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features literally hundreds of local shop listings and a number of shopping offers. You can read and write reviews of each shop enabling you to share your experiences with others.
Below we have listed Coventry's main shopping areas, connecting you to further pages containing shop listings in those areas.
West Orchards Shopping Centre
The West Orchard Shopping Centre
on Smithford Way
has a variety of shops selling all kinds of products such as designer clothing and accessories, shoes, computer games, books, confectionery and perfume.
Lower Precinct Shopping Centre
The Lower Precinct Shopping Centre
has a variety of retailers, cafés and restaurants all under one roof. It is easily accessible by bus, train or car and has a 750 space car park. Shops include Carphone Warehouse, Clarks Shoes, Dorothy Perkins, H&M, H Samuel, Lush, Next and Two Seasons.
Broadgate & Cathedral Lanes
has been at the very heart of Coventry for centuries and used to be a beautiful garden island before the area was redeveloped. In its midst stands the Lady Godiva statue by Sir William Reid Dick, a gift from Coventrian WH Bassett-Green. Near by, the famous Broadgate clock shows an animated Lady Godiva and Peeping Tom making an appearance every hour on the hour. Shops in Broadgate and the Cathedral Lanes Shopping Centre
include GAME, Marks and Spencers, Primark, River Island, Wallis, Waterstones and Wilkinson's.
Coventry Market on Queen Victoria Road
has over 170 stalls offering an outstanding range of items and great value prices, all under an unusual circular roof.
The High Street
houses Coventry's main concentration of financial companies including banks and building societies.
to the South of Coventry offer a range of independently run shops such as jewellery shops, toy shops, gadget shops, clothing shops, florists etc. Greyfriars Walk comprises Market Square, City Arcade
, Bull Yard
and Shelton Square
. Bull Yard is home to a variety of restaurants and cafes.
, from which the West Orchard Shopping Centre
can be accessed, is a pedestrianised shopping areas and is home to Coventry's central library. It has a variety of national chains and independent retailers. Adjoining Corporation Street
has more shops and houses Coventry's Belgrade Theatre.
has a variety of fast food outlets, cafes and pubs.
is a picturesque medieval street with a variety of independent niche shops and several hair dressers.
Details of supermarkets can be found on the Coventry supermarkets
Coventry's massive IKEA store on Croft Road
sells a range of home furnishing products displayed in over 50 fully furnished rooms and 3 home layouts. The store is family-friendly with a supervised children's play area, a Children's IKEA department and other play areas throughout the store. Other family friendly conveniences include baby care rooms, children's meals, and a special section for nursing mothers in the in-store restaurant.
You can also see a list of shop categories containing hundreds of Coventry shops in our Shopping Directory