Rent a Walsall Parking Space
Walsall is an industrial market town in the West Midlands. The Industrial Revolution changed it from a village of 2,000 people to a town of over 86,000 in around 200 years. The town manufactured everything from saddles, chains and buckles to plated ware, and the nearby limestone quarries also brought prosperity to the area. The town is so closely connected with its industrial history that its football team is known as the Saddlers.
Nowadays, Walsall is an interesting little town with lots going on, including two museums. Walsall Museum features local history objects, mostly from the manufacturing trades, and it also has a space for temporary exhibitions. Walsall Leather Museum, meanwhile, displays a mixture of leather goods and has recreations of leather workshops. There is also a section dedicated to showcasing the work of designers using leather today.
Visitors to the town also love to visit the Walsall Arboretum, The Light Cinema, and the New Art Gallery Walsall, which houses works by Jacob Epstein, Van Gogh, Monet, Turner, Renoir and Constable, as well as an exciting programme of temporary exhibitions.
With so much to do in and around Walsall, parking spaces are not always easy to find, and parking in Walsall town centre can be especially pricey.
But don’t worry - YourParkingSpace is here to help.
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Whether you’re looking for somewhere to leave the car during a day’s work, or you’re hoping for a spot that’s walking distance away from the shops for a family day out, we’ve got you covered!
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Walsall Parking Statistics
4.7 out of 5 stars
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Parking in Central Walsall
Parking in Walsall city centre can be especially challenging because of the parking restrictions in place in the most sought-after areas. Motorists are not allowed to park in the pedestrian zone, and there are several central roads that have limited access for deliveries only, and others that are reserved for bus, taxi and access only. There are also some spaces that are reserved for Walsall parking permit holders.
Walsall parking charges and restrictions vary from street to street, so make sure you check the signs before you park.
Free parking in Walsall was almost eliminated by the Walsall Council when they introduced on-street parking charges in the town in 2011 in response to parking bays being filled by the same cars all day. Since then, many of Walsall’s most in-demand streets, including Hatherton Street, Station Street and Lichfield Street, have parking charges, and motorists have to buy a ticket from a Pay and Display machine or risk a pricey Walsall parking fine.
There’s no need to risk that dreaded parking fine dropping through your letterbox. YourParkingSpace only offers parking spaces that you are entitled to park in so you can park without stress, leaving you free to enjoy your trip. Whether you’re just popping to the shops or you’re looking for all day parking in Walsall, YourParkingSpace can help.
Birmingham Airport Parking
Walsall doesn’t have its own airport. The nearest airport is Birmingham Airport, which is just over half an hour’s drive away.
Book in advance with YourParkingSpace to ensure your cheap, convenient parking space is waiting for you when you arrive at the airport.
Walsall has lots to offer shoppers. Crown Wharf Retail Park is the town’s most popular shopping area. It houses a non-food Asda store called Asda Living - the first of its kind - as well as many of the nation’s favourites for shopping and dining including:
- River Island
- Smyths Toys
The town’s main shopping street is the fully-pedestrianised Park Street, where visitors can find a range of well-known retailers such as New Look, USC, Marks & Spencer, Deichmann and Primark. The town centre also boasts several shopping malls:
- Saddlers Shopping Centre
- Old Square Shopping Centre
- The Park Place Shopping Centre
Find cheap and convenient parking spaces at short walking distances from these popular shopping destinations as well as Walsall’s other unmissable attractions. Just search your destination by name on YourParkingSpace, pop in your dates, and the results will appear on the map.
Walsall is located near Birmingham and Wolverhampton and is well connected by road to the rest of the country. Drivers from the North should leave the M6 at Junction 10 and follow the A454 (Wolverhampton Road) to get to the town centre.
Motorists coming from the direction of London should exit the M6 at Junction 7 and follow the A34 (Birmingham Road) into Walsall.
Walsall Train Station is conveniently located right in the centre of the town. There are trains to and from Birmingham New Street approximately every 25 minutes, and from Birmingham, New Street travellers can connect to other major cities. Walsall Railway Station also has handy links to Hereford and Coventry.
Walsall is not yet well-equipped with electric car charging points, but you can charge your vehicle nearby at Gallagher Retail Park or at Ikea Wednesbury.
Other electric vehicle charging points are available in the area surrounding Walsall. To find your nearest charging point, visit the government’s Go Ultra Low website.
If you have a Blue Badge, you have the right to park in disabled parking bays in Walsall. You can also park in some other spots that you otherwise wouldn’t have access to, making disabled parking in Walsall town centre that bit easier.
Blue Badge parking locations in Walsall include Bridge Street, Lower Hall Lane, Freer Street, Marsh Street, Station Street, Newport Street, Tower Street and High Street.
Overnight, weekends & bank holidays
If it’s getting late and you still haven’t found a place to park, don’t panic - YourParkingSpace is here to help. Even when everything else is closed, we’re available - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You can even book parking on the move by downloading our free app for Android and Apple.
With Walsall being a popular destination for commuters, shoppers and visitors alike, motorists are always searching for parking spaces there. If you have an empty driveway, underground parking spot or garage to rent in Walsall, list it for free on YourParkingSpace. Set your price and watch the bookings roll in - you could be earning an easy extra income in no time at all.
How much is parking at the Light Cinema Walsall?
There is a car park just outside the cinema. Charges are applied at all times, 24 hours a day, but prices vary depending on the day and time of your visit.
How much is parking at Walsall Manor Hospital?
Walsall Manor Hospital charges £2 for the first hour of parking followed by £1 per hour after the first hour up to a daily maximum fee of £6. Regular visitors to the hospital can get a weekly concessionary pass for £10 a week.
Is there free parking in Walsall?
Finding free parking in Walsall town centre can be difficult as most of the town centre is covered by a Pay and Display zone. Tesco parking in Walsall offers free parking for up to two hours, but to park for free, you need to spend a minimum of £5 in store.
How much is parking at Walsall Train Station?
Walsall Train Station doesn’t have its own car park, but there is a Pay and Display car park right next door. Parking costs £1 for an hour and £4 for 24 hours. A ticket lasting one month costs £90.
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