An Afternoon at Dallas Galleria in Pictures

Dallas galleria built in 1982 based off the Houston Galleria, which was based off the historic and jaw dropping Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II of Milan, Italy.

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If you have already visited this mall, this shopgirl is eager to hear your thoughts and opinions! Feel free to leave comments of your favorite things to do or see. Also, please offer your own ranking here:

*Shopgirl’s overall rating is determined from an average of mall security, cleanliness, activities, family friendly, and accessibility.

Until Next Time Fan Girls and Boys!

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3 thoughts on “An Afternoon at Dallas Galleria in Pictures

  1. Arlee Bird says:

    Back in my traveling for work days in the eighties I would visit the Galleria in Dallas regularly. I took my wife there a few years ago so she could see it and it was still a fabulous mall. I can’t say what in particular stood out for me other than watching the ice skaters, but the experience is a dazzling assault on the senses.

    We’ve visited the Houston Galleria a number of times in recent years since one of our daughters lives in Houston. That mall is equally spectacular.

    By the way, have you read the book The Malling of America by William Severini Kowinski ? I used to have a copy but I don’t know whatever happened to it. I read it back when it first came out in 1985 and it is a fascinating and highly entertaining read. Well worth reading if you haven’t done so–I’d like to read it again since it’s been so long since I last read it.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    • shopgirlanonymous says:

      I have not read it, though I have heard of it. It would be quite fascinating…my first retail book is going to be Selfridges and then perhaps I’ll follow in suit with that. Books are quite the time investment for me considering I’m incredibly dyslexic…I have to be quite selective. 😉

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  2. John Holton says:

    I’ve been to both the Dallas and Houston Gallerias, many years ago, and remember both as being pretty spectacular places. The one in Dallas had a Marshall Field’s, I remember, and having grown up in Chicago, worked at Field’s, and practically met my wife of almost 40 years there, I had to stop in and buy a box of Frango Mints. Great store, not as full of memories as the one on State Street obviously, but the shopping experience was a joy.

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