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There are multiple options when it comes to parking near Brighton Marina. From on-street parking to large multistory offerings, there are ample spaces available 24-hours a day to meet your parking needs at Brighton Marina.
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Some additional information about parking in brighton marina, to cater to all your parking needs
On-street parking in the Brighton and Hove municipality differs greatly from street to street. Brighton Marina has limited on-street parking, and it’s important to check for signs of restrictions and costs upon arrival. While a limited number of streets are on a pay and display basis, on others parking is prohibited at all times.
There is an abundance of off-street parking near to Brighton Marina, dominated by several publically and privately-owned car parks. Black Rock Car Park is a 61 space council-run car park which is open 24 hours a day with free parking between 6:00 pm and 9:00 am. The marina is home to a large multi-story car park which offers free parking for 1500 cars for up to 4 hours – an excellent choice for those visiting the marina for a limited amount of time.
Brighton Marina is easily accessible from the centre of the city using the extensive bus network. From Old Steine in the heart of Brighton, bus number 7 takes approximately 20 minutes to reach the marina. The number 7 also departs from the train station before calling at Old Steine for those who are arriving in Brighton by rail.
All car parks in the United Kingdom are required by law to offer free disabled parking to Blue Badge holders. There are designated spaces for those who are badge holders located close to the entrance and exits of major attractions and buildings. Visitors who have a Blue Badge are also able to park on single or double yellow lines for free for a maximum of three hours. The main exception to this is when there is a ‘no loading’ sign when no parking is permitted.
Parking restrictions vary from street to street. As a general rule of thumb, no parking is permitted on double yellow lines – except for disables badge holders – while single yellow lines mean that parking is restricted times of the day. A sign will indicate when parking is and isn’t allowed.
Parking in Brighton has no special exceptions on bank holidays due to the limited space available in the city. Where parking is free at the weekends – this will also be the case on any public holiday in Brighton.
There are no specified pick-up and drop-off points close to Brighton Marina. However, cars are permitted to stop for a limited amount of time where double and single yellow lines are not visible. Pick-up and drop-off are also possible in the multistorey car park where parking is free.
Located to the east of Brighton centre, the marina is popular with nautical enthusiasts and those looking to take a trip along the city’s pristine coastline. There are also a number of bars and restaurants as well as a range of shops and outlets offering beauty services and medical care facilities. Central Brighton is a mere 30-minute walk from parking in Brighton Marina where you can discover attractions including the exotic Pavillion, the charming shopping Laines and the Brighton Eye offering views for miles across the verdant South Downes.