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There are a number of Apple Stores in the UK. You can find them in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

Below are the stores arranged alphabetically based on the name of the town or city it is located in.

A quick note before you continue reading. For an urban area to have a city status in the UK is very hard. The city status is granted by the monarch.

Store number 1 is at Union Square in Aberdeen. Located in northeast Scotland, Aberdeen is the third-most populous city in Scorland. There are two universities in this city.


Store number 2 is at Festival Place in Basingstoke. It is the largest town in the administrative county of Hampshire. So, cities are excluded when I said the previous sentence. It is 48 km northeast of Southampton and 77 km southwest of London.


Store number 3 is at SouthGate in Bath. Bath is the largest city in the county of Somerset. It is about 156 km west of London and 18 km southeast of Bristol. Bath is a World Heritage Site. The city has two universities.


Store number 4 is at Victoria Square in Belfast. It is the capital and the largest city of Northern Ireland.

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Store number 5 is in Birmingham. It is a city and a metropolitan borough in England. It is the second-largest city and metropolitan area in England. Birmingham is part of West Midlands metropolitan county, which is the second-most populous county in England after Greater London. Birmingham is approximately 160 km far from Central London.

Store number 6 is at Churchill Square in Brighton. Brighton by itself is a seaside resort which is part of a city called Brighton and Hove. Located 76 km south of London, it houses the European headquarter of American Express. Churchill Square is the principal shopping centre of the city.


Store number 7 is at Cabot Circus in Bristol. It is a city and also a county in southwest England.


Store number 8 is at Cribbs Causeway in Bristol as well.


Store number 9 is in Bromley. It is a large town in southeast London. It is part of London Borough of Bromley.


Store number 10 is at Grand Arcade in Cambridge. Approximately located 89 km north of London, this city is part of the Cambridgeshire County. The University of Cambridge is located here.


Store number 11 is at St David’s 2 in Cardiff. It is the capital city of Wales. St David’s 2, built in 2009, is the extension of St David’s – the third-busiest shopping centre in the UK.


Store number 12 is on Princes Street in Edinburgh. It is the capital of Scotland and the the second-most populous city in Scotland, after Glasgow. University of Edinburgh is located in this city. Princes Street is the main shopping street in Edinburgh.

Store number 13 is on Princesshay in Exeter. It is a city in the county of Devon. It’s about 58 km northeast of Plymouth and 105 km southwest of Bristol. The Met Office is located in Exeter.


Store number 14 is at Metrocentre in Gateshead. Located in the Metropolitan County of Tyne and Wear, Gateshead is a large town on the southern bank of River Tyne across Newcastle upon Tyne.


Store number 15 is at Braehead in Glasgow. It is the most populous city in Scotland and the third-most populous city in the UK.


Store number 16 is in Glasgow as well. It is on Buchanan Street. This street is the main shopping street in the city.

Store number 17 is at Lakeside in Grays. It is the largest town in the Borough of Thurrock in the County of Essex.


Store number 18 is at Bluewater in Greenhithe. It is a town in the Borough of Dartford in the County of Kent. Bluewater is in the Top 5 largest shopping centres in the UK. It is actually located out of town, in a village called Stone.


Store number 19 is at Bentall Centre in Kingston upon Thames. Kingston upon Thames is a town and part of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.


Store number 20 is at Trinity Leeds in Leeds. Leeds is the largest city in the Metropolitan County of West Yorkshire. It is approximately 270 km north of London.


Store number 21 is at Highcross in Leicester. Leicester is a city in the county of Leicestershire.


Store number 22 is in Liverpool. It is a city in the Metropolitan County of Merseyside. The Apple Store is located in Liverpool One, the largest open-air shopping centre in the UK.


Store number 23 is at Brent Cross in London. London is the capital and the largest city of England and of the UK. London’s universities form the largest concentration of higher education institutions in Europe.

Brent Cross Shopping Centre is located in Hendon in the London Borough of Barnet. It is the largest London borough by population.


Store number 24 is at Covent Garden in London.


Store number 25 is on Regent Street also in London. It is a major shopping street in the West End of London. It is in the City of Westminster, a London borough that holds a city status. Here in this city, is where the Buckingham Palace, 10 Downing Street can be found.

Store number 26 is at Stratford City in London too. The shopping mall is located in Stratford in the London Borough of Newham.


Store number 27 is at White City in London as well. White City is located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.


Store number 28 is at Manchester Arndale in Manchester. It is a city in the Metropolitan County of Greater Manchester.


Store number 29 is at Trafford Centre in Manchester as well. Trafford Centre is actually located in the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, still in the Metropolitan County of Greater Manchester.


Store number 30 is in Milton Keynes. It is a town and a borough in the county of Buckinghamshire, located about 80 km northwest of London.


Store number 31 is at Eldon Square in Newcastle upon Tyne. It is a city in the Metropolitan County of Tyne and Wear. As we know from above, there is an Apple Store on the southern bank of River Tyne. Newcastle has one on its northern bank.

Newcastle is the most populous city in the North East. It is about 166 km south of Edinburgh and 446 km north of London.


Store number 32 is at Chapelfield in Norwich. It is a city in the County of Norfolk, located about 160 km northeast of London.


Store number 33 is at Drake Circus in Plymouth. It is a city in the County of Devon. The city is located about 60 km southwest of Exeter and 310 km far from London.


Store number 34 is at The Oracle in Reading. It is a large town in the County of Berkshire. It is 64 km west of London.


Store number 35 is at Meadowhall in Sheffield. It is a city in the Metropolitan County of South Yorkshire.


Store number 36 is at Touchwood Centre in Solihull. It is a town in the Metropolitan County of West Midlands. The town is situated about 12 km southeast of Birmingham and 180 km northwest of London.


Store number 37 is in Southampton. It is a city in the County of Hampshire. It is situated 110 km southwest of London and 24 km northwest of Portsmouth. To be exact, the Apple Store is at Westquay Shopping Centre.


Store number 38 is in Watford. It is a town in the County of Hertfordshire.