The Manchester Arndale, known as the Arndale Centre to many locals, is one of the biggest shopping centres in the UK.
Over 200 stores are spread over two levels. The centre is completely covered and boasts three large squares; Winter Garden, Exchange Court, and Halle Square.
Large stores here include Aldi, Argos, Boots, Next, Scotts, Sports Direct, TK Maxx, Wilko, and WHSmith.
The Arndale Market is located on the eastern side of the centre. It is divided into two sections; food/restaurants and non-food.
The food market offers a butchers, greengrocer, and fishmongers. Small eateries and deli counters offer dishes from all around the world.
The non-food area of the market features a wide variety of stalls selling products such as shoes, clothes, electrical goods, beauty products, mobile phones, bags, jewellery, and cards. Services like shoe repairs, key cutting, computer repairs, manicures, pedicures, and hairdressing are also available.
Facilities at the centre include toilets, baby changing areas, cash machines, a customer information desk, prayer room, free WiFi, free phone charging stations, and lifts. A Shopmobility scheme is available.
Manchester Arndale is open seven days a week.
The Arndale enjoys a prominent location in Manchester city centre, bounded by Corporation Street, Withy Grove, High Street and Market Street.
Visitor travelling by car and using satellite navigation systems should note that the postcode to use for the Manchester Arndale is M4 1AZ.
The NCP Manchester Arndale car park offers around 1400 spaces and is open 24 hours. The NCP Printworks car park (at Shudehill Interchange) is also nearby.
Shoppers arriving at Manchester Victoria Train Station can walk to the Arndale in just a couple of minutes. Manchester Piccadilly is around half-a-mile away. Free Metroshuttle buses leave from Piccadilly every few minutes and call at the Arndale and other locations around the city centre.