Patrick Henry Mall is a shopping mall in Newport News, Virginia. It is located on Interstate 64 Westbound and Jefferson Ave at exit 255A. Patrick Henry Mall, which is named after Patrick Henry, opened as the Peninsula area's third enclosed regional mall in 1987 after Coliseum Mall in Hampton 15 years earlier in 1973; (Newmarket North Mall, which has since closed, opened in 1975). The mall is shaped as a compass with Macy's in the north, JCPenney in the east, Dillard's at the south, and in the west wing is Hampton Roads' first in-mall lifestyle area including Dick's, Borders, and Red Robin, opened in 2006 during a mall-wide renovation.
Since the redevelopment of Coliseum Mall into the Peninsula Town Center, Patrick Henry Mall is the only enclosed mall between Richmond's Regency Square and Norfolk's Gallery at Military Circle. Since 2003, along with the New River Valley Mall near Virginia Tech, it is one of two Virginia malls owned by the Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust or PREIT.
Patrick Henry Mall's slogan is, "The Best Shopping in the Peninsula."