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  • Step back gents, please meet this sensual stunning, British Blonde Manchester escort, with a booty that will blow your mind! Her sexy personality is truly one of a kind, she's keen to please and with her stunning figure she never fails, Ava is one of best Manchester Escorts we have what an absolute stunner!

    Pick up the phone guys this big massive wow Manchester Escort is a keeper!!! and available for incall in Mancheter M5, 15mins walk from Hilton Manchester Deansgate.

  • PSE, GFE, ASP, NSA, VIP, Travel Companion, Erotic Massage, Uniform, Striptease, Couples, Kissing, Party, Duo, PV, PS, FK, DFK, LFK, MG, FBSM, BS, 69, HJ, CHJ, BLS, BJ, BBBJ, BJTC, CBJ, OWO, DSL, DT, CIM, COF, COB, CIT, CID, CIP, CIB, CIA, CG, DS/K9, PIV, AL, ATM, GS, MFF, MMF, DP, TP & MP.


Incall Rates

  • 15 minutes: £120
  • 30 minutes: £150
  • 1 Hour: £250
  • 1.5 Hour: £400
  • 2 Hours: £500
  • 3 Hours: £750
  • Add 1 hour for £250
  • Add 30 minutes for £150
  • Add 15 minutes for £120
  • 4 Hours Dinner Date: £1000
  • 5 Hours: £1250
  • 6 Hours Evening Out: £1500
  • 8 Hours: £2000
  • Overnight 10 hours: £2500
  • Luxurious Overnight 12Hrs: £3000
  • Ultimate One Day 24 Hours: £6000
  • Weekend 48 Hours: £12000
  • One Week Holiday: £30000
  • Two Weeks Holiday: £45000

Codes for Sex Work Services

  • PSE         = Porn Star Experience
    GFE         = Girl Friend Experience
    ASP         = Adult Service Provider
    NSA        = No Strings Attached
    CFS         = Covered Full Service
    FS           = Full Services
    PV           = Private Viewing
    PS           = Private Show
    FK           = French Kissing
    DFK        = Deep French Kissing
    LFK         = Light French Kissing
    MG         = Massage Girl
    BS          = Body Slide
    FBSM     = Full Body Sensual Massage
    BDSM    = Bondage and Discipline, Domination and Submission, Sadism and Masochism
    HJ           = Hand Job
    DT          = Deep Throat
    BB          = Bareback = Without Condom
    BBFS      = Bareback Full Services
    BBS        = BareBack Sex
    BJ            = Blow Job
    BBBJ       = BareBack Blow Job
    BJTC       = Blow Job To Completion
    CBJ         = Covered Blow Job
    DSL        = Dick Sucking Lips
    BLS        = Balls Licking and Sucking
    OWO     = Oral Without Condom
    CIM        = Cum In Mouth
    CIMWS  = Cum In Mouth With Swallowing
    COF       = Cum On Face
    COB      = Cum On Breast
    COB      = Cum On Body
    CIT        = Cum In Tits
    COT      = Cum On Tits
    CID       = Cum In Deep
    CIP       = Cum In Pussy
    CIB       = Cum In Butt
    CIA       = Cum In Ass
    CG       = Cow Girl
    DS/K9 = Doggy Style
    PIV      = Penis In Vagina
    PIP      = Penis In Pussy
    AL       = A Level = Anal Sex
    ATM   = Ass To Mouth
    MFF   = Male Female Female (Threesome)
    MMF  = Male Male Female (Threesome)
    GS      = Group Sex
    WS     = Water Sport
    DP      = Double Penetration
    TP      = Triple Penetration
    MP     = Multiple Positions

Manchester Escorts

  • Here at Hush Girls Escort agency, our gorgeous Manchester Escorts will make sure that you enjoy every minute in this incredible city. Our Manchester Escorts are selectively chosen by us to make sure that they provide the highest standard of service, and make sure that the time you spend together will be the most exciting and memorable experience.

    All Manchester Escorts are down to earth, charming and open-minded ladies making them irresistible to anyone who meets them. Hush Girls understand the importance of being discreet. We pride ourselves in making sure both parties are having the best time and enjoy each other's company. Safety of our gentlemen is just as important as our lovely ladies. If in doubt don't be afraid to pick up the phone and ask any questions, we are more than happy to help with any requirements, questions or issues.

