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Information about parking near Greenwich Park
Greenwich Park is one of the largest Royal Parks in the UK covering about 183 acres of land. It is an all-season tourist attraction site, but most tourists come to visit around June and July. There are many ways of getting to the park, with driving being one of them. Finding where to park near the park is easy and swift thanks to JustPark, where all parking spaces in Greenwich have been listed. Visitors also have the option of reserving some spots in advance.
Some additional information about parking in greenwich park, to cater to all your parking needs
Finding where to park on the streets near Greenwich Park is not as easy as off-street parking. However, you can find a few open spaces, which are managed by the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Time limits do apply, and rates go as low as two pounds per hour.
Off-street parking in Greenwich Park operated by the Royal Borough of Greenwich is £0.30 for every fifteen minutes with a maximum parking duration of four hours. You can find parking spaces for longer stays at other spots such as the Cutty Sark Gardens, Burney Street car park, and Park Row car park. Use the JustPark parking app to reserve for parking near Greenwich Park.
One can get to Greenwich Park by public means through the train, bus, tube, boat, and bikes. Several train stations surround the park with a few offering parking spaces either inside the stations or a few metres away.
Disabled parking in Greenwich Park is free, and wheelchair users can use St Mary’s Gate as their entrance to the park. Other parking spaces near the park also have room for disabled parking for free with no time limits.
There are strict regulations regarding parking near Greenwich Park, especially during peak tourist seasons. To avoid parking in the wrong place, you can search and book online using JustPark. All the parking by-laws which apply to parking near Greenwich Park can be read on the JustPark website.
On public holidays and during the weekend, parking near Greenwich Park is more accessible, since spaces are not as full as during regular working days. However, with most tourists visiting the park on holidays and weekends, parking in Greenwich Park is still hectic. To find where to park on bank holidays around Greenwich Park, do a quick search online on the JustPark app and website.
Public transport in Greenwich is adequate with bus stops distributed around the town and near the park. You can find where to park a few streets from the park and take the bus to a nearby drop-off point.
There is a lot one can do around Greenwich, aside from visiting and having fun in the park. Some of the other attraction sites nearby include the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory Greenwich. Finding where to park near these sites is easy with JustPark.
Everything you need to be aware of regardingparking in Greenwich Park and other parking spaces nearby can be found online, on JustPark. Online payments are also an option for people reserving their parking spaces using the JustPark app.