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The Fort Shopping Park Birmingham, Birmingham

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Gift & Specialty Shop Shopping
The Fort Shopping Park is a shopping centre in Castle Bromwich near Birmingham, West Midlands, England. It was built on part of Fort Dunlop, the former tyre factory of Dunlop Rubber.StoresBelow are just a few of the many stores, For a full updated list visit the Store Finder As of January 2014 ; Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, H&M, New Look, JD Sports, Sports Direct, WHSmith
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TripAdvisor
  • It’s been a while since I visited the fort but with holidays impending and a need for new clothing I decided to see what the shops had to offer. First impressions were no great as the car park is stil...  more »
  • Arrived early on a Saturday to find loads of spaces and lots of room. Despite a few outlets being closed there is still a good choice of shops. The new primark is good even if it's like being inside E...  more »
  • Visited on Wednesday to pop into next for some trousers, left as soon as I could, more stress with the herds of people wanting primark! I used to love Visiting the fort every Friday, do a spot of shop...  more »
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  • There really isn't much wrong with the Fort Shopping Park, it's got a great selection of shops (although the last of 'my' shops went when HMV closed down), however parking is regularly an issue of a weekend. I try to avoid the place during busy periods because you will not find a parking space and will end up circling the car park looking for a space. The underground is your best bet but I haven't attempted to park there during a busy period, but the over ground parking, forget it.
  • Some good shops but parking can be an issue since Primark has opened. It has been upgraded with some nice dining options. Think it needs a modern refresh and some additional toilets.
  • Good variety of shops, popular high street stores. M&S is missed! Lots of free car parking space however it can be difficult to find a space due to how busy it gets.
  • I love the layout and although a bit tight there is always a parking space. Plenty of choice in shops, from clothing, phones, electricals to some lovely eateries. Nice shopping precinct made better by the new island system leading up to it.
  • Lots of variety of shops here and plenty of eateries. Plenty of parking both above and below ground. Easy to get to, not far from A/M38 and M6.