Morgantown Mall has about 70 stores and 5 eateries. Many of the stores are aimed at young adult clothing (probably because Morgantown is a university town).
The anchor stores are: Sear's, Waldenbooks, Aeropostale, Gadzooks, Hibbett, Penney's, Hallmark, PayLess, Victoria's Secret.
Like most malls, this one provides special events in the way of mall-wide sales or double coupon days or in-the-mall entertainment, and holiday visits from Santa and the Easter Bunny.
There are also beauty salons and photographers.
There is a multiple-screen movie theater next door to the mall.
My wife requires at least one mall day for every three days of vacation. Morgantown Mall was that day for us.
Every time I visit Morgantown, I make a stop at Appalachian Art Gallery just to see what's new. They have a ecclectic array of West Virginian's artwork ranging from blown glass, pottery, paintings, jewelry, and children's puppets. Plus there's a framing shop, so you can have your favorite paintings, photos, momentos framed. Put it on your list of places to visit next time you find yourself in Morgantown!
What to buy: Hand-made children's puppets
What to pay: depending on size, prices beginning around $20.00 upwards
Talbotts advertises themselves as the first name in classic clothing. I have occasionally bought things from their catalgue, but they also have shopping on line and in retail stores.
What to buy: In addition to Talbot's, there was a Shop N Save, and a Hallmark store in this shopping center.