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Shopping in Cheltenham is one of life's pleasures. Summer floral displays, wide avenues, relaxed arcades, hidden boutiques and a great variety of shops, provide a truly enjoyable shopping experience in an unrivalled atmosphere.

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Shopping in Cheltenham

The Promenade, Cheltenham

The Promenade in Cheltenham is one of the most stylish shopping boulevards in England and is home to some of the best-known fashion houses, shoe shops and bookstores. Major stores such as such as Cavendish House, White Stuff, Fat Face, Jigsaw, Gap, Jo Malone,Radley & Co, Joules, Waterstones and Jack Wills can be found here.

The High Street, Cheltenham

Shopping in Cheltenham must include a trip to the High Street, home to two fashionable shopping arcades including the Regent Arcade Shopping Centre, where you will find well known stores including TK Maxx, The Body Shop, Tiger, H & M, Pandora, River Island, Top Shop as well as smaller speciality shops. The feature of the Regent Arcade Shopping Centre is the famous Wishing Fish Clock designed by Kit Williams. Every half hour the magical performance of the bubble-blowing clock brings the Regent Arcade to a standstill. Catch a bubble and your wish will come true!

Famous names such as Marks and Spencer, Primark and Boots are located along the High Street. Between the Promenade and Regent Arcade Shopping Centre is Regent Street, home to the Everyman Theatre and a wide variety of bars, cafes, restaurants and boutiques.

The High Street giant John Lewis & Partners Cheltenham stocks over 49,000 products from more than a thousand brands and is a popular asset to the town.

Two minutes walk from Boots corner is The Brewery Quarter, Cheltenham’s central leisure and retail destination, an ideal place for family entertainment and eating out. It offers an exciting mixture of bars, restaurants, retail and entertainment.

Sunday Shopping in Cheltenham

Cheltenham town centre offers a seven-day shopping experience with over 100 shops open on Sundays from 11am.

More Shopping in Cheltenham

Montpellier and The Suffolks

When shopping in Cheltenham take a stroll to Montpellier and The Suffolks where you will find a truly continental flavour and an abundance of specialist boutiques and gift shops, together with pavement cafes and fashionable wine bars.
Visit the Courtyard in Montpellier Street and the Antiques Centre in Suffolk Road. Good local shopping in Cheltenham can be found in the Bath Road too.

Cheltenham for Antiques

Cheltenham is an important centre for collectors of antiques. There is a concentration of well-established antiques dealers in the Montpellier and Suffolks areas. Watch out for Antiques and Collectors Fairs staged at the Cheltenham Racecourse.

Farmers Markets

Cheltenham's Farmers Markets are held on the Promenade in front of the Tourist Information Centre on the second and last Friday of each month. Over 30 stalls will tempt you with fresh and natural produce including delicious cheeses, mouth-watering meats and a wide variety of vegetables. A great shopping in Cheltenham experience - Highly recommended!

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