Red Bank Manchester Parking
Information about Parking in Red Bank Manchester
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Red Bank is a street that runs from North Street to Corporation Street just north of Manchester’s city centre. It’s a relatively laid-back street, out of the hustle of central city living, but you’ll still find some cool spots like a brewing company and a Crossfit Gym here.
GRUB is Manchester’s biggest street food event and you’ll find it at the Red Bank Project, 50 Red Bank. On Friday and Saturday, you can check out the GRUB Food Fair from midday to 10pm. On Sundays, GRUB hosts Plant Powered Sundays, the first weekly vegan street food event in Europe. To top it off, both of these events have free entry.
Just a few minutes away is Manchester Arena, a huge indoor arena capable of hosting 21,000 people at a time. It has the highest capacity of any indoor venue in the UK, and the fourth-largest capacity of anywhere in Europe. It opened in 1995 and has seen performances by the Spice Girls, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, U2, Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Gorillaz, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Olly Murs, Ariana Grande, Metallica, Mariah Carey, Kendrick Lamar, and Christina Aguilera. It also used to be used for sporting events such as boxing, martial arts, basketball, and ice skating.
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Parking near Red Bank
The Red Bank Car Park is a privately operated car park with 420 parking spaces. It costs a flat rate of £2.50 per day, and it is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Park Place Car Park is another car park nearby which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It costs a flat rate of £2.75 per day, and offers monthly passes for £74.50. Please note that you cannot park coaches, vans or minibuses at Park Place.
Dutton Street Car Park is opposite the Manchester Arena and charges a flat rate of £8.00 per day. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and has CCTV at the entrance. It is patrolled during the day, and parking can be paid for using coins only at the pay and display machines.
The Manchester Arena Multi-Storey Car Park has 958 spaces. On event nights, the car park is managed by an events team who will help direct people to their parking as quickly as possible. You can pre-book spaces on the lower levels of the car park to guarantee that you can find a space. If you arrive between 5am - 9am, you can park here for £5.50, and during events you can park from 6pm until midnight for £10.00.
Other options for Red Bank parking include on-street parking around the city centre. The cost of on-street parking varies depending on which part of the city you’re in. The city centre is split up into 4 zones, and Red Bank is closest to Zone 2. These costs apply from 8am - 8pm on all days, except for bank holidays.
- Up to 30 minutes - £1.45
- Up to 1 hour - £2.90
- Up to 1 hour 30 minutes - £4.30
- Up to 2 hours - £5.80
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Manchester Arena is just 5 minutes’ walk from Red Bank beside the Manchester Victoria train station. The arena can host up to 21,000 and has hosted performances by Spice Girls, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, U2, Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Gorillaz, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Olly Murs, Ariana Grande, Metallica, Mariah Carey, Kendrick Lamar, and Christina Aguilera.
The National Football Museum is also just 5 minutes’ walk from Red Bank. There, you’ll find more than 140,000 items in their collection of football artefacts and archives, some dating back from as early as 1909. The museum also has interactive games and activities so you can hone your skills and learn some new tricks.
Near the National Football Museum, you’ll find Manchester Cathedral. This stunning building dates all the way back to the 13th century and offers daily services and tours. Behind the cathedral, you’ll find Chetham's Library, which dates all the way back to 1653. It is the oldest public library in all of Britain, and offers tours on weekdays to see their extensive collection of books.
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By Train: The Manchester Victoria train station is a 5-minute walk from Red Bank and services the Transpennine Express and northern lines.
By Bus: There are several bus lines that run near Red Bank, including 27, 41, 59, 67A, 100, 135 and M15.
On Foot: Red Bank is about 10 minutes’ walk from the Central Retail District in the Manchester city centre.
By Tram: The Manchester Victoria tram station is a 5-minute walk from Red Bank and services the navy, yellow and pink lines.
Disabled Parking near Red Bank
Blue badge holders are entitled to free street parking throughout Manchester city centre. You can also park for up to 3 hours on a single or double yellow line as long as there are no loading restrictions. Just be sure to clearly display your blue badge wherever you park.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Red Bank, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There are a couple of electric charging stations at Manchester Fort Shopping Park, and multiple located throughout the city centre.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
On-street parking in Manchester is free from after 8pm and before 8am. If you leave your car parked any later than 8am, you will have to pay for parking.
All council-managed parking in the city centre is free on bank holidays.
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Where is Red Bank located?
The small street is just north of the city centre, about 10 minutes walk from the Central Retail District.
What is there to do nearby?
You’re close to GRUB, who host street food events on Friday and Saturday nights, as well as the first weekly vegan street food night on Sundays. You’re also just a few minutes’ walk from the Manchester Arena, so you can catch performances from all the biggest names in music.
What is there to do in the city centre?
Manchester is a town full of history, so there’s plenty to explore and learn about. The Manchester Art Gallery is home to over 25,000 pieces of fine art which span over 200 years of history. The Science and Industry Museum can be found in the oldest surviving passenger railway station and hosts the Manchester Science Festival every 2 years. The Manchester Cathedral dates back to the 13th century, and Chetham's Library has been a public library since 1653.
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Latest Red Bank Manchester parking reviews
There was plenty of space. Good, safe parking space in the city centre. Collected a disposable parking permit from the hotel. The hotel doors do shut after 9pm, had to use the intercom to ask reception to let us in.Miss
Really simple to use.Iain
Once you've manoeuvred around Manchester’s one way system, it was easy access, very efficient hotel staff to register. Would use again.Frankie
Easy to find. Good value for money.Monik
Spaces are tight so bear that in mind. I have a RR Evogue and it only just fitted.Amanda
It’s safe and secure. it’s also a short distance away from the city centreMichelle
Very easy and convenientPablo A.