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What American Girl Stores Are Still Open (2024)

Here's a list of all the American Girl stores that are still open/have not been announced to close:

  • Charlotte, NC (SouthPark Mall)

  • Chicago, IL (Michigan Avenue)

  • Dallas, TX (The Galleria, moving to The Shops at Park Lane)

  • Los Angeles, CA (Century City Mall)

  • Franklin, TN (marketed as Nashville: CoolSprings Galleria)

  • New York City (Rockefeller Plaza)

  • Orlando, FL (The Florida Mall)

  • McLean, VA (marketed as Washington DC: Tyson Corner)

What store is closest to you?

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King George
King George
4 days ago

This has been a one of the reasons why I went to one in 2024.

I wanted to check some out on time.

With so many people shopping online, physical stores are at risk of shuttering.

Since things like Amazon became popular online, stores like Toys R Us went bankrupt and closed locations.

American Girl is not exempt from this problem.

With economic inflation going on, more people are less able to afford things including gas, leaving them home shopping online.

That’s called the retail apocalypse, which started in 2008 and was amplified since COVID-19.

It’s a reminder we need to get back to physical shopping and be more generous about it.

What’s worse is that without the stores, the…

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I hate that the stores are closing. I know most people are starting to order online, but one of the best parts about the store is the in-house experience. The boutique and bistro setting is phenomenal and even the way it is set up like a mini museum. To be honest it was even more like a museum when it first opened. Though it was greatly downgraded since then, I still enjoy going to the store and seeing all the dolls together and ordering foods from their times. Such a shame.

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that is soo true anime stories

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I realize this comment is completely off topic from the post it’s attached to, but I want some honest opinions. I have room for one more American Girl doll in my house. One. And I won’t be moving any time soon. I‘m really torn, as you might be able to imagine. I want a historical doll, and Im old school. I like the older American Girls best. I have the OG six and Kit. I’ve never had much interest in Kaya, but I’m beginning to have more since I believe she was the last character at least conceived while the company was being bought by Mattel. What do you guys honestly think?

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Go for Claudie! She's beautiful but still looks 9 or 10. Super cute!

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julie
julie
Dec 02, 2023

I'm so sad that the San Fransisco one is closed! I got my first doll there, and it has a lot on memories. Although, my family and I travel a lot over the states, so I've been to almost all of them before they started closing. And thanks to you posting about, I went to the San Fransisco one right before it closed. Thank you so much because if I hadn't known, I wouldn't have gotten that last chance to go.

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julie
julie
Dec 02, 2023
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Although, I just went to the Los Angles store a couple of weeks ago, and it was so cute! They really did a good job with the design, but it does feel smaller than it was at The Grove though.

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I’m so sad that the Miami one closed because I got my first AG doll thair!☺️🤬


PS (The AG sore I go to is Charlotte, NC aka South Park mall)

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