Powerscourt Shopping Centre

Powerscourt is a cultural and speciality shopping centre offering top fashion, food, art and antiques in Dublin.

This Dublin shopping centre is popular with fashionistas and Dubliners alike as it successfully combines fashion and culture. This centre is widely known for it's cultural emphasis. Exhibitions take place monthly at the Solomon Art Gallery.  Dining is very popular at Powerscourt as there is an excellent selection of cafes, restaurants and pub grub to choose from.

This centre is steeped in history and was built in 1760 as a townhouse for Lord Powerscourt. It has one of the finest Georgian staircases in Dublin and offers well-established antique shops that have been operating successfully for over 20 years.

Powerscourt Shopping Centre provides cutting-edge fashion offering upmarket high street stores such as French Connection and Eden Park.  The reputable and unique Design Centre  is currently supplying Irish and International designers superior lines. Powerscourt Shopping Centre have exclusively introduced Brazil Body, a sport store carrying an exclusive Brazilian range.

The Antiques section is still a central point of the centre since it opened 20 years ago. Courtville Antiques, Silver Shop and Delphi Antiques who deal in silver, porcelain and antique wearable jewellery are a real find for any antique-lover. Shoppers can also enjoy a complete makeover by visiting Colour Me Beautiful or find the perfect dress-up costume for any party at Wigwam.

Bridal wear is available at Town Bride and Ciara Bridal and in both outlets its possible to get dresses designed. There are a choice of jewelers, Emma Stewart Liberty who specialises in silver, Michael Perry who specialises in diamonds and Patrick Flood who is a general jeweler and will design on site. Equinox and Appleby's  are also downstairs.

Gifts can be found at Concepts or Bonsai. Engraver (Universal Workshop) is very popular for Christmas gifts and there are two stalls selling crystals and jewellery on the ground floor. Giles Norman Photography  offers an array of signed images perfect as presents for loved ones.

Shoppers in need of refueling will enjoy an excellent pub menu at Ba Mizu. Vegetarians can sit back and indulge at Cafe Fresh. La Corte  and Mimo's provide delicious lunches. And for coffee addicts, Gloria Jeans Coffee Shop is a must.

Powerscourt Shopping Centre prides itself in offering many exclusive labels and stores.

Powerscourt Shopping Centre

Opening Hours:
10am-6pm;
Late Thursdays until 8pm,
Sundays 12pm-6pm.

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre,
South William St.,
Dublin 2.
Tel.: + 353 (1)-6794144

Powerscourt Shopping Centre
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