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“This mall is huge and beautiful”

intu Trafford Centre
Ranked #4 of 20 things to do in Stretford
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Britains largest indoor shopping center consists of more than 200 shops, a 1600-seat food court, a twenty screen cinema, an eighteen lane bowling alley and a huge selection of restaurants. We have SEALIFE and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre at Barton Square, the first Selfridges outside of London, a flagship Next store, John Lewis, Debenhams, M&S, plus dozens of boutique stores from L'Occitane to Lush, and from Pandora to Pink to Patisserie Valerie.
Reviewed September 22, 2017

They have everything. It's enormous. We laughter at the store that carried " US Foods"
Fruit Loops, Reese's, Jif Peanut Butter and jars of marshmallow cream. The directions said to spread on toast....I've only used during holiday season to make fudge.
This place has everything. Allot of restaurants, inexpensive clothing, fine closing shops,
recreation type area, huge food court. Something for everyone.

Thank Sonia G
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"under one roof"
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"food court"
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"free parking"
in 208 reviews
"trafford centre"
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"food hall"
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"great shopping"
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"john lewis"
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"lots of shops"
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"shopping experience"
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"great place to shop"
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"cruise ship"
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"fast food"
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"odeon cinema"
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"high street"
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"christmas shopping"
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"shopping mall"
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"plenty of places to eat"
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Reviewed September 19, 2017

The Trafford centre as a structure is very impressive with its Roma/Greek/Egyptian theme. There is an abundance of shops and the food court is extensive with literally something for everyone with the "Orient" is a central hall and is a 1,600-seat food court themed on a 1930s liner. The Orient incorporates designs from around the world including China, New Orleans, Egypt, Italy, America and Morocco as well as Pizza Hut and Wetherspoons.
Peel Avenue is the main shopping area, along with Regent Crescent and the expansion of Barton Square.
All in all its more than a few hours to get the best out of it.

Thank Big_Jeff_Leo
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Reviewed September 19, 2017

A great shopping experience at the Trafford Centre. We are fortunate we can visit during the week as weekends it is extremely busy. Great stores such as Selfridges, John Lewis , Debenhams etc. Visit the Nespresso shop for the latest in coffee. Got some real bargains at the Perfume Shop very competitive against other shops.

Thank DavidManchester107
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Reviewed September 17, 2017 via mobile

Its been a while since Ive been here but it never fails to impress especially at night time when the place is all lit up.
We went to Pandora, The Disney Store, Superdry and Lush plus many more.
The girls in Lush were amazing with my young daughter who loves this shop. They had her playing in water making bubbles with bath bombs and she was loving it. We always buy the Fun from here. And I got some treats too.
We ate at Pizza Hut as they had the buffet offer on. Just what was needed after a long fun evening shopping for my birthday.
We will be back at Christmas time.

Thank MichelleB9159
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Reviewed September 16, 2017 via mobile

The Trafford is our local shopping area, it is what it is. Always spotlessly clean, extremely safe. High street stores mixed with higher end designer stores, plenty of safe free parking, good transport links. Restaurant and bar area with lot's of choice from cheap fast food to sit down Dinner out and cocktails.
Cinema, arcade, paintball seems like Trafford Centre has it all, it's very impressive to look at and am sure many people miss the visual details from the building and Barton Arcade fountains and water features. Would love to see a Christmas Market and old fashioned fair outside the Great Hall.

Thank OllyOlly69
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