Funshopping in Roermond
Roermond’s Designer Outlet
You will find over 100 shops with 200 top brands at very cheap prices in the Designer Outlet, the largest outlet in the Benelux countries and Germany. You can buy your favourite brands at discounts of 30 to 70% off the regular retail price! You can also park easily at the Designer Outlet and there are also a lot of fun cafes and restaurants. In short, it’s a super shopping paradise!
Part of McArthurGlen Designer Outlets
McArthurGlen Designer Outlets is part of McArthurGlen Group, Europe’s leading owner, developer and manager of designer outlets. The Group, which currently owns no less than 21 Designer Outlets, introduced Europe to the concept of designer outlet retailing in 1995. Shoppers are drawn to McArthurGlen’s Designer Outlets by the year-round savings of 30-70 per cent on the most sought-after brands in luxury, designer and high street fashion.
Editor's tip: Did you know that as a non-EU citizen, you can also enjoy a tax deduction on your purchases? Ask shop owners for a Tax Refund receipt with your purchases.
Entertainment for the children
If you want to shop, it’s also very useful if the children can enjoy themselves. For that reason, plenty of entertainment for children has been ensured at the Designer Outlet. Little ones from 3 years old can enjoy themselves on water slides, in tunnels, in windmills, and there are even kids’ cabs (available for rent), providing perfect entertainment for your children.
Plan your visit
Designer Outlet Roermond welcomes you all year round, 363 days per year, for all your bottom-price shopping desires.
Mondays – Fridays 10:00 to 20:00 Saturdays & Sundays 09:00 to 20:00 Address: Stadsweide 2, Roermond
Tip: don’t forget your free Shopping Guide. Pick up your guide at one of the entrances or at the Information Centre (next to Polo Ralph Lauren store).
Discover Roermond’s surroundings
In addition to the Designer Outlet, Roermond also has a lovely town centre with cultural attractions such as the Munsterkerk and St Christoffel’s cathedral.
The area around Roermond is also well worth a visit. At the Maasplassen, Holland’s largest water sports area, you can wander along the beaches, rent a boat for yourself or take a beautiful boat tour.
In addition, a nice walk through the De Meinweg National Park is definitely recommended, and don’t miss the idyllic little town of Thorn with its white houses!