Rent a Wolverhampton Parking Space
Wolverhampton is a vibrant city located in the heart of the West Midlands.
With its iconic Prince Albert statue, Wolverhampton is a city which offers friendly independent retailers, top high street stores, and boutique markets, as well as benefitting from not one, but two, purpose-built shopping centres. Safe and welcoming, the city is the perfect place to indulge in a shopping spree or bag a bargain.
Wolverhampton parking services can get very busy. Parking in Wolverhampton on match days is particularly congested. This means it is often difficult for commuters and visitors to locate convenient, reasonably priced parking spots.
…this is where YourParkingSpace comes in.
With a quick and simple online platform, YourParkingSpace gives you access to many different off-street parking opportunities in Wolverhampton. These range from private driveways to lock-up garages. Prices start from as little as £2, securing you cheap parking in Wolverhampton.
Book in advance with YourParkingSpace to ensure that you have the perfect parking spot in Wolverhampton. Both short-term and long-term parking is available, with the option of hourly or weekly bookings.
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Wolverhampton Parking Statistics
4.7 out of 5 stars
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Parking in Wolverhampton City Centre
There are several options for parking in Wolverhampton town centre. There are a number of car parks across Wolverhampton city centre, each with their own parking restrictions. There is also on-street parking available in certain areas. Pay and display machines are used for on-street parking bays. Some areas require a Wolverhampton parking permit.
On-street parking is divided into two zones. Parking restrictions are in place in both zones from 8.30am to 6pm, 7 days a week. In Zone 1, the parking charges are 60p per 20-minute period with a maximum stay of 2 hours. In Zone 2, the parking charges are 60p per 40-minute period with a maximum stay of 2 hours.
There are additional parking restrictions around schools. Outside most of the schools in Wolverhampton, yellow school keep clear markings can be seen. No vehicles are allowed to stop on these markings for any reason during the hours shown on the accompanying signs.
Other road markings to look out for are yellow lines. No waiting at any time is permitted on double yellow lines. On single yellow lines, no waiting is permitted during the times shown on the accompanying signs. There may also be kerb flashes showing loading restrictions.
Avoid the risk of a Wolverhampton parking fine dropping through your letterbox. With YourParkingSpace, you can be sure that we only offer parking spaces that you are entitled to park in. This ensures that you can enjoy your trip without worrying about Wolverhampton parking tickets.
Wolverhampton Airport Parking
The nearest airport to Wolverhampton is Birmingham airport. Parking in the areas surrounding Birmingham airport is highly sought after. For cheap, secure and convenient parking spaces, both long stay and short stay, visit our Birmingham airport page.
Wolverhampton is a lively city ideally situated in the heart of the West Midlands. With 18th Century architecture and open green spaces, the city streets are a delight to explore. Keep your eyes open to spot the Wolf of Wolverhampton Art Gallery! The wolf in sheep’s clothing, known as ‘Baa-bara’, appears on the balcony every hour on the hour.
Popular attractions in Wolverhampton include the Royal Airforce Museum, Wightwick Manor and Gardens, and West Park.
Find fantastic parking spaces within a short walking distance to these top attractions with YourParkingSpace.
Wolverhampton is just north of Birmingham, connected by the M6, which continues north towards Stoke-on-Trent. The M54 heads west towards Telford and the M5 heads south to Worcester.
There are 4 Park and Ride services to choose from around the city of Wolverhampton.
Wolverhampton train station is managed by West Midlands Railway. Local and regional services run frequently from the station. Wolverhampton parking near train station is available.
Electric vehicle charging points are available across Wolverhampton.
To make use of charging points in Wolverhampton, electric vehicle owners are advised to become a member of a public charging network.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Disabled Parking in Wolverhampton
As you may be aware, having a Blue Badge gives you more options about where to park and for how long. Blue Badge holder are also often able to park free of charge.
Many car parks in Wolverhampton offer disabled spaces, but these may be limited and all car parks differ, so make sure to check the signs before parking your car.
With a valid Blue Badge, you may park free of charge and without a time limit at pay and display on-street parking locations, unless otherwise stated by signs in the area.
Overnight, weekends & bank holidays
Often the best plans are spontaneous. With YourParkingSpace available 24 hours a day, you can book a space at the last minute. You can even book parking on the go, by downloading our free app.
Parking restrictions in pay and display zones in Wolverhampton are in place 7 days a week between 8.30am and 6pm. Most car parks in Wolverhampton are open 7 days a week. However, overnight parking in Wolverhampton is not permitted in most car parks, except in Faulkland Street car park. Some car parks permit overnight parking by arrangement.
Have you considered earning a simple second income from your empty Wolverhampton parking space? You might want to consider registering with YourParkingSpace. Parking in Wolverhampton is in high demand and you could watch the bookings roll in for that unused driveway, parking space or lock-up garage. Registering with YourParkingSpace takes moments and it’s free to list your space.
How much is parking in Wolverhampton?
Wolverhampton parking charges vary depending on where you are parking. Pay and display bays are located in two different zones. In Zone 1, the parking charges are 60p per 20-minute period with a maximum stay of 2 hours. In Zone 2, the parking charges are 60p per 40-minute period with a maximum stay of 2 hours.
How much is parking at Wolverhampton train station?
All day parking in Wolverhampton train station costs £12 on a weekday and £5 on a bank holiday or at the weekend.
What time is free parking in Wolverhampton?
Parking in Wolverhampton for free is not available at any particular time. Parking charges vary depending on where you are parking, so it is important to always check the signs. Alternatively, book in advance with YourParkingSpace so that a convenient and affordable parking space is waiting when you arrive.
How much is parking in Wolverhampton city centre?
In Wolverhampton city centre, there are a number of car parks as well as on-street pay and display parking. Parking charges in the car parks vary so it is important to check the signs of the car park you are in. Pay and display bays are divided into two zones across the city. In Zone 1, the parking charges are 60p per 20-minute period with a maximum stay of 2 hours. In Zone 2, the parking charges are 60p per 40-minute period with a maximum stay of 2 hours.
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Latest Wolverhampton parking reviews
It was great to have a parking space on such a busy day, we had a disabled person with us, so it was very good for her. We went straight in and into the space with no problems. However, trying to get out was very difficult, It was because of the amount of people there, but, it is very frustrating.!Ken
Superb location right opposite the ground,the car park is shut for 20 minutes after the match but caused no problem as i saw the end of the match and had time for something to eatMark
Excellent facility and easy to book.Geoff
Excellent - quick and easyAnita
All good and easyColin
Perfect parking for the football. Pub/eating place exactly where you park available for football fans. Quick exit after the matchJade
I was a bit worried about this space in view of some of the comments left previously. However, although at first I thought I was in a dead end after following the directions, (!!!) looking around the corner I could see the car park and there was plenty of room. Mac was totally helpful & phoned to check we'd arrived OK. Can't comment on the issues raised by some people of renting out the space but we weren't accosted by any angry neighbours, so not an issue for us. Five minutes' walk got us to the Away end - the only issue afterwards is that the police stop away fans from following the same route back for ten minutes after the game (but a short diversion through the Asda car park solved that one)- and getting away after the game was surprisingly easy given there's an official club car park emptying out into the same access road. Would definitely use this space again next season!Glenn