Information about Parking in Lancashire
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Lancashire is located in North West England with the city of Preston acting as the administrative hub. It was first established as a county in the 12th century, so there is plenty of history ranging from the Middle Ages through to the Industrial Revolution.
Lancashire played an important role in the Industrial Revolution with the Lancashire Coalfield becoming some of the most productive throughout that period. Cotton also became an important export for the area.
In more recent history, Lancashire has become home to several large industrial companies and manufacturers including Fisherman’s Friend, several defence industry contractors, Hollands Pies and Enterprise plc.
As Lancashire is a reasonably large county there are plenty of attractions to find during your travels. Blackburn Cathedral, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Lancaster Castle, Blackpool Tower, Rivington Pike… the list is long.
Lancashire is also full of great walking routes from gentle, rambling tracks to longer and more challenging trails. From the lush countryside to rivers, woodlands or the coast, Lancashire has a beautiful and diverse landscape that is worth exploring.
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Lancashire Parking Statistics
4.9 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Lancashire
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Parking in Lancashire
If you are visiting Preston, the administrative hub of Lancashire, there are several car parks available to you.
If you are wanting to park close to the city centre the Avenham car park is a good option. This car park is open 7 days a week between 6:45am - 8:00pm and has 560 spaces available. The pricing for this car park is:
- up to 1 hour £1.30
- up to 2 hours £2.20
- up to 3 hours £3.30
- up to 4 hours £4
- up to 12 hours £5.20
- up to 24 hours £10
There are also car parks near the Preston Bus station, train station and St George’s Shopping Centre in Preston. The Hill Street car park is another good space for those wanting to park close to the city centre. This 70-space car park is open 24 hours, 7 days a week with pricing:
- up to 1 hour £1.50
- up to 2 hours £2.70
- up to 3 hours £3.50
- up to 4 hours £4.70
- over 4 hours up to 24 hours £10.00
- overnight 6.30pm to 6.00am £3.00
If you are travelling to Lancaster car parks run by the Lancaster city council have the same set of charges as outlined below:
Lancaster Short Stay car parks:
- Up to 1 hour £1.50
- Up to 2 hours £2.50
- Up to 3 hours £3.00
- Up to 4 hours £3.80
- Up to 10 hours £9.00
- Up to 24 hours £11.00
- Evening Parking 6pm to 8am £1.50
Lancaster Long Stay car parks:
- Up to 1 hour £1.50
- Up to 3 hours £2.50
- Up to 5 hours £4.20
- Up to 10 hours £8.00
- Up to 24 hours £9.00
- Evening Parking 6pm to 8am £1.50
- Coaches - up to 24 hours Upper St Leonardgate only £3.50
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Lancashire is full of attractions. It is known for its beautiful landscapes which you can admire on long or short walks along the many canals or coastal walks. Some of the most popular walks include the Carnforth Canal Walks in Morecambe and the 137 mile long Lancashire Coastal Way.
For the thrill-seeker Blackpool Pleasure Beach amusement park is a must-visit. There are plenty of roller coasters and rides to choose from including some historic wooden roller coasters that are still in operation. Nickelodeon Land is a fun part of the park for children and adults alike with a few water rides. The park is open between 11:00am - 5:00pm during their open season.
The medieval Lancaster Castle is another popular place to visit in Lancashire. It has likely existed since the 11th century and is open to the public 7 days a week. Lancaster Castle was a prison until 2011, and parts of the castle have been under reconstruction ever since.
By Train: For travelling into Lancashire from Glasgow and London the West Coast Main Line stops at Preston and Lancaster stations. There are also connections between several of Lancashire’s towns and cities.
By Bus: The main towns and cities in Lancashire all have bus services available. For travelling between cities in Lancashire the X2 between Liverpool and Preston is popular, as is the 125 between Bolton and Preston, and the 68 between Blackpool and Preston.
By Car: If you are travelling into Lancashire follow the M66 from Manchester, or the A59 from Liverpool.
By Ferry: The Heysham ferry service connects Ireland to Lancashire as well as to the Isle of Man.
By Plane: Manchester Airport is the main airport for the Lancashire area.
Disabled Parking in Lancashire
Blue Badge permits are available for parking in Lancashire. When using this badge in the towns and cities throughout Lancashire you will need to make sure it is clearly displayed.
In Preston disabled spaces are available at:
- Chapel Yard Disabled Car Park
- Avenham Car Park
- Avenham Street Car Park
- Hill Street Car Park
- Penny Street Car Park
- Preston Bus Station Car Park
- St George's Shopping Centre
- Fishergate Shopping Centre
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to your destination in Lancashire, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Lancashire. The closest ones in Preston are:
- 2-4 Lawson Street
- St Georges Shopping Centre
- Winckley Square
The closest ones in Lancaster are:
- Auction Mart Car Park
- Lancaster Boys & Girls Club
- Charter House
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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What is Lancashire famous for?
Lancashire has historically been famous for coal mining and production, cotton and textile exports and fishing.
What is the population of Lancashire?
The county has a population of around 1.5 million with the majority of people living in Preston. Other major hubs in Lancashire include Burnley, Lancaster and Morecambe.
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Latest Lancashire parking reviews
Very nicely tucked in space. Friendly owner.SHYAM
Great space, couldn't be situated better for the station. Will use again without hesitationShaun
We went on a Saturday morning and plenty of spaces available, the only confusing thing is the instructions say to park at the rear of the store but this isn’t possible as there are no parking spaces there so we ended up driving out and then back in again.Karen
Really easy place to park. Park furthest away from the door is not at the back of the store as described. Few mins walk into centre of lancaster. Perfect.Gaynor
Safe and secure parking easy to find and less than 30 seconds away from station will definitely use againMichael
Space was easy to find and felt secure (cameras on site and away from main road), and the owners were very helpful in giving/ returning the parking pass. Highly recommend for long term affordable parking.Ben
The space was easy to find and within walking distance of the hospital and town centre. It is a small and private open access car park which is tucked away behind the flats at Ashwood Court. There is very little traffic movement and it seemed very safe. and quiet in the area. I would recommend this car parking space.Elaine