This part of the shopping complex contains the Monument metro station downstairs.You can enter it from Northumberland Street beside Zavvi or from the Grey's Monument entrance.There seems to be ever changing shops in some parts.At the time of writing there is two art gallery type stores and a Newcastle United store along with a card shop.
Downstairs you'll find a hairdressers and it has a TK MAX which leads out to the basement floor in Fenwicks department store.
It's not a wonderful place but a good shortcut through to Northumberland Street or to Monument metro station.
monument mall is a great little shopping centre
LOVE tkmaxx - some great bargains to be had all year round! - especially great selection of luggage for the holidays! they really do have top brand at very low prices
Monument mall is a little shopping centre in the middle of Newcastle. It has a range of shops such as Body Shop TK Maxx, Newcastle FC shop and more. There is also a food section above the shopping level.
I would recommend visiting here as a much smaller alternative to Eldon Square.
The monument is a good little mall it has four levels, the fourth being a food court with a wide varity of foods from pizza, fish and chips to healthier options. the lowest level has a massive TK max the middle two floors are shared between a few more shops most notable, JJB Sports, Peacoks, and Wallis. Its a great place to pick up a few items you need or go for some food away from the busy streets. The building is very open which gives it a grand big feel, its always very cool in the summer.
I don't really think of this place as a mall, since it is very small and on the corner of Northumberland Street. It is multi level (with the very lower level meeting Monument Metro station. This leads into TK Maxx. There is also a three floor Zavvi music store, an Evans, Thorntons, Art shop, Newcastle United store, Card shop, Boots and Millies Cookies. There is a small hair-product cart in the centre and a floor with nothing but food outlets, although these are very lacking, mostly serving chips, pizza and low quality fast food. It is not a place you can 'hang out' or a place you'd want to spend much time unless you want to visit a particular store. The TK Maxx shop is probably the biggest draw, a large store with plenty of bargains, staff a little harrassed by the business but worth a look.
A rather small place on several levels there are entrances on northumberland street as well as metor station which has an entrance to the bottom floor which has tk maxx the next floor has millies cookies card shop a gadget shop further up their is a large sports shop and on the top floor a large food court with several cafes the toilets here are rather scruffy but there are some payphones here if you need one. Not much here really and too close to the much better eldon square for many people to bother with
Monument Mall is a tiny little shopping centre in the middle of Newcastle. It is built above Monument metro stop and has short cuts to it from inside. It also has a TK Maxx, Body Shop, Zavvi, Millies Cookies and a Toni and Guys to name a few. It has a very small food court which is always quiet and a nice place to take your gran.
This is a small shopping mall in the centre of Newcastle, you can acsess this from Northumberland Street or from Eldon Square through Fenwicks. Its just got a few shops over 3 floors, a large sports scocer takes over 1 floor and a basic food court on the top floor. There is also a large Newcastle United shop and a couple of unusual shops on the lower floor selling a range of gifts/candels etc, aswell as a TK Max. Its more of a access point to other parts of Eldon Square/Newcastle streets than a shopping mall.
Monument Mall is a small shopping centre in the heart of Newcastle. It is actually situated on top of the Monument metro station. There are various shops inside the mall including Zavvi, Millies Cookies, Newcastle United shop, TK Maxx, Toni and Guys and Body Shop. The shops are set out over various floors but they are all very close. At the very top of the mall there is a food court which serves many different types of food including jacked potatoes, pizza, fish and chips and pasta. The staff are very helpful in the food court but can get angry if you sit in the wrong place. There is also clean toilets in the food court.
small but pretty shopping centre the shops arnt up to much but it has a milllies cookies and TKMAX which is one of my fav's.
i wouldnt recomend the food court though has a school dinners look to it.
This is a tiny shopping mall which is about 50 times smaller than the Metro Centre. Monument Metro station is on the lower level of the mall and you can exit through it. The smell of Millies Cookies will tempt you as you short cut through the mall while it's raining or to simply avoid the outside crowds. There is a food hall on the upper level and shops such as Zavvi, Bodyshop, NUFC Store and TK Maxx. Don't worry, you won't get lost.
I think Monument Mall Shopping Centre is too small to be called shopping centre. It has not got more than 20 shops I think. The only benefit is it's close to Monument metro (tube) station and its TKmaxx. Apart from that, I don't see the shopping benefit there. It is nice and modern shopping centre, but it's just too tiny. ooh I forgot to mention its tiny food hall as well. It's right in the city centre though, so It can complement your christmas shopping in Eldon Square (another shopping centre next to it). However, Monument mall may be useful when you want to look for bargains that is otherwise sold out in other shop branch in Eldon Square or Metro Centre as not many people go to this tiny mall.
Small shopping centre with a limited amount of shops. There are some ok places in here but not many. The best is probably TK Maxx in the basement next to the metro station entrance. There is also a large food court on the very top floor. This is also where the only toilets are.
its all here.the metro center, a good place to go out for a day,with over 50 different shop's including an indoor theme park
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