National Football Museum Parking

Latest National Football Museum parking reviews
  • Parking on Collier Street, M3

    Nobody on sight when I arrived or when I left. The 'space' was on a commercial parking lot run by SIP and there were quite a few, if not many. Very handy for MOSI and Liverpool Rd businesses, as and the area in general. Chargeable by the hour up to £10/24hrs. Good, modern P&D machines, well surfaced, laid out and marked bays. Pay by phone available. Would definitely use again if in area and have already recommended to friends. Not quite Q-Park, but a lot cheaper. I was happy to pay for 8hrs and use only 4hrs. Moderately easy to find.

    Peter
  • Parking on Gorton Street, M3

    Great little parking space in Manchester really close to Harvey Nichols (I saw Salford and thought I'd be wayyy out of town). Rang to let them know I'd be out of hours and the guy on the phone was ever so friendly and helpful. When I got there I was filled with a little dread. I've heard about so many people being swindled with parking but the guy had my details on file and once he started talking about the gate and closing it myself when I was leaving I knew it was all legit. It's quite leary around there at night so take that into consideration when parking alone, there is probably CCTV there in any case. Great service, great price, would defoo park there again!

    Sophie
  • Parking on Medlock Street, M15

    Really easy to find, it is at premier inn. great price.

    Victoria
  • Parking on Dale Street, M1

    We booked our parking space about 40 mins before we arrived. The car park was easy to find on the sat nav, the barrier recognised our numberplate and the ticket was issued as explained on our booking details sent by email. It cost £12 for a day and a half. Easy short walk to Manchester Piccadilly station.

    Lorraine
  • Parking on Gorton Street, M3

    Easy to find by Satnav except our Satnav(TomTom) put in the name Norton instead of Gorton Street but still took us to the right street. The street is a cul de sac and the car park is at the end. The park is 200 yds from the Qpark but is half the price. We were met by an attendant who guided us to our park space and appeared on our return (11pm) to open gates and guide us out. Very good value and an easy walk into Deansgate and city centre.

    Bob
  • Parking on New York Street, M1

    The car park is easy to find and pick up the pass. Very good value for 2 Nights. I would park here again

    Fay