Home to Salford’s largest regeneration plans, the Salford Quays is Greater Manchester’s exceptional waterfront destination excelling in retail, culture, media, technology and transport.
A budding tourist attraction, Salford Quays takes full advantage of its position by the waterfront and Greater Manchester’s history. Manchester City Centre allows customers to enjoy the vast of the city sailing down The Manchester Ship Canal and River Irwell to connect with the Salford Quays.
Manchester’s only outlet mall with 85 stores on two floors, with up to 60% off designer shopping all year round. Discount retailers include famous names for clothing such as Whistles and Flannels as well as homeware and cosmetic companies. After your shopping unwind at the 400-seat food court with restaurants and cafes. The centre also has a health and fitness centre and a seven-screen cinema.
IMAGE: Helly Hansen Watersports Centre
The contemporary area is booming with entertainment activities from theatre and cinema to sport and museums. The Helly Hansen Watersports Centre at The Quays is a unique sporting venue which is well placed and perfect for taking to the water.
The Lowry is a celebration of the arts, embracing local talent through a diverse programme of theatre, opera, musicals, dance, music, comedy and visual art.
Salford Quay’s is home to MediaCityUK, Manchester’s international hub for technology, innovative and creativity. Featuring companies such as BBC, ITV, Kellogg’s and Ericsson the 200-acre mixed-use property development, is a focal point for nurturing the best talent and host to a wide variety of leisure activities on the bank of the Manchester Ship Canal.
As part of the £800m Salford Quays 2020 Masterplan, Salford Quays is set to welcome its tallest tower yet, along with two flagship towers and 628 car parking spaces.
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