Manchester Art Gallery Parking

Latest Manchester Art Gallery parking reviews
  • Parking on Universal Building, M12

    Booked parking here for a few gigs at the Apollo, this time the gig was at The Deaf Institute, great parking for either venue, around a 10 minute walk to the Apollo and 15 for The Deaf Institute, parking has always had an attendant on whenever I've used it.

    Kirstin Michelle Peel
  • Parking on New York Street, M1

    A great service for those who only want a few hours parking in a large city centre - in my case Manchester. However, trying to get to my designated parking space at the Murcure Hotel in New York Street, proved to be a real challenge due to complicated one way traffic system, road closures and road works (I had to reverse in a one way street in order to avoid going around for a fourth time and missing New York St. - obviously, none of this has anything to do with yourparkingspace and I would highly recommend them).

  • Parking on Tariff Street, M1

    Fabulous and such a convenient way to park in a safe and clean parking facility without paying a ridiculous amount of money

  • Parking on Dale Street, M1

    Easy to find and very reasonably priced parking in the centre of Manchester. My number plate was recognised and the barrier went up, I experienced no issues on arrival or exit.

  • Parking on Gorton Street, M3

    Excellent. Simple and easy process. Man on the car park very nice and helpful as well. Will definitely use again

  • Parking on Collier Street, M3

    Bit tricky to find exact Collier St Park amongst the other parks. Otherwise good spot and good value. Would use again

  • Parking on Port Street, M1

    The car park was easy to find and in a great location. There was a few pot holes up in second car park .no trouble on entry the scanner recognised the registration. Will definitely use this car park again was very cheap.

  • Parking on New York Street, M1

    Easy to use and sent a reminder

  • Parking on Piccadilly, M1

    Initially was quite hard to find but once I got there you enter the pin code on the left hand side of the barrier, it's actually attached to the barrier which is important to note. Otherwise a nice friendly car park.