Parking at West Kensington Station
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West Kensington is a tube station located in central London. It serves the District line in Zone 2.
The station does not have a car park, and as in any big city, parking in London can be difficult.
Parking restriction on nearby streets can be complicated to navigate, and pay-and-display and meter parking are expensive options.
On top of the parking costs, those travelling into central London are likely to have to pay the London Congestion Charge.
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Parking at West Kensington Tube Station
West Kensington station does not have a car park, bu the following alternatives are available nearby:
Most streets around the West Kensington Station rea are Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ). Restrictions are typically in place between 8.30am and 6.30pm Monday to Saturday.
If a street is marked with double yellow lines, you cannot park at any time.
Pay-and-display & parking meters
Some parking areas are available to non-residents, and you can pay at a roadside machine or parking meter.
Pay very close attention to the restrictions in place, which are normally mentioned on street signs. Parking fines range from £80–£120. If you park illegally, you may have your car towed away and have to pay a £250 fee to retrieve it.
The Kensington High Street Car Park is a 2-minute walk from the tube station. It has 322 spaces, including 4 disabled parking bays and 10-15 motorcycle bays
Address: Hornton Street, W8 7NX, Kensington, London UK
This carpark is a 14-minute walk from the station and has 60 spaces.
Address: London Olympia, Broadwood Terrace, Pembroke Road, London, W8 6PL
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West Kensington station is located within a 15-minute walk of some of London’s most popular attractions, including Kensington Palace, Holland Park, Kensington Olympia, and the Natural Science Museum.
The Stamford Bridge stadium, home of the Chelse FC, is also in the area.
Getting to West Kensington Station
By Tube: District Line
By Bus: There is a bus stop at the station, serving lines 28, 391, and N28.
Santander Cycles: The nearest docking station is at Vereker Road, West Kensington.
Disabled Parking near West Kensington Station, London
Blue Badge parking is available on nearby streets, including:
1 space at the junction of Vereker Rd and Fairholme Rd
1 space outside 35 Perham Road
All pay and display bays are free to blue badge holders at nearby Ivatt Pl.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to your destination, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Need a boost? Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in the West Kensington station area. You will find the closest one at Mortimer House, W140TL.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
As a general rule, there are no restrictions for parking on Controlled Parking Zones on weekdays between 6.30pm and 8.30am, and all day Sunday. On Saturdays, some streets allow free parking after 1.30pm or 6.30pm. Please read the CPZ signs carefully as restrictions can vary.
Most private car parks are open 24/7. Contact the relevant carpark for opening hours.
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What is West Kensington Station’s address?
It is London Underground Ltd, North End Rd, London, postcode W14 9NL
Does West Kensington Station have a lift?
No, there is no lift at the station.
How long does it take to walk to Olympia London?
You can walk to Olympia London in 9 minutes (0.5 miles)
What is the journey time to Queensway?
It is a 14-minute bus ride, 7-minute drive or 42-minute walk to Queensway.
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