    Hush Girls provide in-calls and outcalls, which means you can come visit the lady of your choice in her apartment, or she can travel to any given destination. You can decide whether you want to go out for a hot date, meet our Manchester Escorts in a hotel or if you fancy a more intimate encounter in the comfort of your own house.

    Hush Girls' Manchester Escorts are happy to travel to Manchester Airport in case you need someone to keep you occupied while waiting for your flight. Hush Girls cover all hotels within and around the Manchester airport.

    Don't miss out on opportunity to meet our hotties, and book now!!!

  • Manchester is an incredibly diverse and dynamic city, it certainly has plenty to offer to anyone who comes to visit. Whether you are looking for a relaxed spa day, fine dining in one of Manchester's many restaurants or a day out shopping in Selfridges or some of the biggest shopping centres, Manchester has it all. When booking one of our delightful Manchester Escorts, why not spice things up and consider a date night or an exciting day out?!

In case you not exactly sure what could you do with one of our Manchester Escorts ladies, don't worry we've got you covered! Here are some suggestions:

Top 5 Nightclubs

  • Revolucion De Cuba is a cool and buzzing Latin-themed bar in Deansgate which is offering some spice and flavour to the drinkers and diners of Manchester. With a long front, the bar already looks enticing, and when you step inside the interior grabs the attention.

    Large Havana-esque ceiling fans remind visitors of sunnier climates and a large number of high tables provide the perfect setting for drinks and food with friends. The tiled mosaic flooring creates the image of a sunny villa and combined with the drinks list, it's easy to see how it's regarded as one of Manchester's best bars.

    Cocktails cost around £7 and cover all the classics such as the Mojito as well as some more unique offerings like frozen Granitas, frozen blends that will that lovely kick.

    Also don't miss out on the 'Cuban Tea Party' (£16), a selection of cocktail teapots to share which bring a unique drinking twist to Revolucion De Cuba. Food wise you can grab small dishes like Albondigas meatballs for only £4.95, larger Latin staples like enchiladas, burritos and chilli; grilled steaks and fish as well as a great range of gorgeous hamburgers.

    Revolucion De Cuba is perfect for drinks and food with friends and would also make a quirky date spot with the sound of Latin live music playing in the background to your meal. Easily one of Deansgate's best bar offerings and the fact that you can party late into the evening also makes it a venue to ignore at your peril.

    Opening Hours:
    Monday       11.30 - 2.00
    Tuesday       11.30 - 2.00
    Wednesday 11.30 - 2.00
    Thursday     11.30 - 3.00
    Friday           11.30 - 3.00
    Saturday      11.30 - 3.00
    Sunday         12.00 - 2.00

    Address: Address: 11 Peter Street M2 5QR
    Area: Deansgate

    Visit Revolucion De Cuba Manchester

  • Under the tracks of Oxford Road train station lays a sleeping giant. One of the most exciting venues on the Manchester circut, Gorilla has awoken and has made a habit of smashing parties to pieces. Ago hard long into the night to the sounds of top DJs.

    Part of the popular Trof family of Manchester bars and venues, this former theatre is one of the finest multi-purpose spaces in Manchester. Bar, restaurant, live venue and nightclub in one, this Whitworth Street gem has fast become one of the coolest hangouts in the city.

    Housed in a railway arch underneath Oxford Road Station close to the other Oxford Road bars, the main bar boasts full height windows, minimal sixties inspired decor and a mezzanine area with its own Gin Parlour, offering a great range of gin cocktails and tonic mixes.

    Great for after work drinks, Gorilla's excellent cocktails cost just £5 between 5pm and 8pm every day (carafes of wine also only £9). They offer draught, canned and bottled beer as well as a great range of the finest spirits. Gorilla also excels in the food department. With an all-day menu that is home to 'The Best Burger in Manchester' (no joke), Gorilla can hit the spot with anything from their in-house baked pastries to a good old Sunday roast. Oh, and don't leave without trying the Deluxe Fries seasoned with parmesan and truffle oil. You can thank us later.

    Behind all this sits a 600 capacity live music and club space which hosts regular gigs and top drawer club nights in a uniquely decorated arena. If you're looking for top night out in Manchester, then look no further than Gorilla. Book your table for food now or hire the mezzanine for your special event using the form above.

