Meadowhall Shopping Centre
Meadowhall Shopping Centre
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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  • Tiana
    Sheffield, United Kingdom2 contributions
    Good shop
    Meadowhall shopping centre is a great place for shopping. First of all, there are lots, i mean lots of shops to buy from and they sell lots of things. I think Meadowhall shopping centre can get really busy always, however it is really fun to shop from. As for the size, your feet should eventually ache by an hour, but this doesn’t usually matter. I usually spend a fortune here because of the selection of shops. If you are okay with crowds and walking for ages then this is for you. Xx
    Visited May 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written June 17, 2023
  • Granddad Iain
    Ormiston, United Kingdom106 contributions
    Take your glasses, the signage is small writing.
    Our first visit and we were pleased with the selection of shops and found what we went in for. The signage is small and you have to get close to read it. It was a bit hot and stuffy but not bad enough to have to bale out.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written June 19, 2023
  • Hannah C
    Sheffield, United Kingdom41 contributions
    Less busy during weekdays
    Visit here all the time for shopping. Lovely shopping mall. Has every shop you'll need. Food court has lots of different venues to choose from. It gets busy evenings and weekends though. Has a vue cinema there which do great deals on seats. Accessible toilets around the mall. A good place to go shopping. Easy to get to via trains, trams and buses. Love going during mid week as less busy. Can get claustrophobic when busy
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 11, 2023
  • S L
    3 contributions
    Go later to avoid the queues and mass crowds
    We arrived by train,train line drop off just outside,couldn't be easier.. We arrived at approx 5pm after spending day in Sheffield.. Went to the food court and can highly recommend the Yangtze Chinese box meals...delicious... It was busy but still quieter than I have experienced before being later in the day...and wasn't closing until 9pm (FRIDAY)
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written July 15, 2023
  • Alicia A
    2 contributions
    Outstanding customer service
    I would like to say how wonderful your employee Rimshah Hussain was at H@M, meadowhall. She made my shopping trip that extra special going over and beyond to please me and make sure my shopping trip in store was a great experience. I can't thank her enough. An absolute asset to your company, she deserves all the luck and success ok in the world. Such a wonderful person through and through, so very professional and I great lady to have onboard your team. Thank you Rimshah was being a total gem. Alicia Xx
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written July 20, 2023
  • bulldog19
    Port Talbot, United Kingdom542 contributions
    Excellent! Highly recommend
    Excellent shopping centre, usual chain stores but quite a lot of independent stores as well. Genuine savings as well, saw 50% off in Barbour, big savings on other designers as well. Good amount of places to eat, very easy to access and park, go to a lot of shopping centres around the uk and this matches any of the others i been to, highly recommended
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written July 25, 2023
  • William Evans
    Lincoln, United Kingdom9 contributions
    amazing mall
    this mall has everything. free parking, clothes shops, food, a railway station with trams, an arcade and even a Lindt shop. great for place to bring kids on a shopping adventure. i have nothing else to say because i love this place.
    Visited February 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written November 6, 2023
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Katie
4 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
Went to return an item to Zara on my day off, waited in the queue for 15 mins just outside of the barrier when a security guard came and asked me to move on, I pointed out I had queued for 15 mins already and his response was ‘this is Meadowhall now, if you don’t like it...’. I decided to go for a walk as there was a load of people hovering and waiting for a spot within the barrier. I came back to find the queue twice as long and way beyond the barrier. I understand it is difficult times and this was an issue when Meadowhall first reopened, so why months later has it Not been addressed and a better system organised?? I spoke to a women who had attempted four times to come to Meadowhall and return something to Zara. Rather than a well organised queue it is a free for all with people hovering waiting to jump in. So never returned it and not sure when I will get another chance to, wasted journey.
Written September 28, 2020
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SilasJLees
24 contributions
Oct 2020 • Couples
Absolutely disgraceful service at the Apple Store with staff deliberately discriminating against us for not wearing a face mask - this despite wearing a sunflower lanyard (indicating hidden disability) and showing the appropriate medical exemption.

Staff took it one step further and humiliated us in front of a line of other customers by refusing entry even though it was late in the day and hardly any shoppers were present in the store. They further took our temperatures by waving a device in our faces without our consent.

Their conduct is contrary to the disability discrimination act and we shall be taking further action against the manager and staff members concerned for their inappropriate and highly offensive behaviour. Staff ought to note where grounds of discrimination are present, it is the individual and not the company that is liable.

Quite honestly, an appalling level of service and one where staff and management alike ought to be hanging their heads in shame at their conduct this evening.
Written October 3, 2020
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Soggy_Moggy
Derbyshire, UK110 contributions
Jul 2023
Firstly, I didn't go to shop and may have been happier had I been on a shopping outing. But I doubt it, due to the overall poor accessibility. The lift at Meadowhall Interchange was out of order, awaiting a part, and that meant a long walk round, via the tram terminus, up ramps and along an overhead walkway just to get back to where the lift should have dropped me. As I went past, I saw two women with toddlers in pushchairs going down the stairs rather than walking round like I had had to do, and I accuse Meadowhall Interchange of being disinterested and less than safety conscious.

