There are a number of fabulous shopping opportunities in Warwickshire and the surrounding area...
A luxury outlet shopping village, Bicester is famous for designer brands and is a relaxed shopping haven in the middle of the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, adjacent to Shakespeare’s England.
Gucci, Prada, Hugo Boss, Dior, D&G and Jimmy Choo are among some of the international brands you will find at Bicester Village all showcased in wide spacious boulevards. For dedicated followers of fashion, this is shopping paradise!
Resorts World Birmingham
Explore the endless possibilities of Resorts World Birmingham. From 50 outlet stores and 18 stylish bars and restaurants to an 11 screen cinema and Casino.From famous brands to the latest names, you will experience a world of style and bargains at Resorts World Birmingham.
From big name stores to individual shops you’ll be spoilt for choice by Stratford-upon-Avon’s array of shops, it’s a shopper’s paradise. Whether you’re treating yourself to something new or buying a gift for someone special, the Department stores offer a wide range of choice under one roof, whilst big name Clothing and Shoe, Health and Beauty, Toys and Stationery, and Home stores sit alongside a marvellous selection of small independent shops, unique to Stratford-upon-Avon. The town centre is compact and easily walkable.
If you enjoy cooking with the very best ingredients, then you can’t beat the fresh local produce on offer at the Farmers Market, held twice a month. Remember to sample many of the locally produced foods on offer!
Shopping in Warwick is a friendly and memorable experience with something for all ages. Warwick provides a relaxed environment with everything you need for a day of shopping. Home to many independent shops, the town is a glow with charm and character.
Smith Street is the oldest shopping street in Warwick and is located between the Castle and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum at St. Johns. Market Place forms the heart of the town centre with a variety of shops. The Market Square hosts numerous events throughout the year and is the home of the Charter Market held every Saturday and the popular Farmers' Market which takes place on the third Friday of every month. Swan Street is a regular hive of activity and the surrounding streets showcase good quality shopping.
Kenilworth has a variety of shops to satisfy the shopaholic, with a combination of independent shops and a wealth of well known high street brands. Come rain or shine Kenilworth Market takes place at the front of Abbey End each Thursday throughout the year. The market continues a long tradition of markets in the area and is well served with parking at the rear of the shop.
Home to a mix of shops selling clothing, shoes, handbags and home-ware, toys, sweets, and fruit and vegetables, as well as a fine selection of arts and crafts and gift shops selling jewellery, artworks and pottery. Kenilworth is a great destination for an afternoon of shopping delight!
Royal Leamington Spa
With an unrivalled selection of specialist boutiques and major high-street stores, Royal Leamington Spa is a shopping experience not to be missed. Georgian and Edwardian architecture and expansive, award-winning parks provide a sophisticated backdrop to this Regency shopping paradise. Often described as ‘the best bits of London, all in a ten-minute walk’,Leamington town centre combines a treasure-trove of independent, specialist boutiques with all the national high street shops.
Whether you're after one-off pieces or household names, the town has a diverse mix of independent retailers selling unique and interesting goods, coupled with all the well-known brands you would expect from a modern high street.
For a sublime shopping experience in a beautifully picturesque town centre, look no further than Royal Leamington Spa.
One of Alcester's strengths is its varied range of shops, mostly independently owned, including traditional family businesses where shopping for food, clothing, ironmongery, gifts and many specialist products is an enjoyable voyage of discovery. There are also plenty of antiques dealers, art and craft shops that are well worth a visit.
Alcester's traditional shopping area is located in and around the ancient High Street in the town centre.