140 reviews of Trafford Centre in English
There are plenty of shops and lots of places to eat. The decor is really unique and makes for a very pleasant place to shop.
Talk about huge, you can get lost but it is very easy to find the food court, use that as your base of operations and you wont need to worry if separated from your friends. The shops, good court, bars and all superb. The trafford Centre is definately on par if not better than Lakeside or Bluewater in London
considering they have cameras they don't put them to much use i watched paranormal activity but couldn't concentrate coz of a bunch of 14 year olds running round the cinema laughing an joking not once did any1 sort them out. and the arms don't fold up either on the chairs i would just go to the cinema in manchester city centre
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The Trafford Centre is a gigantic thing full of shops. Okay, now we've got the pleasantries out of the way, on with the kicking.
Basically, the Trafford Centre is the ugliest place on Earth.
People scurry around like rats beneath some of the most ghastly decor you'll ever lay eyes on. So gaudy is it that you'll invariably go blind, leaving you with shoddy, cheap looking faux oil-paintings of cherubs as the last thing you'll ever see.
Worse still, the assembly of Greek gods and the like seem to be painted with the faces of the people who were instrumental in the building of this place. There's also vomit inducing pictures of Manchester United players, staring at you whilst you blither around with their cold, dead eyes.
It really is a grotesque eyesore which, to my mind, serves absolutely no purpose whatsoever. It's a town centre all crammed under one stinking roof.
Of course, with rent at a premium, you won't find any quirky independents here, but rather, a slurry of the same old shops you get absolutely everywhere on this godforsaken Earth.
Pointless and tacky. A towering monument to human dung.
I did not like the cinema that much. It was just too busy and packed and one of the most expensive cinema place in Manchester!It is packed with teenagers and floor is quite messy with popcorn etc..
It is not good for romantic couples or family.
I rather go to cinema in town.
But if you go shopping there, it would be good to visit.
Has to be done when in Manchester. You will need the best part of a day but well worth it.
City Centre still needs to be done also but work with the weather on this one.
Parking is not a problem but I usually use public transport for which there are great links.
Some amazing shops (Selfridges etc) and the credit card will start melting on arrival.
Great shops, huge good court, what I haven't done is the evening entertainment and cinema but will be on the list next time.
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