Bristol Old Vic Parking
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The Bristol Old Vic theatre has been prevalent since 1766. It is a British theatre company which stages superlative performances and products and the theatre is a common and widespread and extensive attraction for both visitors and tourists from all over. They are based at the Theatre Royal in Bristol.
The Theatre Royal is the oldest frequently functioning theatre within the English speaking world and was constructed in 1764 and 1766 which resides on King Street and was joined with Coopers Hall which was built between 1743 to 1744. The building is grade one listed and was called “the most beautiful theatre in all of England,” by decorated actor Sir Daniel Day-Lewis.
The theatre complex in 2012 underwent a £19 million renovation to expand the seating capacity and in order to offer 10 adaptable spaces for performances. Alongside the main auditorium the complex also has a studio theatre, side stage, paint shop and basement performance areas. When it reopened its doors after the refurbishment the first play on the stage was Wild Oats by John O’Keefe
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Parking at Bristol Old Vic
The Bristol Old Vic does not have its own car park, however there are two car parks within a three minute short walk of the theatre. One short stay and one long stay car park.
NCP on Queen Charlotte Street (BS1 4ES) is a long stay multi-storey car park and is a three minute walk away. It has 421 spaces and 2 disabled bays. It is open Monday to Sunday, 24 hours a day. Blue badge holders need to pay for parking at this car park.
Charges as follows:
- Up to 30 mins - £3.20
- 30 mins to 1 hour - £5.50
- 1 to 2 hours - £9.50
- 2 to 4 hours - £13.50
- 4 to 6 hours - £17.50
- 6 to 24 hours - £26.50
- Early bird Monday to Friday - £9.40
- Evening rate (in after 5.00pm and out by 2.00am) - £5.30
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Queen Square (BS1 4NT) is a short stay pay and display car park and is a three minute walk away from Bristol Old Vic. It has 158 spaces including disabled. Parking is free for disabled blue badge holders who park in designated bays and display their valid blue badges in their vehicles at all times.
It is open Monday to Sunday, 24 hours a day.
8.00am to 6.00pm charges:
- 15 minutes - £0.50
- 30 minutes - £1.00
- 45 minutes - £1.50
- 1 hour - £2.00
- 1 hour 15 minutes - £2.50
- 1 hour 30 minutes - £3.00
- 1 hour 45 minutes - £3.50
- 2 hours - £4.00
Evening charge from 6.00pm to 12.00am
Overnight charge from 6.00pm to 9.00am
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Bristol Old Vic is a 15 minute walk away, a seven minute bus journey and a six minute drive from Bristol Temple Meads railway station.
With links all over England; from Portsmouth Harbour in the South, Weston-Super mare in the West, into the capital, London Paddington and even up to Glasgow central in Scotland.
Getting to Bristol Old Vic could not be easier.
Bristol has an expansive transport system across the whole of the region and further afield, with plenty of bus links to all of the major attractions and areas within Bristol.
Bristol Bus Station has coaches and buses departing and arriving throughout the UK and is a 11 minute bus journey, 13 minute car drive and a 14 minute walk away from Bristol Old Vic.
Buses: A2, 3X, 24, 52 and 70 stop within a four minute walk of the Bristol Old Vic.
Bristol Old Vic lies in the heart of Bristol, the M4, M5 and M32 all connect to multiple A roads that go into Bristol.
For detailed directions and quickest routes use Google maps or AA route planner, or any other mapping service.
Sat Nav postcode: BS1 4ED
Bristol Temple Meads is a 15 minute walk away and buses stop within a four minute walk away of Bristol Old Vic.
Bristol Airport is 40 minutes away by bus or 25 minutes by taxi to the City Centre. The airport has domestic and international departures and arrivals.
Disabled Parking at Bristol Old Vic
There is one disabled space directly outside the Old Vic free of charge. There are two disabled bays in the NCP on Queen Charlotte street, blue badge holders need to pay for parking at this facility.
Queen Square short stay offers disabled spaces and it is free of charge for blue badge holders displaying their badge in their vehicle.
There are also other free on-street spaces within a short walk of the vicinity.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Bristol Old Vic, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Bristol. The closest ones to Bristol Old Vic are:
- Brandon Yard
- Prince Street NCP Car park
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
There is overnight parking available at both car parks:
Parking from 6.00pm to 9.00am at Queen Square short stay is £4.50.
Parking from 5.00pm to 2.00am at Queen Charlotte long stay is £5.30 or for 24 hours the charge is £26.50.
Charges apply at all times over the weekend and on bank holidays.
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What is the nearest train station to Bristol Old Vic?
Bristol Temple Meads is the closest station which is a 15 minute walk away.
What can you see at the Bristol Old Vic?
Performances such as The Little Mermaid, Gatsby and Wonder Boy.
Does the Bristol Old Vic offer parking?
The Bristol Old Vic doesn’t have it’s own car park, however there are plenty of car parks within the vicinity that are in walking distance, such as Queen Charlotte NCP, Queens Square and Trenchard Street.
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