Meadowhall is green

Open Today

10:00 - 21:00

You know Meadowhall as your favourite place to spend time shopping, eating and relaxing but it’s also one of the country’s key retail players. Let’s look at the facts . . .

·                 Meadowhall is Yorkshire’s permier shopping destination and one of seven super-regional shopping centres in the UK.

·                 Our 1.4 million sq ft centre has attracted 560 million visits since opening in 1990.

·                 It’s home to 230 stores, 50 places to eat and drink, and an 11-screen cinema.

·                 18% of all business rates collected in Sheffield City Council come from the centre, with 1p of every £1 traced back to Meadowhall.

·                 During peak times we employ 8,500 people and 1 in 100 jobs across the City Region is supported by our activities.

·                 A proposed £300m Leisure Hall will create up to 1,000 new jobs for the region, driving Meadowhall’s reputation as a rewarding place to live and work.

·                 Meadowhall has its own public transport interchange for bus, train and tram services.

·                 The centre offers 12,000 free parking spaces

·                 Next door sits The Source Skills Academy, a training and development centre set up by British Land and Sheffield City Council in 2003. 

Oasis Dining Quarter

Meadowhall Shopping Venue Opening times

Monday - Saturday 09:00 - 23:00 

Sunday 10:00 - 21:00

Please note that some retailers may vary from these times.

Search below for the shop details or view the full list of retailers

Getting here

Meadowhall Centre
Sheffield
S9 1EP
0333 313 2000
  • Car

    Leave Sheffield City Centre along the A61, leading onto the A6109 (M1 North) Brightside Lane. Continue for approximately 2.5 miles. Go straight on at the roundabout with Forgemasters on your right, then turn right at the 4th set of traffic lights.

    Disabled Access: Detailed information and guidance about disabled access can be found on the DisabledGo website, including access, parking facilities and additional services.

  • Train

    With Meadowhall’s excellent public transport terminals, we’re easy to reach thanks to the Meadowhall Passenger Transport Interchange (PTI). The Centre has arguably the best public transport service of any shopping centre in the UK. The PTI has facilities for local and regional bus, train and Supertram services.

    For Public Transport information visit travelsouthyorkshire.com

    Disabled Access: Detailed information and guidance about disabled access can be found on the DisabledGo website, including access, parking facilities and additional services.

  • Bus

    We’re easy to reach thanks to the Meadowhall Passenger Transport Interchange (PTI). The Centre has arguably the best public transport service of any shopping centre in the UK. The PTI has facilities for local and regional bus, train and Supertram services.

    For Public Transport information visit  travelsouthyorkshire.com

    Disabled Access: Detailed information and guidance about disabled access can be found on the DisabledGo website, including access, parking facilities and additional services.

  • Tram

    With Meadowhall’s excellent public transport terminals, we’re easy to reach thanks to the Meadowhall Passenger Transport Interchange (PTI). The Centre has arguably the best public transport service of any shopping centre in the UK. The PTI has facilities for local and regional bus, train and Supertram services.

    For Public Transport information visit  travelsouthyorkshire.com

    Disabled Access: Detailed information and guidance about disabled access can be found on the DisabledGo website, including access, parking facilities and additional services.

  • Bike

    There are cycle routes from both Sheffield and Rotherham. When you do arrive, cycle stands and lockers can be used for peace on mind.

    -We have dedicated cycle paths linking the Centre to both Sheffield and Rotherham as well as Transpennine routes 6, 62 and Five Weirs Walk.
    -Cycle stands and cycle lockers are located adjacent to the cycle path near the Oasis Dining Quarter entrance and children’s outdoor play area.
    -Further  cycle stands are located at the lower High Street entrance of Orange Zone 1 car park (near the Argos store) and in the Passenger Transport Interchange adjacent to the bus parking bays.