The Spires Shopping Centre (also referred to as Barnet Spires) is a shopping centre in Barnet, north London, England. It is located in the centre of the town, on the High Street. The Spires gained its name by incorporating the two spires of the Methodist church that had formerly stood on the site into the street-front facade of the shopping centre.
It has many hallmarks of a smaller suburban shopping centre, and receives around 70,000 visitors per week. It is unenclosed, and has two open-air atria along its length for people to pass through as they use the centre. Today these open areas are occupied by seating areas for several cafes. There is also an attached multi-storey car park, intended for use of visitors to the centre and the neighbouring high street.