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St Nicholas Shopping Centre in Aberdeen

- Guide to the facilities and shops.

stnicholascentre The St Nicholas Shopping Centre was opened on the 3rd October 1985 by the Lord Provost Henry Rae.

Shops within the complex include Dixons, Ernest Jones, La Senza, Marks and Spencer, Next, Phones4u, River Island, Silverscreen, Starbucks, The Body Shop, The Perfume Shop and WH Smith.

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La Senza

Marks and Spencer

A Post Office is located on the upper floor.

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St Nicholas Centre
Disabled facilities include wheelchair access and automatic opening doors.

Visitors can walk across the pedestrian walk to the Bon Accord Centre.

St Nicholas Centre Opening Hours:

Monday: 0900 - 1730
Tuesday: 0900 - 1730
Wednesday: 0900 - 1730
Thursday 0900 - 2000
Friday: 0900 - 1730
Saturday: 0900 - 1730
Sunday 1100 - 1700
Bank Holidays: 1100 - 1700

Contact Address, Telephone Number and Website for The St Nicholas Shopping Centre:

St Nicholas Centre
Management Suite
AB10 1HW

01224 645420

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Next moved from the St Nicholas Shopping Centre in Aberdeen to the adjacent Bon Accord Centre in August 2009.

Former shops that were on the site of the St Nicholas Centre include the Reid and Pearson department store which opened its doors in 1926 and ceased trading in 1973. It occupied the site of St Nicholas Street and Schoolhill which is now the entrance to the St Nicholas Centre.

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