Do you live in the East Midlands and need a good shopping spree? Well you’ve come to the right page at least, because the Westfield Centre in Derby is the most conveniently accessible and diverse shopping centre you’ll find for miles.
The setting where Westfield Centre now sits was originally called The Eagle Market, to be later evolved into the Eagle Centre. The Eagle Centre was opened in 1975 after a controversial demolition of late 19th c. houses that surrounded Eagle Market. It operated as so until 2007 when the expansions to the centre was opened, allowing for up to 200 shops, and the centre was renamed to Westfield Centre. The current building is partly owned by Westfield and Hermes.
Located in the city centre, Westfield Derby is easily accessible from any of the main A roads that lead to the centre. Depending on where you are coming from, take the A road leading to the centre by following the signs. There is ample parking at Westfield Derby for all shoppers and visitors, and it isn’t too expensive. If you are coming from the train station, head North West from the station where you will find an entrance on Traffic Street.
There are plenty Places to eat near Westfield Derby. After a long day of browsing shops and carrying bags, have some down time at restaurants around Westfield Derby. You may be visiting Derby for the first time specifically for this day, so avoid being stranded and book a table at a restaurant near Westfield Derby through Go dine to be prepared. All the options we provide you are easily accessible within a 15 mile radius, making the restaurants close to Westfield Derby from Go dine a good choice for you and your party.
Did you know the Westfield Centre in Derby is open daily, with late night shopping up to 8 pm on Thursday and Fridays?