Where are your Crayola themed retail stores located

Our CRAYOLA themed retail stores are located in Easton, Pennsylvania; Orlando, Florida; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Kansas City, Missouri; Plano, Texas; and Chandler, Arizona. We have six Crayola Store locations! The first is located inside our tour center building in Easton, Pennsylvania on the first floor. A visit to The Crayola Store is a must for those finishing their tour of The Crayola Experience. This store is open during regular Crayola Experience operating hours. Admission to the Crayola Experience is not necessary for shopping at the Crayola Store. For more information, call 610.515.8000. The second is located in our Orlando, Florida tour center, right inside The Florida Mall! This store is open during regular Crayola Experience operating hours. Admission to the Crayola Experience is not necessary for shopping at the Crayola Store. For more information, call 407.7571700. The third is located in our Minneapolis, Minnesota tour center, right inside The Mall of America! It’s the only place in the world where the magic of Crayola comes to life. This store is open during regular Crayola Experience operating hours. Admission to the Crayola Experience is not necessary for shopping at the Crayola Store. For more information, call 952.851.5800. The fourth is located in our Plano, Texas tour center. This store is open during regular Crayola Experience operating hours. Admission to the Crayola Experience is not necessary for shopping at the Crayola Store. For more information, call 469.642.2901. The fifth is located in Chandler, Arizona. This store is open during regular Crayola Experience operating hours. For more information, call 6025815370. The Crayola retail store is located at the Hallmark Crown Center in Kansas City, Missouri. The Crayola store is owned and operated by Crown Center. For additional information, please contact our parent company, Hallmark Cards, Inc. by calling 816.398.4820 or 816.274.7500 Central Time. You can also visit them on the Internet at http://​www​.hall​mark​.com. If you’re not located near any of the above stores, Cray​ola​.ca offers convenient online shopping with a variety of items.
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