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Information about parking near Manchester Victoria Station

Manchester Victoria Station is Manchester’s third busiest train station, and can be utilised for both local and regional lines, as well as tram lines, making it a popular station. For those interested in architecture, it is a particularly beautiful station, first built in 1909 and recently restored. As the station is located in central Manchester, and next to the Manchester Arena, trying to find parking spaces at or around the station can be difficult, particulalry at peak periods.


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

  • On-street parking

    Being a busy city, Manchester has zoned on-street parking, currently split into four zones. Manchester Victoria Station falls within Zone 2. Parking charges apply every day of the week from 8am to 8pm and a maximum parking time is only 2 hours. The cost for on-street parking spaces is on a sliding scale but for the maximum period of 2 hours you will pay £5.80.

  • Off-street parking

    There is an NPC off-street parking available behind the station at the Manchester Arena, however pricing for a parking space for event days starts at £12.50.

  • Public transport

    Manchester has a free city centre bus service which stops within walking distance of the station. There are also various other bus routes available from the area around the station.

    The parking restriction times and fees for Zone 2 do not apply to Blue Badge Holders.


  • Disabled parking

    The parking restriction times and fees for Zone 2 do not apply to Blue Badge Holders.


  • Parking restrictions & event days

    As mentioned above, Manchester Victoria Station falls within Zone 2. The station does sit on the very edge of the restricted zone, and across the ring road, no zones are applicable, however certain charges and restrictions may still apply to utilising any parking spaces in these areas.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    Parking within the restricted zone is free on a bank holiday, but that may make it more difficult to find available parking near the station on these days.


  • Drop-off and pick-up

    There are numerous entrances into the station and a main drop off point that is easily accessible on Victoria Station Approach.

  • Nearby attractions

    One of the main reasons you may be considering parking near Victoria Station is because of the Manchester Arena, which regularly hosts music concerts, comedian shows and sporting events. It has the highest indoor seating capacity of any venue in the United Kingdom.


    There are however, numerous other exciting attractions close to Victoria Station worth visiting. The Manchester Cathedral is known as a must-see visit in Manchester, with beautiful architecture, stain glass, and woodwork.


    The Corn Exchange has become the new food and drink hotspot in Manchester and definitely worth a visit. With 13 different restaurants to visit, you will be sure to find something that appeals to your taste buds, all the while nestled within a refurbished Victorian building. The Corn Exchange is definitely worth a visit if you are looking for something off the beaten track from the high street.


    Chetham’s Library, almost directly next to the station, is another must-see and a highly-rated attraction as one of the United Kingdom’s oldest public libraries.