office, which is not good in my area. With almost everything being on Disney+ now though, I’d guess movie purchases are even more down. Regardless – I’ll miss just walking into The Disney Store. Although, it hasn’t really been the same since they renovated them from their 90’s counterparts. Those were the days! If… Read more »

Mike A.
Mike A.
1 month ago

There will be none left in New England after 15 Sep. Some people prefer to get things in a store versus waiting for something online. They should at least keep one store open in this region.

Angie Montale
Angie Montale
1 month ago

I grew up very close to Disney World and went to the parks all the time. When I had to move it killed me that I could just go whenever I wanted. Being able to go to the Disney Store was that little piece of home to me. It had some of the Disney magic in it that I needed when I was feeling homesick. I’m happy to say that I have moved back to Florida but I’m not as close to Orlando as I was before. But I do wish they would keep some of the Disney magic open… Read more »

Patricia Torres
Patricia Torres
1 month ago

I prefer to shop at a store especially for apparel. Disney will end up losing my business. I can go to the store for last minute gifts browse and buy right away and nit have to spend for shipping.

David
David
1 month ago

Too much focus on the bottom line and not on how stores can create a halo effect for other parts of your business, including your online shop. A decision I think long-term Disney will regret.

Dante Gullotta
Dante Gullotta
1 month ago

I live in kissimmee right next to Disney world and I used to be a pass holder but how Dirty Disney did the pass holders I’m done with the parks and stores for the Foreseeable future, I will keep my Disney plus for now but dam Disney knock it off you are alienating the very Americans who carried your ass through 9/11 when NO Foreigners were coming here!! Thanks alot!!!

Susie
Susie
1 month ago

I am sad. I so enjoy shopping at Disney stores and spending lots of money on the Grandchildren and myself.