I always like strolling through this place. It's fun seeing the tacky stores on my way to the train. Also good for staying out of the rain/snow/heat/cold.
Avoid using the restroom at all costs
Convenient mall. Free wifi😃
Step back into the 1980s. This is the mall mentioned in song for The Fresh Prince of Bellaire. The food court is still there, but the mall part is mostly gone.
coolest place ever.
Don't buy oil from the oil vendors walking around, it will make your skin breakout. Just buy them from the stands.
The worst ghetto place in philly. Very unfriendly security. Not cell phone friendly. Barely stuff to buy. Not doing it anymore.
This place is ghetto fabulous but people love it here!
The classical music that plays in the mall kills me. Frasier tunes for a Tyler Perry audience.
The gallery is cool but you do got a lot of young kids down here especially teenagers that hang down here all the time and have nothing else to do. it's like a hang out for them.
Ghetto as all hell. If you have extra time and money just go to deptford or king of Prussia. Never come here.
Bourbon Street Cafe is so good, but those employees have to learn how to take a fuckin compliment. They always look like somebody just died.
What an interesting place.
Worst mall ever.
Don't eat in the food court. Take your food with you and enjoy the city. Ignore any homeless people asking for change. Be sure to Purell after you leave.
Guess you know when all your options has failed once you decided to shop here
Ratchet, however, nice food court fast good selection
The most horrid of malls (if you would call it that) probably in a 3 state radius
This mall is so scary, they sell mace in the Hallmark Store
This mall is for those who cannot go anywhere else. For that reason the stores and the clientele are equally horrible.
The food at the Food Court is fine but you might want to take it to go .
If you've got an entire day to kill and want to shop, be sure to get here during the day. The Gallery closes really early!
Free wifi only near McDonalds and Starbaks
Just make sure when you go there to hit the top section, which is where five below, burlington coat factory, payless and old navy. That's my fav.
The people who work here are extremely rude and ignorant. Only a few exceptions. Unacceotable
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Don't even think to stop walking in the middle of the walkways. Just go from store to store. You'll be safe (at least on weekdays).
Despite ducking & hiding from all things ghetto, this mall is convenient. Be prepared for some scary customer service or people, but its a good place to find good deals & good eats on the lunch break.
it's the Gallery, what can I say? lol
Fye is good here a lot to find
Old building and a lot of unfashionable things are sold on stores.
This place wreaks of poverty, section 8, & public school failure. Use the bathrooms if you enjoy little crabs crawling around your pubes. :-)
I hate all the people but I like to walk around, especially if I have to wait for a train for 30 minutes or so.
Tough crowd and some people tend to be rude. Places like Gamestop and FYE have nice employees that are friendly.
Mostly old people, the homeless, and rowdy teenagers. Not many good stores. Can't go a block near The Gallery without some one asking you to pay for their "train fare". Pretty depressing place.
Get in, get wht u need & get out fast!!!
Deal with the lack of classy and fashionable stores, and the prevalence of homeless people and belligerent teenagers.
MEET FRIENDS AT THE FOOD COURT/ models is awesome
The ghettoest mall. Go here only out of necessity, not choice.
Shop at five below if your awesome !
Be sure to stop by their welcome center on the lower level for mall maps, coupons, and info about Philadelphia!
watch out for the youngsters in khaki pants. They are in high school.
Stop and see if they have free samples when shopping. That's fun.
Get lost in their maze of escalators.
listen to the fact that it's new wave and 80s college radio classics music piped in at the gallery--and laugh