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Coach Trips to The Lowry Outlet in Salford Quays


The Lowry Shopping Mall is a beautiful outlet based in Salford Quays and takes the name from the famous artist, LS Lowry. Lowry use to paint ‘match stick men and match stick cats and dogs.’ But the outlets here don’t provide fashion for those kind of match stick people, there are a range of fashion stores catering for everyone. Shops here can offer up to 70% discount of the high street shops. Over 80 stores spread over two floors offer ladieswear, menswear, childrenswear, accessories, jewellery, lingerie, sportswear, beauty products and much more.


There’s a food hall on the first floor with outlets such as Burger King, Fat Jackets, Harry Ramsdens and Subway. Restaurants on the ground floor include Bella Italia, Café Rouge, Harvester, Lime, Nando’s, Pizza Express and The Real China.


At the Lowry Outlet, VUE is showing all the latest movie releases on a 7 screen complex. There is also a health club with a gym and swimming pool.

Local Attractions

If you are visiting the area there is so much to see and do. Whether you are there for an afternoon or a long weekend, complement your shopping experience at Lowry Outlet with some of the local gems on offer. The Lowry Outlet is also a short walk from lots of other great local attractions including, Manchester United FC, The Imperial War Museum, BBC Tours, The Lowry, Media City, Mersey Ferries, Ordsall Hall, Helly Hansen Water Sports Centre and Lancashire County Cricket Club. A trip to the outlet can be combined with any local attraction for a great day out.

Opening Times:


Mon - Weds & Fri: 10am - 6pm
Thurs: 10am - 8pm
Sat: 10am - 7pm
Sun: 11am - 5pm
Bank Hols*: 10am - 6pm


Mon - Sat: 9am - 11pm
Sun: 10am - 10pm

About LS Lowry, the artist.

Laurence Stephen Lowry was an English artist. Many of his drawings and paintings depict Pendlebury, Lancashire, where he lived and worked for more than 40 years, and also Salford and its surrounding areas. Lowry was famous in the northwest and compiled sketches of people in the community that would become his trademark. Today, you can see a statue of him sitting on a bench at the junction of Hyde Road and Stalybridge Road in Mottram, near Glossop.

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