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Information about parking near Birmingham Snow Hill Station
Birmingham Snow Hill station is quite straightforward to reach by car – located just below the end of the A38, and just off the A4400 which snakes its way right through the city.
Parking on-street near the station can be difficult as its central location contributes to particularly high parking charges and demand. However, there are a good number of off-street spaces available in nearby locations.
JustPark provides information on a wide choice of parking options near Birmingham Snow Hill station, many of which are reservable – including spaces on-street and off-street, from driveways to car parks.
Birmingham Snow Hill station is located within Birmingham’s Inner City Controlled Parking Zone. On-street parking charges within this zone are the most expensive in all of Birmingham, but are still relatively well priced in comparison to some other major cities. On-street parking charges apply from 8am-7.30pm, Monday-Sunday, but a maximum stay of 2 hours is enforced during these times. There are many spaces available throughout the city centre, but with the high demand and high fares it might be worth considering parking less centrally – or using nearby off-street options.
You can use the JustPark parking map to find information on available on-street parking spaces near Birmingham Snow Hill station.
Birmingham City Council provide an off-street multi-storey car park to serve the station. Snow Hill multi-storey car park (Snow Hill, Birmingham, B3 2BJ) charges 24/7 but is only open from 6am-11.30pm, Monday-Saturday, and from 8am-9pm on Sundays. However, it is ideally located and has hundreds of spaces with competitive city centre parking rates. JustPark shows information on prices and availability for this car park.
Privately run car parks nearby in the city centre generally do not rival the fares of council-operated Snow Hill car park and tend to be very expensive.
JustPark offers a range of reservable spaces near Birmingham Snow Hill – in both council and commercially-run car parks, as well as at hotels, offices and on private driveways. You can browse these options and book a guaranteed space via our website or app.
Location Operator Price Max Stay Birmingham Royal Angus National Car Parks £7.50 / 2 hours Snow Hill Birmingham City Council £1.50 / hour Birmingham Londonderry House National Car Parks £7.50 / 2 hours Birmingham New Street Station Car Park Apcoa (UK) Ltd £2.00 / 40 minutes Great Charles Street car park Birmingham City Council £1.50 / hour
Disabled drivers displaying their Blue Badge can park for free and with no maximum stay in any of the city’s on-street pay-and-display spaces – as well as in the council-operated Snow Hill car park (Snow Hill, Birmingham, B3 2BJ).
Blue Badge holders may also park on single or double yellow lines for up to 3 hours, as long as there is no clear obstruction to bus routes or any loading bans signalled on location.
You can filter when searching on JustPark to show all our parking spaces with disabled access around Birmingham Snow Hill station (select this option by clicking ‘Filters’ on the search results page).
Birmingham Snow Hill station is located within Birmingham’s Inner City Controlled Parking Zone – in which restrictions remain in place on all days of the week, from 8am-7.30pm, with a maximum stay of 2 hours always enforced. There is often a high demand for the on-street spaces near to the station due to its close proximity to popular areas of the city centre.
On the JustPark parking map, we’ll only show you spaces which you’re allowed to park in/are not restricted at the times you search.
On-street parking charges in the Inner City Zone apply on all days – including Bank Holidays – from 8am-7.30pm.
Overnight parking is available at the council-operated Snow Hill car park (Snow Hill, Birmingham, B3 2BJ), where they offer a very competitive 24 hour rate.
Enter your dates and times on our search results page to see what’s available overnight.
There is no designated drop-off and pick-up point at Birmingham Snow Hill, as the station is in quite a tricky location – so be careful stopping on any of the roads nearby, as they are mostly busy double yellow-lined bus routes.
Birmingham Snow Hill station is located at the northern end of Birmingham city centre, but is still very much in the thick of everything there is to do in the local area. Just a short walk south, in amongst the city buildings, you’ll find St. Philip’s Cathedral in all its glory surrounded by a lovely green square – perfect for an escape whilst waiting for a train. Keep walking south and you’ll be deep in the heart of the second largest city in the UK – with some of the finest shops, bars and restaurants this country has to offer.