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Banbury is known across England for its reference in the nursery rhyme ‘Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross’. Though the original Banbury Crosses were destroyed during the Reformation, one has stood in the town centre since 1859 as a commemoration of then-Princess Royal’s marriage. Now, the ‘Fine Lady upon a White Horse’ of the nursery rhyme sits nearby the cross, in the form of a striking bronze statue.
Securing a parking space in such a well-known town is rarely an easy ride. Book in advance with YourParkingSpace and tick one item off your list before you leave home. Download our free app so you can book parking on the move.
No trip to Banbury would be complete without a visit to:
- The Reindeer Inn
- The Castle Quay Shopping Mall
- Banbury Museum
- Odeon Cinema
Motorists are always searching for empty spaces in Banbury. Register your vacant driveway, parking space or lock-up garage and watch the bookings roll in.
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Latest Banbury parking reviews
easy to find near town centerImran
Very convenient for Banbury Station. No problems.Peter
Very easy to find and very close to station entranceChristine
Easy. Great access for the police station for work.Kelly
A little tricky to find as the number on the space is wearing. However, a great location and close to everything. Would use again!Neil
Very easy to find, lots of space. Highly recommendedMandy
Very handy for Banbury station a short 5 minute walk away. As you can easily spend 5 minutes waiting to exit the station approach onto Bridge St when parking at the station the walk is fine. Price at time of writing much less than the station. Never been any issue finding a space.Fin
Easy, accessible, safe - all goodAndrew