Edmonton Green Shopping Centre Parking
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The Edmonton Green Shopping Centre is located on The Market Square in Edmonton, just 35 minutes’ drive from central London. Here, you’ll find more than 120 stores, an indoor market, and plenty of dining options. The centre is open 7 days a week, from 9am to 6pm from Monday to Saturday, and 10am to 5pm on Sundays.
It features brands like Asda, Barclays, Boots, Costa Coffee, Dominos Pizza, Specsavers, and Subway. Within the centre, you’ll also find the Edmonton Green Travelodge which has 73 beds. There is also free Wi-Fi, accessible toilets, ATM machines, baby-changing facilities, and a car park with 1000 spaces.
Here, you’ll also find the Edmonton Green Library and the Edmonton Leisure Centre. The leisure centre has swimming pools and flumes, badminton courts, sports hall, exercise studio, and a gym. You can take swimming lessons or take one of a wide range of group exercise classes. The library has free internet and computer access, a study and homework area for students, and a range of classes and activities for children and adults every week.
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Parking at the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre
Edmonton Green Shopping Centre parking can be found in the on-site car park. There are over 1000 spaces available in the car park which uses an automatic number plate recognition system. To pay for parking, just enter your car registration into one of the pay stations and it will automatically calculate how much you need to pay.
The cost of parking at the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre is as follows:
- Up to 1 hour: £1.00
- 1 - 2 hours: £2.00
- 2 - 3 hours: £3.00
- 3 - 4 hours: £4.00
- 4 - 5 hours: £5.00
- 5 - 6 hours: £6.00
- 6 - 24 hours: £10.00
- Monthly pass: £75.00 (Long Term Car Park only)
Another option for parking near the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre is the council-run car park on Lion Road. There are 19 spaces here, and one disabled space. The charging period is from Monday to Saturday from 7:30am to 6:30pm, and free on Sundays. The cost of parking here is as follows:
- Up to 1 hour: £1.20
- 1 - 3 hours: £2.40
- 3 - 5 hours: £4
- Over 5 hours: £6
You can also buy a season ticket for £40 per month, or £440 per year.
Alternatively, you can browse the options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term options available near the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre.
The TeamSport Go Karting North London is a 5-minute drive from the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre. Here, you’ll find an 800-metre long multi-level track, and you can book visits for groups of 8 or more adults, for a family day out, for corporate events, or even for your stag or hen do. The karts here can go up to 40 miles an hour, and there’s a bar to relax at afterwards.
Pymmes Park has a playground, sports pitches, and an outdoor gym. Each Saturday at 9am is the Pymmes parkrun, a 5km run that you can run at your own pace. Plus, it’s completely free, and afterwards everyone stops at the Cobblers Coffee Shop on Fore Street for a post-run coffee.
Alexandra Palace is a 15-minute drive from the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre. Here, you can visit a boating lake, outdoor cinema, ice-skating rink, golf-course, gardens, playground, and the theatre itself. There’s also a farmer’s market, cafés, and a bar & kitchen.
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By Train: The Edmonton Green Train Station is a 5-minute walk from the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre and services the Overground and greateranglia lines.
By Bus: Several bus lines run by the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre, including 102, 144, 149, 192, 259, 279, 349, 491, and N279.
By Car: If you take the A10 out of central London, it’ll take just 35 minutes to get to the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre.
Disabled Parking at the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre
There are disabled parking bays located in the on-site car park.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There are two electric charging stations at the Edmonton Fire Station.
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Where is the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre located?
The Edmonton Green Shopping Centre is on The Market Square in Edmonton, about 35 minutes’ drive from central London.
How many stores are there in the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre?
There are over 120 stores in the Edmonton Green Shopping Centre, including a 24-hour supermarket, gym, and a hotel. It is also the home to Edmonton Green Library and the Edmonton Leisure Centre.
What is there to do nearby?
The TeamSport Go Karting North London has a multi-level 800-metre long track, and has options for kids and adults. If you’re looking to get active, be sure to take park in the weekly 5km run at Pymmes Park every Saturday at 9am. Alexandra Place is about 15 minutes’ drive away, and has everything you could want from ice-skating, golf, food, and a venue for all the best names in music.
What classes does the Edmonton Leisure Centre offer?
The Edmonton Leisure Centre has aqua classes and swimming lessons, strength and conditioning classes, cardio and fitness classes, aerobics, Zumba, spin-cycling, pilates, and yoga. Plus, there are a number of membership options if you’re a regular visitor and want to save money.
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Latest Edmonton Green Shopping Centre parking reviews
Perfect place will definitely use it again!Szilvia
Easy to find parking space for Spurs football and fairly priced. The owner was very helpful 24 hours later in looking for an item I had mislaid and thought may be on the driveway. Bit of a squeeze to manoeuvre off the drive due to nearby street parked cars and a van but otherwise perfect.Alan
Easy to find & access. Around a 25min walk to stadium. Price very good. Its whether you want to save the money for the longer walk. Feels long after a late night defeat.Tony
All good really. Bit difficult seeing the number as it’s quite worn and faded the only issue, not a big problem though.Paul
Spot on and only a 20 minute walk to the Tottenham Stadium. can't fault.Daniel
Very easy to find and space exactly as describedDespina
Space is excellent, it's just a Premier Inn parking space. Quite tricky to navigate to the hotel using Apple Maps either direct to the Premier Inn (if you click on the symbol), or using the YPS in-app shortcut to "show route". Instead, I would highly recommend navigating to Edmundson Electrical (which is next door) on Apple Maps which will take you straight there instead of sending you up and down the A406 or A1055 trying to find a way off the carriageway because it's directed you incorrectly. Whatever you use, check your route first to ensure it takes you to Advent Way itself.Louis