SHOPPING IN SOUTHPORT
One of Southport’s most celebrated sights is Lord Street, a Victorian canopied boulevard edged in scenic gardens. With a charming, unique style all of its own, Lord Street has been a favourite shopping destination for over a century.
Speciality shops and designer boutiques are just a stones throw from the street’s picturesque and leafy gardens – the ideal place to unwind whilst still in the hub of the town. Right at Lord Street’s heart is Wayfarers Shopping Arcade, open since 1898. This Grade II listed building boasts a stunning glass-domed roof, impressive period décor and a range of over 30 exclusive stores. Their café and restaurant offer the perfect setting to soak up the Arcade’s atmosphere.
Welcome to Wesley Street, affectionately known as the “Village in the Town”….with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, there is something for everyone. Accredited with numerous awards for floral displays and community spirit, you will find a string of unique, independent shops painted in pastel colours. There is a traditional sweet shop, celebration cakes, massage and beauty, family photographers, wool shop, butchers, antique jewellers and much much more! Visit our Website for a full index of what we can offer. www.wesleystreet.co.uk
Love good food, good products and great value? Southport Market is the place to be!
Select from speciality cheeses, meats and deli items from Holmes-Smith Speciality foods, top quality meat and game from a traditional English butcher, a confectionery heaven at Sweet Indulgence, fresh, local produce from Mrs G the greengrocer, fresh and delicious Italian take-away at Scoozi Pizza and of course renowned local fisherman and fishmonger extraordinaire, Kevin Peet, whose infamous potted shrimps will have you coming back for more!
Alongside these fantastic food-retailers, Southport Market has an array of other local traders selling a host of locally sourced, outstanding quality and superb priced products. From beautiful fresh flowers, made to order at Victoria’s Flowers and Gifts, to the equally impressive indoor and potted plant varieties from Fairfield Plants.
For high street brands and national names start at Chapel Street adjacent to Lord Street. It’s fully pedestrianised and the gateway to the town for rail users. You’ll find the bright and airy shopping arcade Marble Place here too.
One of Southport’s largest leisure and retail complexes Ocean Plaza is located on the seafront. A variety of your favourite brands can be found here as well as a multi screen cinema, ten pin bowling alley and a selection of well-known restaurant names. Marine Way Bridge is a striking landmark in Southport and connects Ocean Plaza to the Promenade.
Just a five minute walk from Southport’s train station is C12 Shopping Park which offers a mix of national high street names. Just out of town are another two complexes well worth a visit – Meols Cop and Kew Retail Park.