MetroCentre (Gateshead) Reviews
Newest Review: ... only a walkway. This part of the metro centre used to have my favourite two shops in but now they have both closed down, old fizzywigs, selling old sweets and jelly belly jelly beans and wax lyrical which sold candles. When I found out these two shops had shut I was gutted, however the amount and choice of the other shops available make up for it no end. The shops which the metro centre offers spans from bridal boutiques, to your average high street shops such as HMV, from branded shops such as Levi Strauss to Gadget shops such as Hawkins Bazaar, from opticians to beauty salons, whisky shops to hairdressers. Many of the shops available are... more
Customer MetroCentre (Gateshead) Reviews (19)
by - written on 21/10/12 (Very useful, 164 readings)
The metro centre is literally about 50 minutes south from where I live and myself and all my family, if we need anything for holidays, christmas, birthdays, we always travel down to Newcastle and to the Metro Centre to do our shopping. With four main parking areas in the Red, Green, Yellow and Blue car parks, one of which is a multi-storey it has to be one of the easiest centres to find car parking spaces, apart from at christmas when it is a free-for-all. At christmas there are cars abandoned on the sides of the roads and on pavements. This happens to be the only downside to the Metro Centre, at christmas avoid it like the plague! Inside the metro centre you ... Read the complete review
by allan berry - written on 27/12/11
now only 4 hours to park ticket if seconds over 4 hours cost £60.what i can not understand is in the front of marks spencer free allday but impossible to find a place.at the rear of marks spencer 4 hours to park.
by - written on 08/09/11 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Metro centre is about 45 minutes up the road from my house and so is a great place to go when we want to do some major shopping. The shopping centre is very easy to find the easiest way being to come off the A1 at Dunston follow the road and you come out straight opposite the green car park, the centre is very well sign posted too. The car parks and sections of the centre are split into four colours, red, yellow, blue and green and every couple of rows in each car park is numbered so it is easy to find your vehicle at the end of your shopping trip. There are multi-story car parks in each section as well as floor level parking complete with disable parking at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/10
Iam just 5 km from it, Beautiful place for shopping but is also easily reachable by bus and train with frequent service to pretty much the whole north-east! There was car parking with lots of space, this place was so much busy at the time chirstmas and New Year! The centre itself is spread over two floors, and is easy to navigate thanks to coloured zones and many information points with interactive maps. The choice of shops under one roof is amazing. Nice Place for lots of shopping.........................
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 225 readings)
As a resident of Newcastle Upon Tyne, I often travel to the Metrocentre shopping centre in Gateshead to do my shopping. I prefer going to the Metrocentre as opposed to Newcastle city centre because there are more than 300 shops under one (big) roof. Furthermore it is is free to park which is a big bonus. Location ************* There are various ways to get to the metro centre, but I always travel by car as it is the most convenient for me. The metro centre is a few miles from Newcastle, in Gateshead. You can access it via the A1 and it is easy to find due to good signposting. There are approximately 8 large car parks which includes multistories, ... Read the complete review