Disney store closing list: Here are the locations going out of business

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More Disney stores will be closing as the company completes the latest round of its retail store closures this September.

In March, Disney announced its plans to shutter at least 60 brick-and-mortar locations in 2021 — about a third of its stores in North America. So far, Disney has closed 38 of its retail stores around the U.S. as the company adjusts to consumers’ changing shopping habits amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

By mid-September,  the next group of shutdowns should be complete, USA Today reports, and after this round of closures, only about two dozen stores will remain.

The closures do not include the hundreds of stores inside of Disney parks or the Disney shops within Target stores.


Disney Retail Shifting to Online Shopping

The closures come as Disney plans to shift its retail business focus to more e-commerce.

“While consumer behavior has shifted toward online shopping, the global pandemic has changed what consumers expect from a retailer,” said Stephanie Young, Disney’s president of consumer products, games and publishing, in a press release in March. “Over the past few years, we’ve been focused on meeting consumers where they are already spending their time, such as the expansion of Disney store shop-in-shops around the world. We now plan to create a more flexible, interconnected e-commerce experience that gives consumers easy access to unique, high-quality products across all our franchises.”

With the closure of these stores, Disney said it plans to emphasize a more personalized online shopping experience through a revitalized shopDisney platform. In addition to adding new and improved merchandise, Disney plans to boost integration between its e-commerce experience, theme parks and social media platforms.

Disney’s retail stores were designed to provide shoppers with the opportunity to experience a little of the magic of the Disney theme parks closer to home. Fans can find everything from toys and stuffed animals featuring their favorite Disney characters to clothing and home goods.

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Which Disney Stores Are Closing?

Disney has not released a comprehensive list of stores closing this fall, but USA Today shared a list of stores scheduled to close on or before Sept. 15, 2021, based on the Disney store locator — which customers can visit to check a local store’s status.

According to USA Today, the stores closing in September are in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Washington.

These are the Disney store locations that permanently closed as of March 23:


  • Chandler: Chandler Fashion Center, 3111 W Chandler Blvd.
  • Glendale: Arrowhead Towne Center, 7700 W Arrowhead Towne Center
  • Scottsdale: Scottsdale Fashion Square, 7014-2216 East Camelback Road


  • Arcadia: Westfield Santa Anita, 1400 South Baldwin Ave.
  • Mission Viejo: The Shops at Mission Viejo, 555 Shops at Mission Viejo Drive
  • Montclair: Montclair Plaza, 5060 East Montclair Plaza Lane
  • Montebello: The Shops at Montebello, 2134 Montebello Town Center
  • Roseville: Westfield Galleria at Roseville, 1151 Galleria Blvd.
  • Salinas: Northridge Mall, 720 Northridge Mall
  • San Diego: Fashion Valley Mall, 7007 Friar Road
  • San Jose: Oakridge Mall, 925 Blossom Hill Road
  • Santa Monica: Santa Monica Place, 395 Santa Monica Place


  • Broomfield: FlatIron Crossing, 1 West Flatiron Crossing Drive


  • Miami: Aventura Mall, 19575 Biscayne Blvd.
  • Tampa: International Plaza, 32223 NW Shore Blvd.


  • Chicago: State Street, 108 North State Street
  • Rosemont: Fashion Outlets of Chicago, 5220 Fashion Outlets Way


  • Indianapolis: Castleton Square, 6020 East 82nd St.
  • Merrillville: Southlake Mall, 2144 Southlake Mall


  • Overland Park: Oak Park Mall, 11447 West 95th St.


  • Baltimore: White Marsh Mall, 8200 Perry Hall Blvd.
  • Hanover: Arundel Mills, 7000 Arundel Mills Circle


  • St. Louis: St. Louis Galleria, 1155 Saint Louis Galleria

New Jersey

  • Freehold: Freehold Raceway Mall, 3710 Route 9

New York

  • Riverhead: Tanger Outlets Riverhead, 1770 West Main Street
  • Staten Island: Staten Island Mall, 2655 Richmond Ave.


  • North Olmsted: Great Northern Mall, 564 Great Northern Mall


  • Portland: Clackamas Town Center, 12000 Southeast 82nd Ave.


  • Pittsburgh: South Hills Village, 421 South Hills Village
  • Springfield: Springfield Mall, 1250 Baltimore Pike


  • Knoxville: West Town Mall, 7600 Kingston Pike


  • El Paso: Cielo Vista Mall, 8401 Gateway Boulevard West
  • Houston: Memorial City, 303 Memorial City Way
  • Houston: Willowbrook Mall, 2000 Willowbrook Mall
  • Laredo: Mall Del Norteo, 5300 San Dario Ave.
  • San Antonio: Ingram Park Mall, 6301 Northwest Loop 410
  • San Antonio: North Star Mall, 7400 San Pedro Ave.
  • San Antonio: Rivercenter Mall, 849 East Commerce Street

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Marie Rossiter

Marie is a freelance writer and content creator with more than 20 years of experience in journalism. She lives in southwest Ohio with her husband and is almost a full-fledged empty nest mom of two daughters. She loves music, reading, word games, and Walt Disney World. You can find her writing about her personal health journey at and connect with her at More.

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