When the heat is on outside, many people prefer to shop inside. Here is a list of all the major San Antonio indoor malls and some of the stores and attractions you can expect from each.
As the name suggests, the Rivercenter Mall is located on the famous River Walk. It has tons of windows to look out on the river, setting it apart from other area indoor malls. The mall includes a comedy club, AMC Theatre, IMAX, several department stores and high-end restaurants.
North Star Mall is a great place for high-end and specialty stores. Saks Fifth Avenue, Steve Madden, Coach, and more are all here. There is a food court and sit-down restaurants like the Cheesecake Factory as well. And don't forget to take a gander at the famous tall boots that can be seen from the other side of the highway.
Located on the Northwest side of town, Ingram Park is one of the city's older malls with an eclectic mix of department stores, local merchants, and specialty stores. Over 150 stores await you including Macy's, James Avery, Kirkland, and The Disney Store.
Once named Wonderland Mall, Crossroads of San Antonio fell on hard times and had a lot of store closings. TOday, with the help of Super Targer, the Bijou Movie Theatre, and the Norris Conference Center, they are trying to bring about a Renaissance of sorts, and doing a very good job of it, though some spaces still remain empty today.
Over 70 stores and restaurants greet you at South Park Mall. It is home to such San Antonio mainstays as a Luby's Cafeteria and Dillard's while also stepping outside the box and offering a dental center amongst other businesses.
Owned by Simon Malls, Rolling Oaks is located in the Northeast area of San Antonio. When it was first built it was barely within the city limits, now it is happily integrated within the boundaries of the city. Stores include The Gap, Dillard's, Macy's, Aeropostale, and Victoria's Secret to name a few.