Crownpoint is a fairly large shopping park in Denton, Greater Manchester.

It is home to around 30 stores including branches of Boots and New Look.

The park also boasts a handful of places to eat and drink.

List of Shops

Shops and places to eat and drink at Crownpoint are:

  • Aldi – Supermarket.
  • Best Brows
  • Boots – Healthcare products and services. Instore pharmacy.
  • Card Factory – Greeting cards, wrapping, gifts, and party products.
  • CEX – Buy, sell, or exchange technology and entertainment products (phones, games, DVDs etc.).
  • Claire’s – Fashion accessories.
  • Clarks – Footwear.
  • Clintons – Cards, gifts, wrapping, party supplies etc.
  • Costa – Coffee shop.
  • EE & BT
  • Everlast Gym
  • Factory Outlet Bed & Mattress Superstore
  • Flannels – Designer clothes for men and women.
  • Footasylum – Trainers, streetwear and sportswear.
  • Frankie & Benny’s
  • Game – Video games, consoles, and accessories.
  • Greggs – Bakery.
  • Holland & Barrett – Vitamins, minerals, herbal supplements etc.
  • JD – Sports fashion and trainers.
  • McDonald’s – Burgers and fast food.
  • Nando’s – Peri-peri chicken.
  • New Look – Fashion.
  • Next – Fashion.
  • Poundland – Discount store.
  • River Island – Fashion.
  • & USC
  • Starbucks – Coffeehouse.
  • Superdrug – Healthcare, beauty, and cosmetic products.
  • The Range – Furniture, lighting, bedding, household goods, curtains etc.
  • The Works – Books, stationery, toys and games, craft supplies etc.
  • TK Maxx – Discount store offering men’s and women’s clothing, footwear, accessories, and home decor.
  • TUI Holiday Store
  • Warren James – Jewellery.

Listings were last updated on .

The Tesco Homeplus store here closed in 2015. BHS closed the following year after the company entered administration.

Opening hours vary by store, but all are open 7 days a week.

Facilities include free (time-limited) car parking for over 800 vehicles, and toilets (in M&S and McDonald’s).

Crownpoint is located on Worthington Way in Denton in Tameside, 5 miles east of Manchester city centre and next to Junction 1A of the M67 motorway. Visitors travelling by car can input the postcode M34 3JP into their satellite navigation systems.

The park has previously gone by the names Crownpoint Shopping Park and Crownpoint North


Map showing location of Crownpoint.

Map showing location of Crownpoint



Address and postcode
Worthington Way
Greater Manchester
United Kingdom
M34 3JP

Visit Crownpoint Website

Reviews and Additional Information

  1. Crown point north is excellent. I am a little biased because I live on the doorstep! Fabulous place, free parking for 3 hours, if you can’t get what you need in that time, visit again!. I love M+S Outlet, always a bargain, it’s ‘end of season’ ranges. Just bought a pair of suede boots£24.99, priced at £90.00. Nothing wrong with them, not seconds or faulty. TK Max, well organised, just look for your favourite item, all sizes sectioned neatly, ie size 10’s together, 14’s together etc. Just bought French Connection Coat, Olive colour, gorgeous, £40.00. All designer wear. You need to go regularly as stock changes frequently, love it! You can eat, cheap and cheerful in Greggs or a bit upmarket in M+S or Costa Coffee. Disabled Access is fine, my husband goes on his scooter and calls for a McDonalds on the way out! Have a look, it’s worth it. Shopping in the evening is quieter, all shops open late at holiday times. Weekend is bound to be busy so go early or late, or shop on a weekday night.

  2. Wilko and Sweat! now open at Crown Point.

  3. The car parking is not FREE as stated. I visited on 20 Dec 2012. Waited 45 min for space. I had to queue in most shops. Bought all my Christmas presents (supported all the shops) only to have a parking ticket for £80 through the post yesterday 3 Jan as I stayed over 3 hours . I had to queue in each shop as it was christmas so don’t think over 3 hours was excessive ! Any comments on this please.

    • Not being funny but if you go Christmas shopping 4 days before Christmas day there will be traffic, serious queuing and lack of car parking anywhere! The car park has a 4 hour time limit but if you enter your registration details near the reception area by the toilets and Costa (all clearly signposted) you receive further hours again free of charge.

  4. Did you know that crown point north used to be a hat factory? It exploded in 1903 killing 13 people and injuring many. The explosion was caused by a dye used in the hat making process.

    • The actual date was Monday 14 January 1901 at 11.00 am (another source states 10:35am). I worked on the bottom floor of the mill for a haulage company for many years.


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