Rochdale has a wide variety of shops, restaurants and pubs to explore. Shopping centres are the best place to go for those who love exploring new places as they have everything from clothes to furniture.
In this article, we’re going to be looking at some of the best shopping centres in Rochdale that you can visit on your holidays or weekends away from home.
If you’re looking for places to get your shopping fix, these are the best spots in Rochdale. Whether you want to hit up high-end designer labels or just need a new pair of jeans, there’s something here for everyone. So check out this list and get ready to shop!
- ) Trinity Square Fashion Outlet Centre
Trinity Square Fashion Outlet Centre features high-street brands like Topshop, River Island and H&M – there’s also an Adidas outlet store too! This is perfect if you want something mid-priced but stylish. It’s located near Manchester Airport so it’ll only take you about 20 minutes by car or 30 minutes by public
2.) Rochdale Town Centre Shopping Centre
The best place to start is the town centre. The key part of this shopping mall are Marks & Spencers, Debenhams, New Look, Topshop and Primark. Plus loads more shops selling nearly everything you could ever need, including a good-sized food court at the back. There’s also an entrance to Market Walk which has even more shops in it.
2) Norton Grande Shopping Outlet
This is by far a favourite out of all the malls around the city. It’s also located right next to Rochdale town centre, so it’s pretty easy to get down there. It’s got loads of shops selling all sorts of things including Nike Factory Store, Adams, BHS and Game. There’s also a vast amount of shoe shops which is always good for shoe lovers.
3) Intu Rochdale Shopping Centre
This one is the smallest of them all but it still has some good stores in there like Next Home, Primark, EE Store , New Look and Journeys. I wouldn’t recommend going out of your way to go here because it can get really busy at certain times, but it has the most popular brands in there, so there’s not much wrong with that!
4) Market Walk Outlet Village
I’ve actually never been to this place before, but I’ve heard quite a few people say it’s pretty good. It’s another outlet village, so don’t expect it to be like your normal shopping Centre, but if you’re looking for some discounts, this is definitely the place for you!
5) Broadway Shopping Centre
I’ve also never been to this one, but I’m sure it would be a great place to go if you want some bargains. The only bit of information that I can give you is that there are quite a few shoe shops in here and they sell all sorts of brands, David Shaw shoes being one of them.
6) Rochdale Station Retail Park
If none of these places appeal to you (or if they’re all full) then my final destination of choice would be this retail park on the side of the train station. It’s got a lot of shops selling all sorts from clothes to food. I don’t really shop there too much, but it is a good place if you’re just going out for a little walk and want to pop into some shops on your way back home.
Whether you are looking for a place to spend the day with your family, need some retail therapy or just want to have lunch out of the office, there is something for everyone in Rochdale. We hope this guide has helped make it easier and less stressful when planning your next trip! Let us know what we can do to help you find more success in your shopping experience.