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Festival Bay Mall features a one-of-a-kind line up with Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Sheplers Western Wear and Cinemark 20 Theatres. You’ll also find Vans Skatepark, Universal Orlando Store, Hot Topic, Monkey Joe’s fun-filled...more
I stopped by and was hoping this mall had some nice shops. This mall had very fee stores and seemed like a ghost town. The mall itself looked nice and had a Great movie theatre but not many places to shop. I don't know if...More
Me and my wife decided to leave the car at the hotel and take a trip along International Drive using the I-ride buses - thinking that there would be something to do.
We travelled all the way to the top of the list at stopped...More
A couple of small business type places Fudd Ruckers, Churro shop, liquidation bookstore and a mom and pop shop. Blocks of closed shops and even cordoned off spaces. If your into a good Bass Pro and Movie theatre this is the place to go. Otherwise...More
Each time I visit Orlando I see this Mall emptier and emptier. I suspect its kept open because of the excellent Outdoor World, Sherplers andFudruckers. Even Ron Jons is half the size it use to be. Its a shame it was a lovely cool place...More
This mall is great in that you can get some good deals. It is definitely the place to go if you are tired of fighting the crowds. It is clean and bright. There is a sports store that has great items and super prices. We...More
The theatre at this mall is one of the best I have visited in Central Florida. As other posters have mentioned, the prices are lower than other places (and of course you do not have to pay to park as you do at some other...More
This mall is attached to the Bass Pro Shop and a movie theater. I believe these two places are the ONLY reason they have stayed open. There are no stores .. and the stores that are there all seem low end, dingy stores. Like people...More
Most of the stores have either moved or went out of business. There were only about 15 stores still in the mall. The only thing keeping the mall in business is the movie theater and Bass Pro shop. The universal Studios outlet store is no...More