Brent Cross

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

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More than just shops

With outlets like All Saints, Apple and Gap, and department stores John Lewis and Fenwick, Brent Cross is the perfect go-to for your shopping-basket desires. It’s open seven days a week (10am-8pm Mon-Fri, 9am-8pm Sat and 12pm-6pm Sunday) and there are 120 outlets and 30 restaurants – all housed under one convenient roof – so you can get the upper hand on the ‘predictable’ nature of the English weather.

And, like any good shopping centre, they put on events throughout the year – like the Drive In Film Club and visits from Chaplin’s Circus – which you can check out here brentcross.co.uk/events

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Lots to do

If you’re at a loss of what to do with the young of your pack (from babies up to under 12s) there is Topsy Turvy World – a large (and air conditioned) hub of soft play, equipped with tunnels, slides and ball cannons – just behind the centre. Like Brent Cross, it’s open throughout the week (see opening times here) and entry prices range from £1,25 (adults) to £7,95 (4-11 years olds), depending on age, with a family registration fee of £15.

Brent Cross is accessible by bus, train, tube or car (it has plenty of parking, but watch peak travel times to avoid getting yourself in a jam) – but for more detailed info of how to come and go see here: Getting to Brent Cross.

Nearest tube: Hendon Central / Brent Cross (on the Edgware branch of the Northern [black] line)

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