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Information about parking in Norwich
Parking on-street in Norwich is quite restricted, with only a limited number of spaces provided. Fortunately, there are a good number of off-street spaces on offer – particularly in the several council-operated car parks.
There are also 5 park and ride locations serving Norwich, providing an often cheaper alternative to park up and travel into the city.
If you’d rather park in the city itself, JustPark provides information on a wide choice of parking options across Norwich – including spaces on-street, off-street and those that are reservable, from driveways to car parks.
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On-street parking can be quite difficult in Norwich as there are a number of Controlled Parking Zones throughout the city – particularly around Norwich Castle, where there are no parking bays available on-street. In Norwich city centre, parking is limited to pay-and-display or resident permit spaces, with charges and restrictions applying at all times. Hourly tariffs are quite reasonable, but they can vary from space to space – so make sure you check in advance.
You can use the JustPark parking map to find information on available on-street parking spaces across Norwich.
There are a number of off-street parking options throughout Norwich, with several private and council-operated car parks in the city centre offering convenient and affordable parking.
Rose Lane multi-storey car park (Mountergate, NR1 1PY) is a large off-street car park operated by Norwich City Council, perfectly located between Norwich city centre and Norwich train station. It operates 24 hours a day, Monday-Sunday, and offers a very reasonable hourly and daily rate.
Another council car park worth considering is Chantry car park (The Chantry, NR2 1RG) on the opposite side of the city centre. Also running 24 hours a day, Monday-Sunday, this location provides great access to the city centre and Norwich Theatre Royal in particular. However, there is a limited amount of spaces – and whilst still cheaper than most, its location comes at the cost of a slightly higher rate than some of the other council-operated car parks.
There are 5 park and ride locations surrounding Norwich in all directions, providing a further alternative for parking off-street – and you’ll need only pay a small total fare for a day’s parking and public transport into the city.
JustPark offers a range of reservable off-street spaces across Norwich – in both council and commercially-run car parks, as well as at hotels, offices and on private driveways. You can browse these options and book a guaranteed space via our website or app.
Location Operator Price Max Stay Rose Lane Norwich City Council £1.70 / hour Rouen Road Car Park Norwich City Council £1.30 / hour Monastery Court Car Park Norwich City Council £1.60 / hour Chantry Car Park Norwich City Council £1.90 / hour St Andrews multi-storey car park Norwich City Council £1.70 / hour
Norwich train station is located southeast of Norwich city centre and provides National Rail services to much of the UK. It is the Northern terminus of the Great Eastern Main Line with 2 trains running per hour to London Liverpool Street.
Comprehensive bus and coach services also operate within the city, with most running from Norwich bus station to the south of the city centre.
Disabled drivers displaying their Blue Badge can park free of charge in any pay-and-display space throughout Norwich.
Blue Badge holders may also park on single or double yellow lines for up to 3 hours, as long as there is no obstruction to traffic or any loading restrictions signalled on location.
You can also filter when searching on JustPark to show all our parking spaces with disabled access in Norwich (select this option by clicking on ‘Filters’ on the search results page).
There are several Controlled Parking Zones throughout Norwich, largely limiting parking within the city to pay-and-display and/or permit-holder spaces. However, many of the streets surrounding Norwich Castle prohibit on-street parking altogether – so be careful when parking in the city, as there are varying restrictions in place at different locations.
On the JustPark map, we’ll only show you spaces which you’re allowed to park in and are not restricted at the times you search for.
Parking restrictions and charges generally apply in Norwich city centre on all days, including Bank Holidays, with the exception of Christmas Day.
A very affordable nightly rate is offered at all of Norwich City Council’s city centre off-street car parks (including those listed in above ‘Off-street Parking’ section).
Enter your dates and times on our search results page to see what’s available overnight.
Norwich was, at least until the Industrial Revolution, one of the most important and thriving cities in the UK. This historical might is evidenced by the Norman-era Norwich Castle taking centre-stage in the heart of the city – a glorious sight nestled in amongst an ever-growing modern metropolis. From here, you will find yourself in amongst the sprawling centre where you can enjoy an expansive shopping district with fabulous bars and restaurants.