Woodland Hills Mall

Waldand-Hills Shopping Centre

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The Woodland Hills Mall is a 1+ million sq. m. supra-regional mall in 7021 S. Memorial Drive in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. Initially designed by the Homart Development Company[1], it opened in August 1976[3] Today it is part of the Simon Property Group. The Woodland Hills Mall has 165 specialist stores and restuarants, 80 of which are unparalleled in the Tulsa region.

There are four major entranceways to Woodland Hills Mall, each of them has its own tree name. These are Maple in the south-east, Acorn in the south-west, Redbud in the north-east, and Pinecone in the north-west. There are many conveniences in the shopping centre, both free of charge and for a fee. There is a merry-go-round, an fish tank next to the lift (maintained by Ultimate Reefs of Tulsa), free Wi-Fi and a children's playground.

The Kiddie Kruzzer prams are for the lower Redbud plane entry (near Sears) and Pinecone top plane entry (near Macy's). There is also a shopping centre with car parks, which include dedicated veteran and service area. We have 10 of these car parks in 5 different places. They are located at the four major entry points and near the JCPenney and Macy'sentries.

The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority (short Tulsa Transit) runs two buses from Woodland Hills Mall, the 318 and 471, 6 working Saturdays (Monday-Saturday) and a restricted Sunday services on line 880. There is a stop for all lines at the Redbud entry, between Sears and Dillard's.

JCPenney, Dillard's (formerly John A. Brown, since 1984 Dillard's), Macy's (formerly Foley's, since 2006 Macy's) and Sears anchor the shopping centre.

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