Founded in 1965 as the largest climate-controlled retail establishment in the world, today NorthPark Center is the ultimate shopping, dining and entertainment experience in the Southwest. It’s no wonder this premier 2.3 million-square-foot center is a destination for 26 million visitors annually.Arrange your visit to NorthPark Center and discover more family-friendly attractions in Dallas using our Dallas vacation website.
NorthPark Center brings together the finest collection of more than 235 stores with luxury designer and trendsetting boutiques, all the best American brands, and top-tier anchors—Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Dillard’s and AMC NorthPark 15. And that’s just the beginning. Here visitors enjoy 33 exceptional restaurants, a world-class art collection, award-winning architecture and non-stop special events.
NorthPark Center makes museum-quality art available for everyday enjoyment with major works by internationally renowned artists including Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Jim Dine, Jonathan Borofsky, James Rosenquist, Joel Shapiro and many others. Mark di Suvero’s Ad Astra, 2005, fills NorthCourt as the showpiece of NorthPark Center’s $250 million expansion, completed in 2006.
Award-winning architecture and landscaping make NorthPark Center a visual delight distinguished by signature white Texas brick, wide promenades, cool polished concrete floors and artful planters filled with unexpected choices of seasonal color.
Year-round special events make NorthPark Center a requisite stop for local, national and international guests who return again and again to enjoy movie premieres at the AMC NorthPark 15 Theatre, signature fashion events and yoga or live music in CenterPark, a 1.4-acre landscaped garden. Lined with mature live oak and red oak trees and lush landscaping, CenterPark is an exciting venue for private and community events or relaxing patio dining.
NorthPark Center’s full-service concierge, valet parking service and tax-free shopping for out-of-state and international guests make it an unequalled experience that begs your return.
Monday – Saturday: 10 am to 9 pm
Sunday: 12 pm to 6 pm
NorthPark Center Reviews
Great mall. I think this is the best mall in Dallas. Great stores (Apple, Oakley, Others). Nice food court. Nice places to eat. Clean. Plenty of Parking. more »
Excellent selection of stores. Great food court with healthy choices. It was crowded on a Saturday. Parking lot made for compact cars-bit of a disaster parking and then leaving. more »
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