Where do you park when visiting the British Museum?

Where do you park when visiting the British Museum?

Visited by over 6 million visitors each year! Parking in Russell Square can often be difficult due to resident permits so take the easy option and use our Russell Square – RCP car park on Herbrand Street. Located close to the British Library, Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Charles Dickens museum.

Does the British Museum have parking?

Located in the busy Bloomsbury area of London, car parking around the British Museum is notoriously tricky. Book a car parking space in advance at our London Shaftesbury car park, and you can enjoy further benefits, including: Saving money on our ‘pay for the day’ rates.

Can I park near the Natural History Museum?

Parking for the Natural History Museum is available just a few minutes walk away at our Gloucester Road – Holiday Inn car park. pre-book online to guarantee reduced rates.

Is Natural History Museum in congestion charge zone?

The Museums are not within the Congestion Charge zone, but depending on where you’re driving from, you might have to drive through the zone since its border is fairly close by – so be sure to plan your route appropriately.

Where can you park to avoid congestion charge in London?

Q-Park has 8 secure car parks outside the congestion zone, conveniently located close to tube stations to assist you on your journey:

  • Park Lane.
  • Marble Arch.
  • Queensway.
  • Knightsbridge.
  • Pimlico.
  • St. John’s Wood.
  • Tower Bridge.
  • Church Street.

Where can I park my car in London?

Best Place to Park for London – Car Parks: These include Park Lane, Trafalgar Square, Harley Street, Chinatown, Oxford Street, Leicester Square, Victoria, Knightsbridge, and Queensway. You can use the Parkopedia website to search for parking spaces at your destination when planning ahead.

How can I avoid the Congestion Charge Zone?

How do I Avoid the Congestion Charge?

  1. Time your visit so that you will only be driving after 6pm on weekdays or at the weekend.
  2. Download a free parking app, or check the parking notices and drive around to find pay and display bays, as they are the ones that are usually free at particular times.

Where does the Congestion Charge start in London?

The Congestion Charge Zone covers most of central London including the City of Westminster, the City of London and parts of the London Boroughs of Camden, Lambeth and Southwark.

Is there a car park around the British Museum?

A superb attraction for the whole family. Located in the busy Bloomsbury area of London, car parking around the British Museum is notoriously tricky. To avoid unwanted encounters with traffic wardens, our London Bloomsbury Square car park is only four minutes’ walk away. Park your car and prepare to enjoy your visit.

Are there any NCP car parks in London?

And with many NCP car parks throughout the city of London, parking is easy and hassle free. So whether you’re catching a show in the vibrant West End, exploring Borough Market or treating yourself at the shops, you’ll never be far from where you want to be.

Is there parking at the museums?

You won’t find any parking at the museums, and local parking is extremely limited. Thankfully, you can find a space at an NCP car park nearby.

Where to Park near Harrods and the museums?

For parking close to both Harrods and the museums, try our car park at London Pavilion Road. Our car park close to High Street Kensington tube station is just a short distance along Kensington Gardens from Exhibition Road. For parking that’s just a few minutes’ walk from the museums, book your space at our car park at Cadogan Place Gardens.