When I finally reached the shopping mall, it was to find myself on the upper level, with my access blocked by the lack of a lift and just an escalator going down to ground level. I entered through M&S, noting exorbitant prices (but M&S always was dear), after which I endured a half hour of walking to reach a lift. On my way back I discovered there is a system of hidden lifts, very discretely signposted. Nowhere does it advise 'Lift,' and one must look out for the wheelchair symbol on the overhead signs.

I was heading for The Oasis, to meet a family friend who had agreed to help me set up a laptop. We met in Wetherspoons. I had checked On-line for prices before I went and it may be the case that the On-line information was out of date, or else the branch in Meadowhall charges Meadowhall prices. In Meadowhall at least, Wetherspoons is no longer an inexpensive eatery. They do try to cater for those with limited funds by offering 'small' meals, but that's not really Wetherspoons in my opinion. However, the food was nice and I got done what I had gone there for, with nobody objecting to the laptop on the table.

I was shattered by the time I reached the bus station and hope that I don't ever need to visit Meadowhall again.
Written July 6, 2023
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Paul175T
Selby, UK2,678 contributions
Dec 2021 • Couples
Parking is always easy, whole centre is very clean with a huge range of shops and variety of restaurants. The new Flannels shop is particularly impressive. I did however have an issue with the amount of people not wearing masks bearing in mind we are in the middle of a pandemic and that mask wearing is law unless you have medical exemption. As you enter the centre there are small posters telling everyone to wear masks but this is simply ignored. There were no PA announcements nor further posters, nor security staff enforcing the rule. Whilst I was waiting for my girlfriend to come out of a shop I counted people coming down the escalator (sad I know!) and out of 100 people 36 weren’t wearing masks (this didn’t include children). So, if you fancy catching covid I would definitely recommend MeadowHell as a great place to go!
Written December 22, 2021
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Aaron James
Oxford, UK62 contributions
Aug 2020 • Couples
I was disappointed during my visit to Meadowhall to find it much too crowded unappealing. I found that some areas are dark and unattractive and could do with some fresh air to lighten them up. This was especially true with the food court. Some good brands here with friendly staff, however, when considering Levi's and Topman.
Written December 25, 2020
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StewHWolves
United Kingdom61 contributions
Sep 2020
We have not been to Meadow hall since last christmas so this was our first time in the current covid situation. One Entrance door into Next with hand sanitizer available and face masks have to be worn at all times during shopping in the centre. Social distance aspects inside are very well set out with a one way system all the way round the centre. We went early morning so the centre was not busy and we did feel able to walk around safely.
I would have liked to see more staff monitoring how people were wearing their masks as did see a lot of people with them below their noses. Very impressed with the Greggs social distance process with extra areas to wait and a staff member letting us know when to go up to the counter. Some of the small shops such as The Works could do more to social distance.
Written October 16, 2020
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kimbala29
25 contributions
Aug 2020
Great selection of shops. However, the shopping experience is not geared up for older people. There isn’t anywhere to sit down, except for eateries. The shops have poor air conditioning, so it is unnaturally hot. These large, outdated shopping malls need better policing. This shopping centre has never quite hit the mark for some reason. It is too crowded, and has a hostile atmosphere.
Written August 31, 2020
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Natalie Headlam
Leeds, UK33 contributions
Jan 2020 • Friends
I visited Meadowhall with some friends to attend its Sessions Soap Making masterclass. The Workshop was fantastic - great value for money at £10 per person, I walked away with five gorgeous looking and smelling soaps. A really fun activity. Meadowhall itself was very clean and premium looking, had a great choice of shops and activities - Rock Up etc. We also ate at Three Joes pizzeria after which was awesome. Great decor, atmosphere and food! Would defo visit Meadowhall again!
Written January 30, 2020
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SN88
Sheffield, UK107 contributions
Feb 2020
Living locally I visit Meadowhall often. Really convenient for shopping with free parking. The recent renovations have really lifted the centre and given it a much needed lift to look and feel more modern. Some of the shops have difficulty maintaining a comfortable temperature- they feel very warm and uncomfortable.
Written February 8, 2020
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Teacake_Taster
Chesterfield, UK1,064 contributions
Sep 2020
To be honest I am a Bluewater kind of guy but Meadowhall isn’t far off, certainly more Kent than Essex. Anyway, last time we visited there was a one way system in place, lots of warnings, hand sanitiser and everyone wearing masks. I say everyone but actually most people. I would have sympathy for them but the I saw a lady with an oxygen bottle struggling round with her mask on as best she could. There were some people walking about with their noses poking out, but as a friend pointed out, that’s as useful as putting a condom on your b**ls. The one way system is tricky, especially around the escalators but what’s so difficult about keep left? Obviously too difficulties for some people to understand. Frequent messages seemed to be broadcast about COVID, or at least I guessed that’s what they were about as it sounded like the guy was in a washing machine.
Anyway, I thought it was really safe, visited quite a few shops, made some purchases (my best a half price jumper from White Stuff) and even had a coffee at an excellent restaurant on the ground floor below House of Fraser.
Still the same easy access and parking, and all the rest.
Written September 24, 2020
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