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Information about parking near Natural History Museum

The South Kensington Exhibition Road hosts some of the most popular museums in London, including the Natural History Museum. Since this is one of the most visited spots in the city, open parking spaces are not easy to come by. Also, there are no spots for parking in the Natural History Museum itself. However, one can find several on-street and off-street parking spaces a few metres away. Around 100 spots are reservable, thus eliminating the worry that comes with not knowing where to park once you get near the museum.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in natural history museum, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    On-street parking near the Natural History Museum is made easy thanks to the JustPark mobile app and website. One can find where to park along Prince Consort Road, Queen’s Gate and many other spots, for a maximum of four hours. Visitors who are not sure where these parking spaces are located, can perform a simple online search on the JustPark app and website for directions.

  • Off-street parking

    For people looking for long stay parking near the Natural History Museum, off-street parking is the preferred option, with all-day parking spaces available. Also, one can make an online reservation and avoid getting stranded while looking for where to park.

  • Public transport

    Using public transport to reach the Natural History Museum is a viable idea, since the train station is nearby, and the lines and routes of several buses have stops close to the museum. Some visitors opt to look for spaces for parking near the Natural History Museum or a few streets away, then take the bus to avoid traffic during peak hours.

  • Disabled parking

    Disabled parking in London is free with no time limits. Most parking spaces have specially reserved spots for Blue Badge holders. To find a disabled parking space near the Natural History Museum, search online using the JustPark mobile app or website.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    There are no spaces allowed for parking in the Natural History Museum. Most parking spaces for the public are a few metres away, and restrictions do apply in some spots. Searching and reserving online helps to avoid parking in places with restrictions, since the parking information on the JustPark app is legal and reliable.


  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    During bank holidays, parking near the Natural History Museum is cheaper compared to regular days. The JustPark app will help you get the best rates for parking spaces near the museum.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    There are several drop-off and pick-up points near the museum and parking spaces a few metres away. Visitors can simply discover where to park for extended stays, enjoy the historical experience, then take the bus to other locations. They can then come back later when they are ready to leave the city.


  • Nearby attractions

    The Natural History Museum is next to the Science Museum and several other amazing sites. One can find where to park near both museums and enjoy a family visit to both sites. Early booking is, however, recommended, since available parking spaces fill up quite fast.


    Although it is not possible to find spots for parking in the Natural History Museum itself, nearby parking spaces are reliable and secure. With the JustPark mobile app, hundreds of parking spaces can be found quickly, and a good number can be reserved online.