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Information about parking near Birmingham Hippodrome
There is always a show on for anyone to see in Birmingham at The Hippodrome, a weekend will rarely go by without you having a choice of some wonderful entertainment.
What you may miss out on are the not so well known and not so well advertised shows, which may well surprise you. Birmingham has a wealth of theatre on offer from The Cresent to the biggest and best experience at the Birmingham Hippodrome theatre.
A few of the Christmas shows at the crescent have already sold out so if you want to get involved, then I would head over to see what’s on at their site, I think it’s a definite worthwhile experience to check out what real theatre is like. If you are coming by bus, check times etc., by train you are only a 5-minute walk if you get off at New Street Station. Moor Street is only 11 minutes walk.
The is a big venue and home to the Royal Ballet, With a history spanning over the years the Birmingham Hippodrome theatre company have put on some brilliant shows in the past, and this year, they simply haven’t stopped. If you wish to visit yet have no idea how to find parking and public transport then let us help:
Some additional information about parking in birmingham hippodrome, to cater to all your parking needs
You find a number of parking spaces where to park in and around Birmingham on the streets, you usually will find a pay and display machine, and you can park for up to 4 hours at a time. Just ensure you are not parking on double yellow lines, this is forbidden.
Birmingham is full of parking spaces where to around the Birmingham Hippodrome, which are all only ever about 5 minutes walk away. The main ones for parking are Hurst Street Car Park or Pershore Car Park. The most you are charged is a small fee for a number of hours parked, and you can book online if need be.
Birmingham is fantastic for buses, you have a big network linking all its passengers to everything around Birmingham, you are also blessed with great train stations that are only 5-minute walks away from the Birmingham Hippodrome. If you need a taxi, then you will find plenty of taxi ranks around the town centre. Finding those parking spaces where to park is never a problem.
In and around Birmingham, you have plenty of spots just allocated to those with a Blue Badge to park safely. If you have a Blue Badge allows you to park anywhere within reason around Birmingham.
When you enter a parking zone, you can read the restrictions usually at the pay point, cars are not allowed to park on double yellow lines.
Parking in Birmingham on a bank holiday is always free as long as you don’t park on double yellows or in a disabled spot when you are not disabled.
Drop off points and pick up points are on Hurst Street or Inge Street, you can enter the theatre through the main front doors on Hurst Street.
Surrounding the Birmingham Hippodrome, other attractions are all around you from the museums to the National Sea Life Centre and much more. Undoubtedly you are never short of things to do in Birmingham.