    Opening Hours:
    Monday       11.30 - 00.00
    Tuesday       11.30 - 00.00
    Wednesday 11.30 - 00.00
    Thursday     11.30 - 01.00
    Friday           11.30 - 02.00
    Saturday      09.00 - 02.00
    Sunday         09.00 - 00.00

    Address: Address: 54-56 Whitworth Street M1 5WW
    Area: Oxford Road

    Visit Gorilla

  • The Warehouse Project is like the clubbing pilgrimage of the UK, calling all of the late nights party goers to its industrial arches under Piccadilly station. Returning to its spiritual nexus at Store Street, WHP is a killer night out in Manchester with a winter residency that sees the biggest and best DJs from across the world come to this legendary clubbing hot spot for some of the loudest and longest parties in the UK.

    akin over a vast industrial warehouse on the outskirts of Manchester city centre, The Warehouse Project is an annual series of club nights which brings the world's biggest DJs, live acts and producers to Manchester for 12 hard hitting weeks every year.

    The Warehouse Project began to live in 2006, when the first events were held in the disused Boddingtons brewery. The next year saw the club series move to the now legendary Store Street car park underneath Piccadilly Railway station, where it remained until 2011. Serving a short stint in Victoria Warehouse in Trafford Park, The Warehouse Project is BACK to its spiritual home - Store Street. Renowned as one of the biggest clubbing movements on the planet (England's raw version of Ibiza) - WHP sees Manchester become a global epicentre of dance music from September to New Year's Day each year.

    With a state of the art lighting, larger than life sound systems and some of the biggest line-us on the planet, The Warehouse Project is truly a unique club experience like no other - which needs to be experienced to be believed. Tickets normally sell out quickly, so get yours early to avoid disappointment.

    Opening Hours:
    Monday       20.00 - 05.00
    Tuesday       20.00 - 05.00
    Wednesday 20.00 - 05.00
    Thursday     20.00 - 05.00
    Friday           20.00 - 05.00
    Saturday      20.00 - 05.00
    Sunday         20.00 - 05.00

    Address: Address: The Warehouse Project, Store Street M1
    Area: Piccadilly

    Visit The Warehouse Project

  • More than renowned, Albert Hall is one of the most noted clubs in Manchester. Not only benefiting from one of the most unique spaces in the city, Albert Hall also knows a thing or two about club nights, with the best DJs in the business having graced their decks.

    A Grade II listed Wesleyan chapel in Manchester City Centre closed and hidden for over 40 years. Resurrected by Trof, the people behind Gorilla and The Deaf Institute, as an unrivalled events venue, restaurant and bar. The grand and ornate chapel has been restored into a stunning purpose built music hall and is set to become one of the most atmospheric music and events venues in the UK.

    Albert Hall is also available for private hire, boasting a profile of corporate clients including Sony, Boohoo.com and Bruntwood. The space can cater for anything from product launches, gala dinners, conferences to office parties.

    With a full calendar of live music and club events throughout the year please enquire early so's not to miss out on your desired dates.

    Opening Hours:
    Monday       9.00 - 2.00
    Tuesday       9.00 - 2.00
    Wednesday 9.00 - 2.00
    Thursday     9.00 - 2.00
    Friday           9.00 - 2.00
    Saturday      9.00 - 2.00
    Sunday         9.00 - 2.00

    Address: Address: 27 Peter Street M2 5QR
    Area: Deansgate

    Visit Albert Hall

  • Albert's Schloss is a Bohemian bar in the heart of Manchester's Peter Street.

    Based underneath the iconic Albert Hall, the venue labels itself as a 'bier palace' and offers the city's adventurous dwellers an irresistible range of international beers, delectable cocktails and potent spirits. Branding itself as a 'Schloss', you can be certain that this place is dedicated to debauchery and all the weird and wonderful excess of Germany. Dabble in some Bavarian nonsense here where the beers come big, bold and from brewing grounds afar.

    This self-proclaimed bier palace, lives up to its title as Manchester's first Tankovna (a place home to copper tanks brimming with the freshest Pilsner). Inspired by the Alpine regions of Bavaria, Albert's Schloss is a lodge of heritage beers on the taps, Alpine-themed cocktails, homemade Schnapps and a stonking wine list. Out of the bar and into the kitchen, Albert's cook haus is well seasoned in knocking out traditional foods like ze Pretzels, doughnuts and cinnamon knots from their very own bakery. Don't worry, there's all the authentic sausage and schnitzel to nosh on too.

