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Wimbledon station in South West London is relatively easy to reach by car located between the A3 and the A24 in the centre of Wimbledon.
Parking on-street around the station can be quite challenging and there are also limited spaces in the on-site station car park. It is recommended to perhaps park a little further afield or arrive at least part of your way by public transport.
JustPark provides information on a multitude of parking options nearby, many of which are reservable – including spaces on-street and off-street, from driveways to car parks.
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Some additional information about parking in wimbledon station, to cater to all your parking needs
The majority of on-street parking around Wimbledon station is within Controlled Parking Zones and limited to on-street pay-and-display or permit holder spaces. Most spaces enforce a maximum stay and can be in quite high demand due to the lack of spaces made available to visiting drivers. Times of operation and restrictions on time limits can vary from street to street so it is paramount you check local signage before parking.
You can use our parking map to find information on available on-street parking spaces near Wimbledon station.
Location Operator Price Max Stay Albert Grove/Merton On-Street London Borough of Merton £0.20 / 10 minutes 2 hours Midmoor Road/Merton On-Street London Borough of Merton £0.20 / 10 minutes 2 hours Dundonald Road/Merton On-Street London Borough of Merton £0.20 / 10 minutes 10 hours Avebury Road/Merton On-Street London Borough of Merton £0.20 / 10 minutes 10 hours Crescent Road/Merton On-Street London Borough of Merton £0.20 / 10 minutes 10 hours
Wimbledon station does have an on-site car park (Wimbledon Station, The Broadway, SW19 7NL) but there are very few spaces. The car park is open 24 hours a day Monday-Sunday and only offers a flat rate fare depending on what times you park so is only really a viable option for drivers when parking for a good length of time.
An alternative option very nearby to the South of the station is The Bridge car park (Hartfield Road, London, SW19 3RU) which operates from 6am-midnight Monday-Saturday and 10am-midnight on Sundays. This car park offers a much cheaper rate of fare for short stay parking and is close enough to walk to and from the station.
JustPark offers a wide choice of reservable off-street parking near Wimbledon station – from public car parks to private driveways. You can browse these options and book a guaranteed space via our website or app.
Location Operator Price Max Stay The Bridge Car Park The Bridge £1.50 / hour Hartfield Road Car Park Merton Council £0.50 / 30 minutes 15 hours St George’s Road car park Merton Council £0.70 / 30 minutes Broadway London Borough of Merton £0.50 / 30 minutes
Wimbledon station provides National Rail, London Underground and Tramlink services and is one of the main stations of many within the Wimbledon area. The station is on the underground District line less than 40 minutes tube from Westminster. National Rail services also depart to Waterloo from this station very frequently.
A good number of bus routes stop outside the station also making Wimbledon station a well connected location.
Blue Badge holders can park for free in any on-street disabled, pay-and-display or permit holder bay, free of charge and for an unlimited amount of time.
Much like the rest of the UK, disabled drivers displaying their Blue Badge may also park on single or double yellow lines for up to 3 hours if necessary and as long as they are not in obstruction of buses or violating any loading bans at a chosen setting spot.
You can filter when searching on JustPark to show all our parking spaces with disabled access around Wimbledon station (select this option by clicking ‘Filters’ on the search results page).
Wimbledon station is located within the London borough of Merton and parking restrictions are quite prevalent throughout this borough with multiple permit holder only zones and space-specific restrictions. A maximum stay applies to most on-street pay-and-display spaces so it is always worth checking local signage.
Furthermore, this borough plays host to one of sport’s most iconic events, The Wimbledon Tennis Championships. A number of special parking restrictions come into effect for this period of the summer in June and July. More details on the areas and times affected can be found on the The London borough of Merton council website.
On the JustPark map, we’ll only show you spaces which you’re allowed to park in and are not restricted.
Some on-street parking to the South and East of the station will still charge for pay-and-display spaces on all Bank holidays from 2pm-6pm whereas generally, all other on-street parking is free throughout the London borough of Merton on these days.
If you manage to get a space at the on-site station car park, this is a good option for overnight or long stay parking but most other nearby off-street car parks offer overnight parking albeit likely at a higher price.
Enter your dates and times on our search results page to see what’s available overnight.
There is no specific drop-off and pick-up point at Wimbledon station as the station is surrounded by busy main roads. Your best option would be to unload slightly further out on quieter roads leading off from The Broadway.
Wimbledon station is in the centre of the wonderful London borough of Merton and of course Wimbledon itself. During the early summer months, the whole world gazes down on SW19 and the famous All England Lawn Tennis Club not far North of the station – a wonderful setting for one of the most internationally recognised sporting venues. From the station you can wander elsewhere to nearby Wimbledon Common or watch a play at the Edwardian era New Wimbledon Theatre.