Queens Shopping Park is a retail park located at the northeast corner of Preston city centre in Lancashire, England. The park provides a mix of high street and discount stores, all in one easily accessible location.
Stores and Shopping Experience
The park houses a diverse range of stores and businesses. At the time of writing (August 2023), they include:
- Smyths – A leading retailer of toys, video games, children’s bikes and outdoor play equipment.
- Home Bargains – A discount store offering great value on homewares, household essentials, food & drink, health & beauty products, pet supplies and more.
- The Food Warehouse – A supermarket selling frozen foods, chilled foods, cupboard staples and general groceries at low prices.
- Aldi – German discount supermarket chain providing high-quality groceries at affordable prices.
- Costa – A popular coffeehouse chain serving barista-prepared coffee drinks and light snacks.
- The Range – A value department store with extensive home, garden and leisure products under one roof.
- Villeroy & Boch
Fusion Trampoline Park closed at the end of 2022. Home Bargains now occupy the unit.
All stores are open every day of the week.
Opening times for the stores here vary. However, most have standard hours of 9 am to 8 pm, Monday to Saturday and 10 am to 4 pm on Sundays. Individual retailer websites should be checked for exact opening times.
Queens Shopping Park – Location and Getting There
The park is centrally located on Queen Street, at the edge of Preston city centre. Its postcode is PR1 4HZ.
Facilities include a large car park. Parking is free for customers. Time restrictions and parking rules are signposted.
The park is around 1/3 mile from Preston Bus Station.
Other Retail Parks in Preston
Queens Shopping Park is one of several retail parks in the Preston area. Others are:
- Capitol Centre – A large retail and leisure park home to high street retailers, restaurants, a gym, and a cinema. Stores include TK Maxx, Next, Furniture Village, and Majestic Wines.
- Deepdale Retail Park – The largest retail park in the city with stores like Aldi, Boots, Currys, Hobbycraft, IKEA, New Look, and Oak Furnitureland.
- Fulwood Central – A compact retail and leisure park in the Fulwood area of the city.
- Riversway Retail Park – Waterfront retail park at Preston Docks. Stores here include DFS, Carpetright, Halfords, and Pets at Home.
Queens Shopping Park isn’t the largest shopping park in the city, but it is the most centrally located.