    Opening Hours:
    Monday       11:30 - 2.00
    Tuesday       11:30 - 2.00
    Wednesday 11:30 - 2.00
    Thursday     11:30 - 2.00
    Friday           11:30 - 2.00
    Saturday      11:30 - 2.00
    Sunday         11:30 - 2.00

    Address: Address: 27 Peter Street M2 5QR
    Area: Albert Square

    Visit Albert's Schloss

Top 5 Restaurants

  • Located in the heart of Manchester, Spinningfields, the restaurant occupies an impressive space within the new development, The Pavilion, surrounded by greenery yet situated in the centre of the city.

    The Ivy Brasserie is open all day, seven days a week. Serving modern British classics for breakfast, lunch, dinner, weekend brunch and everything in-between.

    The Ivy Asia and Bar is located on the second floor, open seven days a week from 5pm and from 12pm at the weekends. There is a central glamorous late-night bar and the restaurant is illuminated with a show-stopping green, semi-precious stone floor serving Asian-inspired cocktails and sharing dishes with entertainment and resident DJ's.

    Visit The Ivy Brasserie, Spinningfields

  • In a converted church in the centre of Deansgate, Gaucho Manchester is the city's home for impeccable Argentinian steaks, Latin flavours and premium wines. As you dine, enjoy the theatre of our open kitchen and marvel at the church's original organ, a stunning feature that is at the centre of our split-level dining room.

    During the week it's the place to be for lunches and celebratory dinners and at the weekend becomes a social melting pot with DJ hosted brunches, a bustling cocktail bar and a legendary relaxation spot for Sunday lunch.

    Visit Gaucho

  • Cloud 23 is more than just a bar, it is a unique and memorable venue located at the highest point in Manchester. Experience the feeling of almost being able to touch the clouds as you look out at the panoramic views of Manchester's ever-changing city scape and lose yourself in decadent luxury designed to appeal to all the senses. Served within the elegant surroundings of Cloud 23, enjoy a sumptuous afternoon of mouth-watering indulgence.

    Afternoon Tea at Cloud 23 blends an innovative menu with classical combinations to infuse this timeless classic with contemporary style. Famous Afternoon Tea is served daily from noon to 5pm.

    Dress Code - Smart/Stylish. Strictly NO sportswear, trainers or headgear. Please note, children under 18 are allowed between the hours of 11am and 5pm.

    Visit Cloud 23 Cocktail Bar

  • Tattu Restaurant & Bar offers diners a culinary experience like no other in the city. Located on Gartside Street, Spinningfields, the restaurant's menu embraces traditional Asian flavours and delivers contemporary Chinese cuisine with delicate dim sum, stunning presentation and distinctive flavour combinations.

    The 93-cover restaurant is located on the first floor, with intimate table and booth seating that can cater for bookings of up to 10 guests. The stunning cosmopolitan interior provides the ideal setting for both social occasions and corporate entertaining.

    The bar is located on ground floor and offers an unrivalled selection of unique cocktails, wines and spirits. Booths are available to book with table service provided.

    The Parlour is Tattu's opulent private hire area and the most exclusive space in Manchester. It can fit up to 60 guests for a drinks and canapé reception and is serviced by its own entrance, bar and restroom facilities.
    The luxurious aesthetic provides the perfect setting for exclusive events, functions and meetings.

    TATTU's restaurant is open from 12:00-14:30 then 17:00-22:00 Monday to Thursday and Sunday evening. On Friday, Saturday they are open 12:00-17:00 Then 17:00-23:00. The Bar area however is open throughout the times stated on their website.

    Visit Tattu Restaurant and Bar

  • Modern Australian cuisine combines Pacific Rim flavours underpinned by European cooking tradition, a blend of Indonesian, Southeast Asian influences and Australia's strong ties with Japan also help determine the taste and style.

    Visit Austrolasia Restaurant and Bar

Top 5 Hotels

  • Manchester's most fashionable hotel, the award-winning Lowry Hotel is ideally situated on the banks of the River Irwell in the recently-developed Chapel Wharf area on the Salford-Manchester boundary.

    The first five-star hotel in Greater Manchester, The Lowry Hotel makes a bold contemporary architectural statement with its dramatic, curved, glass-fronted façade that creates a light and airy feel within the hotel interior.

