National Railway Museum Parking
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National Railway Museum is located in York and is a must visit attraction for fans of steam trains and the railways. The museum, also known as the York Railway Museum, offers free entrance and is full of fascinating objects and exhibitions. Explore fascinating information about centuries of railway history and discover interesting objects from the world’s largest railway collection. The main part of the museum collection includes 260 locomotives and railway vehicles. See the world’s fastest steam engine Mallard, a replica of George Stephenson’s Rocket, and the only bullet train outside of Japan. As well as the full size engines, the museum is also home to over 1000 model engines, carriages and other rail vehicles and equipment. The museum photographic collection has photos dating back to the 1800s, allowing visitors to really see the history of the railway era.
As with most popular attractions, parking at National Railway Museum gets very busy and it can be tricky to find a parking spot if you don’t plan in advance. It is recommended that drivers investigate their parking options in advance before setting off for their day out at the National Railway Museum.
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National Railway Museum parking is available in the visitor car park on Leeman Road. This is only a few minutes’ walk away from the main entrance to the museum. Parking costs £10 for an all day ticket. The museum is clearly signposted from all approaches to York city. Tokens for the visitor car park can be purchased at the main entrance of the museum. The car park closes at 6.30pm.
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If you’re staying in the area near National Railway Museum and are looking for other things to do, you won’t be disappointed as there are plenty of nearby attractions. York is a beautiful city with exquisite architecture, quaint cobbled streets, and an imposing Minster. York Minster is a place that all visitors to York should see. It is one of the world’s most magnificent cathedrals.
You may want to invest in a York Pass, which is the city’s official sightseeing card. It gives visitors free entry to over 35 top attractions, museums and monuments in York and the surrounding area. It also includes a free 24 hour hop on hop off bus tour of the city.
Other nearby attractions in York include the historic city walls, which you can walk all the way around in sections; the Shambles, a unique shopping area with wonderful boutiques and independent stores; and a boat tour along the river Ouse.
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The nearest train station to National Railway Museum is York station. The train station is only a few minutes’ walk from the museum and the route is clearly signposted. Alternatively, there is a direct route to the museum via the footbridge in the train station. However, this route is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs.
The number 10 bus, run by First, passes right by the museum. The main entrance is just a short walk from the bus stop. The Rawcliffe Park and Ride bus also picks up and drops off on Leeman Road near the museum.
Bike and on foot:
National Railway Museum is a 10 minute walk from the centre of York town. The route on foot is well signposted. If you are cycling to the museum, there are bicycle racks available by the main entrance of the museum.
Disabled Parking at National Railway Museum
The Blue Badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems or those who are registered blind. Blue Badge holders can park for free at the National Railway Museum. Accessible parking is located outside the main entrance to the museum. Museum staff will be happy to help you if you need any assistance during your visit. Wheelchairs are available free of charge at the museum entrance, and all areas of the museum have step free access via lifts or ramps.
There are currently no electric vehicle charging points at National Railway Museum, but there are several located around York city. A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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What postcode should I use for my Sat Nav to reach National Railway Museum?
For Sat Nav directions to National Railway Museum parking, use the postcode YO26 4XJ.
Is it free to park in the National Railway Museum visitor car park?
No, there is a cost of £10 for a full day parking ticket in the museum visitor car park. Parking is free for Blue Badge holders in the accessible parking outside the main entrance. Entry to the museum is free for all.
Can I walk to the National Railway Museum from the train station?
National Railway Museum is only a few minutes’ walk from York train station. The route is well signposted. There is even a direct route you can take over the train station footbridge.
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Latest National Railway Museum parking reviews
Easy to find, close to the city centre, great price.Michelle
perfect parking for York.Toni
Parking is good space for 4x4.. It would be good if the - ‘what three words” for the middle of the car park were added to the instructions. Waze using the postcode took me to Oxford Road rather than Cambridge Road. As Holgate Road is busy, once in the wrong place it is not easy to work out where you need to go. Also a sign inside the gate showing the route to walk to station would be helpful. I found it by walking along Hokgate arias as taking the left down Lowther following the pedestrian sign but I found a quicker way back. It makes the car space really convenient for the station. Otherwise a good spot.Melanie
Very easy great parking if your staying at the grand hotel would defo use againDavid
Very issue to find using my Sat Nav. when you get to the barrier, quick call to Paul to give you access code and the space is right there. Recommend to allMichael
The location was great, you can’t get more central that this! Communication was great too. On arrival time taken to go through the gate entry code and direct us to our spot. Would use again and would recommend too.Stuart
Easy to find, lots of space. ExcellentPeter
This is a great app for finding parking In unfamiliar locations. Very efficient operation and simple to use. Have recommended it to my friends.David
Really simple - would definitely use again - wanted it to be close to train station and it wasRob