Located just 10km west of Dublin city centre, Blanchardstown is a growing suburb of Dublin. The most recent example of this is the very impressive Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, situated just off the M50 ring road. The centre opened its doors in 1996 and has today become one of the main shopping centres in the country. In its first year alone it welcomed over 10 million visitors. Read on for more about the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre…
With top class facilities and the very latest in fashion you won’t be disappointed with what Blanchardstown Shopping Centre has to offer. Blanchardstown has proudly received an award from The Centre for Independent Living for the excellent facilities available to people with disabilities. These facilities include a free wheelchair service, ramp access, designated parking and spaces in the car parks, disabled toilet facilities, braille lifts, disabled friendly telephones and helpful and friendly staff. Other achievements include the ‘Best Presented Shopping Centre 2007′, ‘Best Business in the Community Award 2007′ and it was a finalist for ‘Shopping Centre Ireland Award 2007′.
You certainly will be spoilt for choice at Blanchardstown Shopping Centre. There’s a total of 180 colourful shops and leading fashion houses on-site. These include:
3G, 53degrees North, Jean Scene, Adams Childrenswear, JJB Sport, Aldo, John Cassidy Travel, Argos, Kit & Caboodle, At Home with Clerys, La Senza, Atlantic Homecare, Lifestyle Sports, A|wear, Mairead O’Leary, B Cool, Mamas & Papas, Banana Tree, Mannings Bakery, Barratts, Maplin Electronics, Belle Fleurs, Marks & Spencer, Bershka, McCabes Pharmacy, Bertoni, McGuirks Golf, Bests Menswear, Meteor, Birthdays, Millets, Blanchardstown Travel, Miss Selfridge, Body Shop, Monsoon, Bon News, Mothercare, Books Unlimited, Nail & Beauty Bar, Boots Lower Level, Newbridge Silverware, Boots Upper Level, O2 Experience, Bradleys Pharmacy, Oasis, BT2, Paco, Budget Travel, Pamela Scott, Burton Menswear, PC World, Butlers Chocolate Café, Peat’s World of Electronics, Carpet Right, Penney’s, Carphone Wearhouse, Perfume Direct, Celebrations, Permanent TSB, Champion Sports, ATM’s, Claire’s Accessories, Peter Mark, Clark’s Shoes, Principles, Clonsilla Credit Union, Reid, Club Denim, Furniture, Crystal Jewelers, River Island, Currys, Rosso’s Barbers, D.I.D. Electrical, Rubens, D2, Salsa, Debenhams, Sasha, Dental Surgery, Shoe Zone, Diffneys, Smyth Toys, Dixons, Sony Centre, Doctor and the Herbs, Stenders, Doctors Surgery, Sunglass Hunt, Dorothy Perkins, Swatch, Dunnes Stores, Sweet Factory, Tai Ji, Eason EBS, Bag Shop, Elcco, Thomas Gear, Elverys, Thorntons Chocolate, Earnest Jones, Tie Rack, Euro 2, Tierney’s Gift Shop, Evans, TK Maxx, Exit, Tom Stanley, Fields, Tom Stanleys Kiosk, Footlocker, Tommys Wonderland, French Connection, Tony Quinn Health Store, Game, Topman, Games Workshop, Topshop, Gifts Remembered, Tower Jewellers, Gleeson & Sons, Veritas, H&M, Vero Moda, H. Samuel, Vision Express, Harry Corry, Vodafone, Interiors, Vodafone Kiosk, Harvey Norman, Wallis, Health Store, Warehouse, Holland & Barrett, Watch Shop, Home Focus at Hickeys, What?, Home Store and More, Xtravision, Imaginarium, Zara, Inspiring Ideas, Zavvi, Jack and Jones, Jane Norman.
There’s also a cinema on site – the UCI Cinema. Here you can enjoy good films in comfortable and modern surroundings with a large selection of food, drink and buttered popcorn. Keep the kids entertained with a trip to Leisureplex where they can enjoy bowling, indoor soccer, Q-Zar and much more.
With over 600 busses operating from the city centre each day, 6,500 free car parking spaces on offer and excellent taxi services you won’t have any difficulty getting to Blanchardstown Shopping Centre. Bus routes servicing the city centre to include the number 39, 70, 76A, 220, 237, 238, 239 and the 270. For further details check out the Dublin Bus website.
The opening hours of Blanchardstown Shopping Centre are as follows:
Monday to Friday: 9am to 9pm
Saturdays: 9am to 7pm
Sundays and Bank Holidays: 11am to 6pm.
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