St Ann Way, Gloucester GL1 5SH
Gloucester Quays is a designer outlet centre located on St Ann Way in Gloucester. Situated by the river, you will find a busy and warm atmosphere, and activities to suit all ages.
The Gloucester Quays are easy to find, and once you are here, you have everything you need! If you are travelling by car you can park in the 1,400-space carpark via St Ann way or alternatively you can use one of the local buses which go via the Gloucester Quays.
The outlet centre opened on May 30th in 2009, by British Fashion Consultant Gok Wan and is now an established and thriving shopping location for locals and tourists alike.
Since opening, the Gloucester Quays have undergone numerous developments with lots of investment from Peel Holdings, and plans to develop the site further.
There is lots to do at the Gloucester Quays, with a number of retail stores with up to 70% off, bars, restaurants, cafés, leisure facilities and a cinema so you won’t find yourself with nothing to do!
Some of the outlet stores that make up Gloucester Quays are:
- All Saints
- Calvin Klein
- Cath Kidston
- Fat Face
- Jack Wills
- Marks & Spencer
- Phase Eight
- Ted Baker
- The North Face… and many more!
As well as its permanent features, the Gloucester Quays also hosts a number of markets, food festivals and events, with an annual Victorian Christmas Market.
The great thing about the Gloucester Quays is its prime location. Surrounded by the quays and docks, you can visit the Canal and River Trust Waterways Museum, Queen Boadicea II and King Arthur boat trips, Gloucestershire Arts and Crafts Centre and the Soldiers of Gloucester Museum.
If you want to venture out further, you are a stones-throw from other historic landmarks such as Gloucester Cathedral, Blackfriars Priory, Gloucester Folk Museum and Robert Raikes House.