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Information about Nottingham City Centre parking


Located in the heart of the East Midlands, Nottingham is a vibrant and bustling city with a population of over 330,000 people.
Nottingham is known for its impressive network of caves, which are hidden beneath the city streets. In fact, there are over 500 of them beneath the city, some dating back to the medieval period! While you won't be able to park your car in the caves, there are plenty of other options available.

If you're driving into the city, you'll be pleased to know that Nottingham has a range of parking options to suit every need. Whether you're looking for short-term or long-term parking, on-street or off-street, we've got you covered. Read on for a run-down of all things parking in Nottingham.


 

Parking in Nottingham City Centre


The biggest car parks in Nottingham city centre are Broadmarsh, Lace Market and Trinity Square. There are also other smaller ones, such as Nottingham Castle and Curzon Street. All of those are open 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Don't forget to look out for any Park Smart signs around the city. They will give you live info on the number of spaces available in each car park.

For more information on parking locations and restrictions in Nottingham city centre, check out the Nottingham City Council website.

It’s not hard to find cheap parking in Nottingham City Centre. Prices vary by location, but hourly rates start from as little as £1. You can also park for free on some on-street parking spaces overnight between 8pm and 8am.

If you're planning to park for an extended period of time, you may be able to get a better rate on Stashbee. We offer lots of parking spots from local Hosts suitable for cars, motorcycles and even caravans.

There are several electric vehicle charging stations in Nottingham City Centre that EV drivers can use. You can find them at Victoria Centre car park, Broadmarsh, Sheinton Market Square Nottingham Arena, and Lace Market.


 
 

Nearby attractions


Nottingham City Centre is steeped in history and boasts a range of attractions, from ancient castles to contemporary art galleries. Here are five must-see places to visit:


Nottingham Castle


Originally built by William the Conqueror in 1068, Nottingham Castle has played a significant role in the city's history. It was destroyed in 1651 and rebuilt in 1678, and is now a museum and art gallery.

The castle offers stunning views of the city and has plenty of parking nearby at the Castle car park, as well as the NCP Maid Marian Way.

 

Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem


This pub claims to be the oldest in England, with parts of the building dating back to 1189. The pub is built into the cliff beneath Nottingham Castle and has a fascinating history, including a network of caves that were used for brewing beer.

The nearest car parks are the NCP Maid Marian Way and the Lace Market.

 

Old Market Square


Known as the heart of Nottingham, Old Market Square is the largest public space in the city. It's surrounded by shops, restaurants, and cafes, and hosts a range of events throughout the year.

You can park at the Victoria Centre car park, which is just a few minutes' walk away.

 

City of Caves


The city of Nottingham is built on a labyrinth of sandstone caves, which were used as everything from homes to pubs to air-raid shelters. The City of Caves attraction takes visitors on a tour of some of these underground spaces, offering a fascinating insight into the city's history.

Park at the Stoney Street NCP Car Park, which is open 24 hours.

 

Nottingham Contemporary


This art gallery showcases contemporary art from around the world and has hosted exhibitions by famous artists such as David Hockney and Yoko Ono.

It's located in the Lace Market area and is easily accessible from the Lace Market Car Park.

These attractions are just a small sample of what Nottingham has to offer. To make the most of your visit, be sure to plan ahead and check out the many other things to see and do in the city.

 
 

Public transport


If you're looking to get to Nottingham city centre by public transport, there are plenty of options to choose from. Here's a rundown of some of the most popular modes of transport:
 

Trains


Nottingham is well-served by train, with regular services to London, Birmingham, Manchester, and other major cities. The main train station is located in the city centre, making it a convenient option for travellers.

 

Buses


Nottingham also has a comprehensive bus network, with services to and from the city centre and surrounding areas. The main bus station is located in the city centre, just a short walk from the train station.

The NCTX Buses app allows users to buy tickets for Nottingham City Transport buses, as well as to track their bus in real time.

 

Trams


Nottingham also has a tram system, known as the Nottingham Express Transit (NET). The trams run through the city centre and out to surrounding areas.

You can purchase tram tickets at ticket machines or using the NET mobile app.

There are several park and ride options for the tram, including the Forest Park and Ride and the Toton Lane Park and Ride.

 

Cycling


Cycling is a popular mode of transport in Nottingham, with many cycle routes and lanes throughout the city.
There are several bike parking facilities in the city centre, including the Nottingham Station Cycle Hub and the Victoria Centre Cycle Hub.

You can find more info on Nottingham City Council’s website.

 
 

Renting out your Parking Space with Stashbee


Transform your unused driveway or parking space into a money-making asset by renting it out with Stashbee. Enjoy hassle-free payments and always get paid on time when you rent your parking space to fellow Glaswegians or visitors.

Wondering how much you can earn by renting out your parking space in Nottingham City Centre? Your earnings will depend on the type of parking space you have and its location. To find out how much you could potentially earn, use our earnings calculator, which provides estimates based on what current Stashbee Hosts in Nottingham are earning. Plus, it's completely free to list your space!

 
 

Q&A


Yes, there are EV charging points in several locations, including at Q-Park Talbot Street, Victoria Centre and Broadmarsh car parks. Check out this interactive map from Zap Map.

Yes. When it comes to disabled parking, blue badge holders can park for free in any on-street pay and display parking bay provided that their badge is clearly visible.

There are limited areas with free on-street parking in Nottingham City Centre, including streets near the Arboretum and Castle. However, restrictions apply and visitors are advised to check signs.

Parking is usually free overnight and on weekends in Nottingham City Centre, although restrictions apply in certain areas, so it's best to check signage carefully.

Yes, visitors can pay for parking using their phone in Nottingham City Centre, with popular apps such as RingGo and PayByPhone accepted across most car parks.

There are several car parks that offer long-stay options, such as Nottingham Station and Q-Park Talbot Street. If you’re after a more affordable solution, then check out spaces available on Stashbee.

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Monthly pricing for parking in
Nottingham City Centre

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£40
Average
£47
High
£63

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