    Visit The Lowry Hotel

  • King Street Townhouse, located within the upper King Street conservation area of Manchester city centre, is an impressive Italian renaissance building, designed by local architect Edward Salomons and originally built in 1872.

    The building has been transformed by Eclectic Hotel Collection into Manchester's first baby grand hotel, a small adaptation of a grand hotel. 40 bedrooms & Suites - Snug Rooms | Cosy Rooms | Comfy Rooms | Luxe Jnr Suites | One Bedroom Suites showcasing spectacular views of the Manchester Town Hall Clock Tower.

    The Tavern at King Street townhouse is a stylish and very sophisticated yet comfortable restaurant and bar open to residents and none residents. The style of food is simply tasty; the best of ingredients to make simple yet delightfully tasty dishes.

    Other hotels in the group are located in and around Manchester - Great John Street | Didsbury House | Eleven Didsbury Park.

    Visit King Street Townhouse

  • The rooms are most definitely a showstopper, there's certainly no doubting the attention to detail that has gone into bringing this new Art Deco-themed venue to life in the former bank building at the top of King Street. It offers something you can't currently find on the Manchester scene with such extravagant and quirkily-themed interiors.

    Visit Hotel Gotham

  • Modern luxury and style in Manchester's historic Free Trade Hall with elegant rooms and suites, free high-speed Wi-Fi on unlimited devices, luxurious spa and large swimming pool.

    The ultimate escape for mind and body, discover a heavenly spa retreat like no other in the heart of Manchester at The Spa & Gym. Experience the absolute best in pampering with blissful, deeply relaxing treatments, carried out by our highly trained therapists.

    Start your wellness journey today. Embrace shared dining in Manchester with contemporary Japanese and Mexican small plates.

    Next to Manchester Central and conference quarter, close to buzzing Deansgate and linked to Manchester's rail stations by free shuttlebus. 22 private meeting rooms host 2-500 people.

    Visit Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel

  • A restored turn-of-the-century textile warehouse, now home to an inspired boutique - high tech but with a touch of colonial Victorian majesty. Each of our sixteen rather outstanding rooms are beautifully designed, luxurious & affordable. And we're situated right in the city centre's Northern Quarter, next door to Manchester's hippest bars & restaurants, and only a 5-min walk from Piccadilly.

    Visit The Cow Hollow Hotel

Top 5 Attractions

  • The Manchester Arena is an indoor arena in Manchester, England, immediately north of the city centre and partly above Manchester Victoria station in air rights space.

    The arena has the highest seating capacity of any indoor venue in the United Kingdom, and second largest in the European Union with a capacity of 21,000 and is one of the world's busiest indoor arenas, hosting music and sporting events such as boxing and swimming. The arena was a key part of Manchester's bids to host the Olympic Games in 1996 and 2000 and was eventually used for the 2002 Commonwealth Games.

    Visit Phones4U / Manchester Arena

  • Canal Street, the centre of the Manchester Gay Village, is a street in Manchester city centre in North West England. The pedestrianised street, which runs along the west side of the Rochdale Canal, is lined with gay bars and restaurants.

    At night time, and in daytime in the warmer months, the street is filled with visitors, often including gay and lesbian tourists from all over the world.

    The northern end of the street meets Minshull Street and the southern meets Princess Street; part of the street looks across the Rochdale Canal into Sackville Park.

    Visit Canal Street

  • Chinatown in Manchester, England is an ethnic enclave in the city centre. It is the second largest Chinatown in the United Kingdom and the third largest in Europe. It has an archway on Faulkner Street which was completed in 1987 and contains many Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Nepali, Vietnamese, Singaporean and Malaysian restaurants, shops, bakeries and supermarkets.

    Visit Chinatown

  • Manchester Art Gallery, formerly Manchester City Art Gallery, is a publicly owned art museum on Mosley Street in Manchester city centre. The main gallery premises were built for a learned society in 1823 and today its collection occupies three connected buildings, two of which were designed by Sir Charles Barry. Both Barry's buildings are listed. The building that links them was designed by Hopkins Architects following an architectural design competition managed by RIBA Competitions. It opened in 2002 following a major renovation and expansion project undertaken by the art gallery.

    Manchester Art Gallery is free to enter and open seven days a week. It houses many works of local and international significance and has a collection of more than 25,000 objects. More than half a million people visited the museum in the period of a year, according to figures released in April 2014.

