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More than 30 million visitors each year seek the dynamic & fine shopping environment uniquely offered by The Galleria, Texas' largest shopping center and fourth largest domain nationally. International guests and Houstonians blend seamlessly in the center while on shopping excursions or enter...
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The Houston Galleria is an upscale mixed-use urban development shopping mall located in the Uptown District of Houston featuring stores, eateries and a ice skating ring.
"It is home to over 400 high end stores, wonderful restaurants and food outlets such as Cheesecake Factory, Chili's and White Oaks Kitchen, a full size ice rink, state of the art children's play area, seven beauty salons and lots more besides. It won't be any surprise to hear that it is Texas…
Enormous mall with an ice-skating rink. Plan for any trip to last several hours.
If you like to shop, you can't come to Houston without visiting our biggest mall.
The Galleria is one of largest malls in the US and has a lot of great stores and restaurants.
"More than 30 million visitors each year seek the dynamic & fine shopping environment uniquely offered by The Galleria, Texas' largest shopping center and fourth largest domain nationally."
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