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“Some great bargains to be found!”

Swindon Designer Outlet
Ranked #3 of 55 things to do in Swindon
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

As we're local we tend to avoid visiting weekends as it can get busy! We've saved a fortune over the years, I got a pair of £280 Kurt Geiger boots for £19 and a Fossil bag from £190 to £40, Some days you come home with lots other days you don't get anything.... I guess it depends what you're looking for. Worth a visit.

Thank Michellelovestigger
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Reviewed 8 July 2014

Just a bit plain and not much variety, few older persons clothing stores and a lot of sports stores. Food hall is average and there's not much to see.

Thank Sam B
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Reviewed 4 July 2014

There's very little that is "designer" about this place. We stopped as somewhere to break up a long car journey, get some lunch and have a browse. I wish we hadn't bothered and had pulled into a motorway services. The place is clumsy in its lay out and there's little that can't be found on any other average town high street or in a. shopping centre. Whilst there does appear to be good savings on some items, it's all very ordinary. It's also lacking in other facilities. Toilets weren't great. The Food Quarter consisted of a KFC ... And that's it. Costa had a huge queue on a Friday morning so heaven help you at the weekend! The only saving grace is that it's next to the National Trust Headquarters who had a nice cafe!!

2  Thank HellyJay
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Reviewed 2 July 2014 via mobile

I love this place set in a great location on the site of a former railways works which is a Grade II listed building and It's great to see that they have retained majority of the original architecture which adds to the shopping experience. It's layout is well planned and all on one level making it very disabled friendly.
There are over 90 shops which some are food outlets so you can shop or just browse and eat with shops offering up to 60% off high price tags you can bag yourself a bargain.
There is ample parking on site also for those with young children a Crèche and entertainment to keep them occupied.
This place is also a great place just to meet up with friends and have a coffee or something to eat.
One of its other attractions is its opening hours which are up to 8 pm most days.

Thank Saltwitch
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Reviewed 1 July 2014

Great bargains to be had at greatly discounted prices! The outlet is the former railway yard which still has lots of it old character plus engines etc dotted around the place. Food court provides a variety of eating places to choose from.

Thank Somersetprincess
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