A change of pace from downtown shopping, the flat ground layout of this shopping center makes it easy to navigate. Choose ... More
St. Vital Centre
A change of pace from downtown shopping, the flat ground layout of this shopping center makes it easy to navigate. Choose from 160 shops and enjoy the architectural flair and commissioned artwork while you shop. Stop for a meal in a food court that sports fireplaces and a sky lit promenade. Major stores include Wal-Mart, Chapters bookstore, the Gap and Manitoba's only Disney store. It also houses the SilverCity St. Vital movie theater. The mall is about a half-hour drive from downtown. There are wheelchairs, strollers, lockers, a mall-walking program, transit schedules, and parenting washrooms.
I like everything because it's true and because i still live here don't I. I love the people and the stores! I will always stay true to CANADA, I will always stay true to MANITOBA, I will always stay true to WINNIPEG, and i will always stay true to ST.VITAL! The mall here is the best!
The exterior grounds of this mall are kept so beautiful that it makes a lovely place to park the camper and spend a weekend camping.
The grounds crew take great pride in their work and it shows, I tip my hat to roy and jeff, can you beleive that only two guys keep these grounds as nice as they are
The perimeter of St. Vital Center is beautiful. The grounds, parking lots, flowerbeds, roads and sidewalks are maintained at a level of quality not found at any other mall in Winnipeg. The crew that maintains these grounds deserve a round of applause and less litter.
for you women out there, they're single
THE FOOD AT THE FOOD COURT IS VERY GOOD. LOOKING AT ALL THE STORES WINDOWS IS FUN, I THINK HAVING A WINDOW IN EACH LITTLE SORE IS A GOOD IDEA SO PEOPLE CANN SEE WHAT IS SELLING.
I THINK THEY COULD HAVE MORE VENDING MACHINES. THE PRICES FOR THE MURCHENDICE IS A BIT EXPENSIVE.
I liked it. It reminded me of a mall from my child hood that was pretty much the biggest mall I�ve ever seen. I licked the fact that you could walk right into the food court without being stormed by water fountains and plants, although their was still a lot of plants to be seen, its because when I was little I had a bird and it got out of her cage, then flew about, and then into the air exhaust of the house I was in when I was young. I saw the pet store to and it was kind of remindful of when I was young and little.
I do not like the overuse of skylights. I fin dthere are too many and that you can be blinded at any time of day as a result. Also I find the stores to pricey and would like to see a more reasonably prices outlet introduced.
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