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Bluewater

Kent

Type:Shopping Malls & Department Stores

Greenhythe, Kent, DA9 9ST

Tel: 0870 777 0252

Bluewater

About

Occupying 154,000m2, the Bluewater Shopping Centre is the largest in England. Before plunging into this shopping Utopia, relax and refresh in the Welcome Halls and visit one of the Concierge Desks where all the information needed for an exciting and successful day is available.

The triangular site houses over 330 stores distributed through three individually styled malls. The Guildhall offers classic high fashion retail, with lifestyle stores and, in The Village, gourmet restaurants and cafés.

The Rose Gallery is family focused, with major high street retailers and, for a bit of fun and food, the Wintergarden.

The Thames Walk has high street fashion along with themed cafés, American style diners and a sports bar.

The site itself provides a setting of great contrast. Surrounded by towering 50 metre high chalk cliffs, the buildings stand amidst tranquil lakes, trees and parkland. Here cycles can be hired, as can rowing boats, or there is fishing, putting and rock-climbing to occupy an hour or two. For younger visitors there is an adventure playground; it is an apt description for the Timberland Discovery Trail, and the All Stars active one.

Returning inside, or in inclement weather, there are 40 cafés, bars and restaurants, a 13 screen cinema and for the self indulgent, a Molton Brown Day Spa.

Bluewater is just off junction 2 of the M25 between Dartford and Gravesend in Kent. For those that travel by car there are 13,000 car park spaces and by train from London or the Medway towns Greenhithe station is linked to Bluewater by shuttle buses.


This amazing place is perhaps not a day out so much as a week’s experience. It is one of our big attractions. Come! Enjoy!
 

Facilities

Catering

  • Cafe
  • Food Shop on site
  • Refreshments Available

Establishment Features

  • Air conditioning throughout
  • Lift
  • Open all year round
  • Open on bank holidays
  • Public Telephone
  • Toilets on Site

Parking & Transport

  • On Site Car Parking

TripAdvisor

Map & Directions

Road Directions

If you are travelling on the M25, follow signs to Dartford Crossing, this is signposted along the entire length of the M25 in both directions. Lookout for Junction 2 (A2/M2), then follow the signs to Bluewater. The M25 is numbered clockwise from Dartford Crossing (J1 through to A13 (J30).

Public Transport Directions

If you're coming to Bluewater by bus, a comprehensive service is available from most of the surrounding area.Over 60 buses visit Bluewater each hour and connect well with other routes. Express services are also provided by Arriva and these link Bluewater with Rochester, Chatham and Gillingham, (routes 700 and 701), Maidstone (route 703), and Sevenoaks & Tonbridge (route 704). These routes will have typical journey times to Bluewater between 25-40 minutes from each of these towns. It's just as easy to travel to Bluewater by train.From LondonTrains depart from Charing Cross, Waterloo East, London Bridge or Cannon Street travelling to "Greenhithe for Bluewater", and run approx every 15 minutes.Trains also run regularly from the Medway Towns.On arrival at GreenhitheJust hop onto the 'Fastrack' bus, service B which travels to and from the station, just a five minute journey, every 15 minutes.Please note the bus stop has recently moved with the redevelopement of a new station. Please see the station master for directions. When you buy your train ticket, ensure you ask for a ticket to Bluewater (Greenhithe for Bluewater). This ticket will include your shuttle bus ticket fare. This is only valid on daily tickets. Please ensure you check when buying your ticket that it does includes your bus fare.

Awards

  • Regional and Miscellaneous -Tourism South East Member 2018 Tourism South East Member 2018 2018

Opening Times

2019 (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)

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