Visitors will be able to safely enjoy the full Trafford Centre experience from 17th May, with the return of indoor dining and entertainment venues.
Over 50 restaurants will be welcoming diners for an indoor meal, coffee or drinks including Bill’s, Archie’s, Oh! You Pretty Things, Slim Chickens, Five Guys, Tampopo, All Bar One, Gourmet Burger Kitchen and San Carlo Champagne Bar in Selfridges.
Indoor entertainment venues will also re-open, including the 20-screen Odeon cinema, Laser Quest, Namco Funscape, Paradise Island Adventure Golf, Belong by GAME and the Upside-Down House.
The centre’s safety measures will continue to play an important part in making the centre a safe, friendly and welcoming place to visit.
The rule of six (or larger if from just two households) will apply to all indoor spaces, and visitors will need to wear a face covering unless seated at a restaurant, unless exempt.
Bookings at restaurants and leisure venues are recommended but not essential.
“We’re over the moon that visitors will once again be able to enjoy the full and fun experience of a day out at The Trafford Centre – whether that’s enjoying a long overwaited catch-up with a friend over a coffee, tucking into a delicious meal at one of our many restaurants or having some much-needed fun at one of our fantastic entertainment venues,” said centre director Zoe Inman.
“Of course, we’ll be continuing to do everything we can to make sure The Trafford Centre is a safe place to visit, and we ask our visitors to continue doing their part by planning their trip, checking our website and social channels for important information, wearing their face covering and following the safety measures in place.”
Centre opening hours from 17th May are 10am–10pm Monday to Saturday and 12pm–6pm on Sundays. Visitor information, including a full list of restaurants and leisure venues, can be found here: traffordcentre.co.uk.