We’ve come up with a list of things to do in and around Newcastle if you love to shop, and you’ll be pleased with what we’ve come up with. Read on to find your ideal shopping destination below!
Intu Eldon Square Shopping Centre
This shopping centre has undergone an impressive refurbishment and boasts a rooftop terrace as well as late opening hours and some tempting places to eat.
You’ll find the Monument Mall in the centre of Newcastle, and following a massive refurbishment it’s now open with an impressive selection of stores. It has a fascinating history and you’ll enjoy traversing this historically fascinating area, admire its architecture as well as enjoy all their stores have to offer.
The Intu Metrocentre houses restaurants, a leisure centre and of course – shops. There are over 300 of them with major department stores taking centre stage. You can get easy as there are good transport links whether it’s by train or car. There’s a cinema, bowling alley, dodgems and plenty of places to stop for a drink and something to eat.
Eldon Square John Lewis
This shopping area has a strong history and the building dates back to the 19th century. There are 4 floors of fashion, homeware, beauty and technology, so there’s something for everyone. There’s The Beauty Retreat where you can relax and unwind and you can also have a personal stylist service where you can have advice in comfort from a professional.
Fenwick is Newcastle’s jewel in the crown of shops, and with 5 floors and every label and accessory you can think of as well as top label fashions, you’re in for a treat. There’s a large beauty hall with some of the top makeup ranges in the world and as well as that you can indulge your senses with the food hall and wine hall. Then why not relax in the Mediterranean bar and eat at the Fuego restaurant.
A covered marketplace with fresh produce, ranging from meat to fish and plenty of local fruit and veg. You’ll also find the uniquely titled Marks and Spencer Original Penny Bazaar. There are other stores too, selling such things as books, CDs, clothes, shoes and plants. There’s an art and crafts market on the 2nd Saturday of every month and you’ll find there’s also some specialist food and coffee here too.
Royal Quays Outlet
The Royal opened in the mid-nineties and has over 50 shops with 60% off the price you’d pay on the high street. There are plenty of different brands, places to stop and eat, entertainment and live acts to enjoy.
A busy market inside Tynemouth Station with free entry to busy markets all weekend and every weekend selling products as diverse as you can imagine from antiques to jewellery. Every 3rd Saturday there’s local fresh produce. There’ll be art and cultural events as well as exhibitions supported by local arts councils and other art bodies.
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