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Information about parking near Manchester Oxford Road Station

Manchester’s Oxford Road Station is situated at the junction of Oxford Street and Whitworth Street, and operates as the city’s second busiest train station. The station is in close proximity to the University of Manchester and is therefore a central travel point for university students.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in manchester oxford road station, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    Manchester has zonal and restricted on-street parking, which are divided into four zones. Manchester Oxford Road Station resides in Zone 3. Here, parking charges and restrictions apply every day, between the hours of 8am and 8pm. You are restricted to utilising parking spaces within Zone 3 for a maximum time of three hours. The cost of parking in Zone 3 is charged in 30 minute intervals, and for the maximum period of three hours, you will pay £3.70 for a parking space. The station does border Zone 4, which allows a maximum parking time of up to ten hours for £7.50, and a flat-fee of £10 for a whole weekend (Saturday and Sunday).

  • Off-street parking

    There is no parking garage at Manchester Oxford Station. However, there are numerous off-street parking garages in the vicinity of the station. Using the JustPark App will help you find the most reasonably priced and easily accessible available parking space.

  • Public transport

    There are various public transport options in the vicinity of the station, mainly due to the nearby university. Oxford Road is one of the busiest bus routes, as it is the main road that leads into the university. There is also a free bus service that departs from the station every ten minutes that transports passengers to Victoria Train Station and back.

  • Disabled parking

    The parking restriction times and fees for Zone 3 do not apply to parking spaces for Blue Badge Holders.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    As mentioned above, Manchester Oxford Road Station sits within Zone 3, but is bordered by Zone 4, which has a longer maximum parking time, including an allowance for weekend stays.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    Parking within the restricted zone is free on a bank holiday, however, this may make it more difficult to locate and find available parking spaces.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    There is an easily accessible drop-off and pick up point at the station.

  • Nearby attractions

    The Palace Theatre is a main attraction in Manchester and is a must-visit for theatre lovers.  With a capacity of 1955 seats, spots can be secured with ease for enjoying one of your favourite musicals or plays.

     

    Situated on the doorstep of the station is HOME, a centre for international contemporary art, film and theatre. The centre contains no less than five cinemas, two theatres and a gallery, as well as housing a restaurant, bar and a book shop.

     

    Those looking for a different kind of cultural experience can join the famous Manchester Ghost Walk. A fun and unusual way to learn about history in the city.

     

    One of the most popular bars in the area, Revolution Oxford Road, is situated just around the corner from the station. Revolution is definitely worth visiting for a beer or one of their famous cocktails.