Welcome back!

Non-essential shops and some indoor leisure attractions are now open.


Everything you need to know about
re-opening at TraffordCity

The planned roadmap out of COVID 19 restrictions is continuuing and we'll be keeping you updated on which attractions, shops and restaurants are likely to open and when. Stay tuned to this page for the latest information and visit the gov.uk website here

What's open now?

As well as outdoor leisure, non-essential shops and some indoor leisure attractions can now open.

Non essential shops are open

From 12 April all non-essential shops are allowed to open including The Trafford Centre and Chill Factore at BEYOND.

Restaurants will be allowed to serve customers sitting outdoors, including alcohol.

The Trafford Centre welcomes visitors from 12 April

Visitors will can now safely enjoy The Trafford Centre experience from 12 April, with favourite brands such as Selfridges, John Lewis, Zara and Primark at Barton Square all reopening their doors.

Lots of new brands and promotions will also be joining the centre, including Gym+Coffee, Polestar, Chopstix, Tommy Hilfiger, Pop Specs and Forever Unique.

Dining-in at restaurants and indoor entertainment venues will re-open later, as part of the government’s roadmap. A wide range of restaurants, such as Tampopo, Five Guys, Archie’s, Barburrito and Slim Chickens, will be offering a takeaway service from 12 April - with visitors welcome to enjoy their food and drink on one of the centre’s many outdoor areas.

Outdoor leisure is open

Outdoor sport facilities can now open, including golf courses, outdoor leisure and tennis courts. This means Trafford Golf Centre, Dino Falls Adventure Golf, Trafford Treetop Adventures, David Lloyd Clubs (outdoor tennis and fitness) and City Airport & Heliport

are open.

People are allowed to meet outside, either with one other household or within the "rule of six".

Also, from 12 April David Lloyd Club gyms can reopen for individuals and households and indoor leisure facilities such as Chill Factore and iFLY able re-open but only for use by people on their own or with their household.

Hairdressers and beauty salons can reopen.

Altitude games at Chill Factore

From 17 May

From 17 May pubs and restaurants can seat customers indoors and indoor entertainment such as cinemas and Play Factore soft play area can re-open.

Indoor group sports at Chill Factore and iFLY plus group exercise classes at David Lloyd Clubs can re-open.

Child sky diving at iFLY

From 21 June

From 21 June it's hoped that all legal limits on social contact can be removed.

These dates are a guide to what is expected we recommend visiting the gov.uk website and also contacting attractions directly if you are planning to visit.

We can't wait to see you soon!

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