Unlimited choice, quality, great customer service and excellent value for money, these are the foundations that has given a euro friendly Newry City the reputation as the primary shopping destination on the Belfast to Dublin corridor.
Whether you are looking for fashion, food, beverages, jewellery etc, Newry has it all!! With the Quays and the Buttercrane Shopping Centres providing high street labels and the intimacy and personal shopping you will experience in the Cathedral and Creamery Quarters you will leave Newry totally satisfied and yearning to come back for more.
Our message to the discerning shopper who is looking for more than a 'quick fix' is simply visit Newry, enjoy our friendship, hospitality, expertise and feast on a truly magnificent retail experience - it is what dreams are made off.
Visit the heart of City and see for yourself ~ the welcoming City that offers it all....NEWRY!
Here is a brief guide to the main shopping areas of the small city that thinks big. Small in a convenient way with all the main shopping districts within a short pleasant stroll of each other and big in bargains, big in brands, choice, quality and customer service.
Once ocean going ships sailed into the Albert Basin. Now the Basin is home to the flagship Quays Shopping & Leisure Complex. This modern, extensive shopping and entertainment complex includes: Sainsbury's, Debenhams, Next, HMV, River Island, Early Learning Centre, Boots, Semi Chem, Jack Jones, Omniplex Cinemas and many other shopping centre retailers.
Situated adjacent to the historic Newry Canal, Buttercrane Shopping Centre is one of the jewels in the crown of Newry shopping and offers a plethora of quality brand names. Here, Marks & Spencer, Boots, Dunnes Stores, Eason, Louis Boyds, Top Shop, Primark and many more have all invested in Newry's shopping future.
Newry's historical market gives the keen shopper a chance to find a bargain. From fancy goods to clothes, plants and flowers, shoppers will enjoy the craic with all our seasoned traders!Every Thursday & Saturday, 9.00am - 5.00pm
Venue: Hill Street, Contact: Catherine Sweeney, Newry and Mourne District Council, Council Offices, O'Hagan House, Monaghan Row, Newry BT35 8DJ - Tel No: 028 3031 3080 E:Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.newryandmourne.gov.uk
Historic Sugar Island is a hub of commerce at the Northern end of the City in the area around the former Town Hall and incorporates the Trevor Hill and Kildare Street areas. It is home to a wide range of stores including florists, chemists, butchers, bakers, drapers, newsagents and restaurants. This area of the town is synonymous with the Arts and there are ambitious plans to develop an Arts Quarter in this area. , Taking in the former Ross Thompson site at the rear of the City's Arts Centre. Plans have also been unveiled for a new hotel for the City in the Trevor Hill area.
Experiencing a resurgence of trade, Monaghan Street is a modern, vibrant yet traditional commercial area home to a number of family run businesses that cater for all your shopping needs.
Central to the Monaghan Street area is The Creamery Quarter which gives this area of the city its multi-national stores such as Dunnes Stores, Argos, Iceland, Poundstretcher, Peacocks and TK Maxx. The Creamery Quarter links Monaghan Street to the Buttercrane Centre.
This retail park houses Newry's superb B&Q DIY superstore and a number of other outlets and is situated at the end of the Newry bypass at the Armagh Road. You will also find top high street names such as Curry's, Smyths Toys and Harvey's at Damolly Retail Park.