    Visit Manchester Art Gallery

  • The Royal Exchange is a grade II listed building in Manchester, England. It is located in the city centre on the land bounded by St Ann's Square, Exchange Street, Market Street, Cross Street and Old Bank Street. The complex includes the Royal Exchange Theatre and the Royal Exchange Shopping Centre. The Royal Exchange was heavily damaged in the Manchester Blitz and in the 1996 Manchester bombing. The current building is the last of several buildings on the site used for commodities exchange, primarily but not exclusively of cotton and textiles.

    Visit Royal Exchange Theatre

Top 5 Shopping Destinations

  • Afflecks (formerly Affleck's Palace) is an indoor market in Manchester, England, in the city's Northern Quarter on the junction of Church Street/Tib Street and Dale Street with Oldham Street. Dozens of independent stalls, small shops and boutiques operate in the one building. The building was once occupied by a department store called Affleck and Brown as a store and office space, hence the name.

    Visit Afflecks

  • Manchester Arndale (sometimes also known as the Arndale Centre or the Arndale, a term that has been widely used to describe a number of shopping centres in the UK) is a large shopping centre in Manchester, England.

    The centre was built in the 1970s when many other cities were constructing large malls. Manchester Arndale is the largest of a chain of Arndale Centres built across the UK in the 1960s and 1970s. It was constructed in phases between 1972 and 1979, at a cost of £100 million. The centre was redeveloped after the 1996 Manchester bombing. The centre has a retail floorspace of just under 1,500,000 sq ft (140,000 m2) (not including Selfridges and Marks and Spencer department stores to which it is connected via a link bridge), making it Europe's third largest city-centre shopping mall. It is one of the largest shopping centres in the UK with 41 million visitors annually, ahead of the Trafford Centre which attracts 35 million.

    Visit Manchester Arndale

  • Selfridges, also known as Selfridges & Co., is a chain of high-end department stores in the United Kingdom, operated by Selfridges Retail Limited. It was founded by Harry Gordon Selfridge in 1908. The flagship store on London's Oxford Street is the second largest shop in the UK (after Harrods) and opened 15 March 1909. Other Selfridges stores opened in the Trafford Centre (1998) and Exchange Square (2002) in Manchester, and in the Bullring in Birmingham (2003). In the 1940s, smaller provincial Selfridge stores were sold to the John Lewis Partnership, and in 1951, the original Oxford Street store was acquired by the Liverpool-based Lewis's chain of department stores. Lewis's and Selfridges were then taken over in 1965 by the Sears Group, owned by Charles Clore. Expanded under the Sears Group to include branches in Manchester and Birmingham, the chain was acquired in 2003 by Canada's Galen Weston for £598 million.

    Visit Selfridges

  • Spinningfields is an area of Manchester city centre, in North West England, developed in the 2000s between Deansgate and the River Irwell by Allied London Properties. The £1.5 billion project consists of twenty new buildings, totalling approximately 430,000 sq metres of commercial, residential and retail space. It takes its name from Spinningfield, a narrow street which ran westwards from Deansgate. In 1968, Spinningfield and the area to the south were turned into Spinningfield Square, an open paved area. The Manchester Civil Justice Centre is a landmark building of the scheme and construction commenced on 1 Spinningfields, a 90-metre office building, in early 2015.

    Visit Spinningfields

  • The Trafford Centre is a large indoor shopping centre and leisure complex in Greater Manchester, England. In the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, the centre is within the Trafford Park industrial estate, five miles west of Manchester city centre.

    The Trafford Centre opened in 1998 and is the third largest shopping centre in the United Kingdom by retail size.
    It was developed by the Peel Group and is owned by Intu Properties following a £1.65 billion sale in 2011, the largest single property acquisition in British history. As of 2017, the centre has a market value of £2.312 billion.

    Ten per cent of the UK population live within a 45-minute drive of the shopping centre, which attracts more than 35 million visits annually. It has Europe's largest food court in The Orient and the UK's busiest cinema, attracting more than 28,500 visitors each week. There are over 11,500 car parking spaces. The Trafford Park Line will form a direct Metrolink tram connection from the Trafford Centre to Manchester city centre via Pomona - construction began in 2016 and is expected to be operational by 2021.

    Visit The Trafford Centre



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