Perth Concert Hall Parking
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The Perth Concert Hall is located on Mill Street in the Perth city centre. The main auditorium has a seated capacity of 1,200 and a standing capacity of 1,600. In 2007, the concert hall won the Scottish Design Awards for Best Building for Public Use. The hall is operated by Horsecross Arts, an organisation that also runs Perth Theatre (Scotland’s oldest repertory theatre company).
Perth Concert Hall has its own café, and some tickets come with a pre-show meal. For some events, you can bring 2 kids aged 16 and under along with a paying adult, so keep an eye out for the “kids go free” symbol. Concession tickets are also usually available to those aged 16 and under, Young Scot card holders, the unemployed, students, people with disabilities, and senior citizens; just be sure to remember your ID.
The concert hall has plenty of features to make it accessible for everyone, with lifts to all levels of the buildings, Induction Loops, headsets, and spaces for wheelchair seating. They also have sensory backpacks that you can borrow for free, which offer things like earplugs, fidget toys and help cards.
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Parking at Perth Concert Hall
There are plenty of options for Perth Concert Hall parking. The car park on Kinnoull Street is privately run and has 550 spaces and is open from 7am to midnight from Monday to Saturday, and 10am to midnight on Sunday. This is a pay and display car park, so you’ll need to pay when you arrive at the park.
Council parking in Perth is divided into 3 zones, and the concert hall is located in zone 2. In zone 2, parking is charged at a flat rate of £1 per hour for up to 4 hours. Zone 2 includes Tay Street (after the Queen’s Bridge), Marshall Place, Caledonian Road, and Barossa Place, as well as the following council-run car parks:
- AK Bell (43 spaces)
- Back Wynd (23 spaces)
- Canal Street (54 spaces)
- Charles Street (43 spaces)
- Leonard Street (31 spaces)
- Mill Wynd (43 spaces)
- Milne Street (43 spaces)
- Speygate (68 spaces)
- Thimblerow (207 spaces)
- Victoria Street (20 spaces)
- West Mill Street (34 spaces)
The concert hall is also close to zone 1, which includes Mill Street, South Methven Street, Canal Street and Tay Street (up to the Queen’s Bridge). It also includes car parks in these locations:
- Canal Street Multi-Storey Car Park (439 spaces)
- Parking at Canal Street Multi-Storey Car Park is available all day at a rate of £1 per hour for the first 4 hours, then £6 for up to 6 hours, and £8 for up to 10 hours.
- You can also buy season tickets for this car park.
- Mill Street East and West (30 spaces)
- Scott Street (135 spaces)
- Parking is available at the Scott Street Car park for up to 4 hours for the cost of £1 per hour.
The charges for council parking apply from 8am to 6pm Monday to Saturday, except for on the 1st and 2nd of January and the 25th and 26th of December.
All council-run parking (on-street and off-street) offers the first 15 minutes of parking for free, just as long as you display a valid ticket. All council parking in Perth is free on the 1st and 2nd of January, and the 25th and 26th of December.
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The Black Watch Castle and Museum is housed in the Balhousie Castle. The castle was built in 1631, although it is believed to date back as early as the 12th century. It became a museum and the regiment headquarters of the Black Watch in 2009. The museum is home to military objects and artefacts that go back 250 years, telling the tale of Scotland’s oldest Highland Regiment. You can take one of the daily guided tours of the museum, then grab a bite to eat from the café and relax out in the courtyard. There’s a shop, too, so you can bring a little something home with you.
There are plenty of green spaces in the area, too. The South Inch park is just south of the city centre and offers 31 hectares of greenery for you to explore. Here, you’ll find sports pitches, a playground, a pond, and a skate park. To the north of the city centre, you’ll find the North Inch Golf Course, and across the river you’ll find the stunning Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park. There, you’ll find Kinnoull Hill Tower, which dates back to the 19th century.
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By Train: The Perth train station is a 15-minute walk from the concert hall and services the Caledonian Sleeper, LNER and ScotRail lines.
By Bus: There are several bus lines that run through Perth, including 3, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12, 15, 57A, 58, 155, and 811.
By Car: Perth Concert Hall is located on Mill Street, just off the main road of Charlotte Street.
Disabled Parking in Perth Concert Hall
There are 3 disabled car parks directly opposite the main entrance of Perth Concert Hall.
Free parking spaces for blue badge holders are available on multiple streets and in council-run car parks.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Perth Concert Hall, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There are 3 electric charging stations along Mill Street, and another 3 on the 3rd floor of the Canal Street Car Park.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
All council parking in Perth is free on the 1st and 2nd of January, and the 25th and 26th of December.
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Where is Perth Concert Hall?
It is on Mill Street, near Smeaton's Bridge across the River Tay.
What is Perth Concert Hall’s capacity?
The main auditorium can have 1,200 people seated, or 1,600 people standing. There is also another smaller auditorium which can host around 120 people.
What accessibility features does the concert hall have?
Perth Concert Hall offers lifts to all levels of the buildings, Induction Loops, headsets, and spaces for wheelchair seating. They also have sensory backpacks that you can borrow for free, which offer things like earplugs, fidget toys and help cards. Guide dogs are also welcome at the theatre.
What is there to do in Perth?
The Perth Museum & Art Gallery is just around the corner, and Perth Theatre is just a couple of minutes’ walk down the road. There is also a golf course and a park to the north and south of the city centre, with the enormous Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park across the River Tay from the city centre. The Black Watch Castle and Museum is a great spot to visit and learn about the history of Balhousie Castle and the Black Watch.
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Latest Perth Concert Hall parking reviews
There were plenty of spaces available. It's so good to have spaces just a short walk away from the high streetC
Yes, 7 minutes from the station. Someone told me you can park at the station hotel car park, and there were in fact spaces at the station itself, but I didn’t want to risk it. Not a bad price, and you can shop in Morrisons! Which I wouldn’t do normally.Elizabeth