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Swindon Designer Outlet, Swindon

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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3.9/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web
Spend the day shopping for designer labels at Swindon Designer Outlet. Set in the newly restored Greater Western Railway Works building, the center combines spectacular architecture with over 90 designer stores. Be sure to visit the onsite Steam Museum to learn more about the area's rich and important locomotive history. In the food court stands a Swindon-built steam locomotive, giving you an up-close view of an important part of the history and culture of the area. Plan to see Swindon Designer Outlet and other attractions that appeal to you using our Swindon vacation trip planner.
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  • Plenty of restaurants and they also have a great farmers market. Loads of specialist shops with lots of bargains. Lots for the children Kindergarten ( Charge) Plus a small playground. Easy access for ...  read more »
  • every shop you could imagine is here. absolutely brilliant good to go any day of the week. also have a little market before heading into the shops. good sales. fresh and clean and a big sweet stool in...  read more »
  • A wide variety of shops varying in price . It is set in a lovely historic building which they have managed to extend without ruining the wonderful architechture . There aren't too many restaurants ; m...  read more »
  • Cheaper than most outlets but don't expect high end designers here. Spend £100 and free parking. Not much restaurant to choose from apart from local stall, Pizza Express, KFC, Wagamama and others... Go early and drive out and see the country's local pub
  • Nice selection of shops but still a little expensive. Refurbished section is really nice. Good food. Easy parking and a decent kids area
  • After the recent refit that more or less doubled the size of the place it's good. could do with a few more real designer brands to make it a designer outlet less high street but overall it's pretty good. Gets very very busy at weekends. Frustratingly You have to pay a £1 to park (returnable when you spend over £100) which I don't agree with, I've never got a pound in my pocket when its time to pay, anyway the parking should be free like Bicester outlet. Overall worth a visit, plenty of coffee shops and restaurants if you need a break and a play area for the kids.
  • Really great deals on some top brands. And you can bribe the kids info tagging along by taking them to the Steam Museum next door. Careful on the parking though. Up to 5 hours is £1. Go over and it's £12.
  • Fantastic day out. All the staff were extremely helpful and polite. Security were amazingly helpful with mobility scooters bought to the car and collected by the car afterwards. Will definitely go again.
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