Free Parking at Attractions Across UK
When it comes to choosing a place to go for the day, either with family or to get together with friends, one thing you don’t want to be worrying about is paying for parking at your chosen attraction.
Whether you are looking for an adrenaline themed day out at a theme park or you’re looking for something more relaxing such as a visit to a stately home, there’s plenty of attractions that offer free parking.
1. English Heritage, UK wide
When you purchase an English Heritage annual membership, you will be able to take advantage of free parking at all English Heritage sites that have on-site parking.
Places to visit with English Heritage membership:
- Bolsover Castle
- Whitby Abbey
- Scarborough Castle
- Tintagel Castle
As of 2024, you can purchase an annual membership for as little as £53 per person, but there’s also a 15% discount available on memberships when you purchase through the links below and use code EH22MEM.
|Price with Discount
|Individual (Young Adult)
|Family (2 adults, 12 children)
|Lifetime Individual (Adult)
|Lifetime Individual (Senior)
2. Chester Zoo, Chester
Chester Zoo offers free parking to all visitors and they are also proud to have 26 7kW electric car chargers on site.
3. Longleat Safari Park, Warminster
If you’re visiting the UK’s number 1 safari park, Longleat, you can take advantage of free parking during your visit.
You can purchase entry tickets in advance and save 5% on the standard ticket pricing when you use this link.
4. ZipWorld, Wales
If adrenaline is your thing, ZipWorld in Wales offers some truly exhilarating experiences, from the Fforest coaster to the Tree Top Nets.
Free parking is available at all ZipWorld sites across North Wales. You can save up to 15% on your booking by using this link to pre-book your activity.
5. Harry Potter Studio Tour, Watford
If you’re visiting the Harry Potter Studio Tour, you can take advantage of free parking which is a short walk from the entrance. There is the opportunity to pay for priority parking, but you don’t need to if you’d rather use the free parking option.
Blue Badge holders can park for free next to the entrance and there are also plenty of electric charge points.
6. Cadbury World, Birmingham
For the chocolate lovers among us, you can benefit from free parking when you visit Cadbury World. One thing to note is that you may be required to go through Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone to get to Cadbury World, which involves additional charges.
7. Chill Factore, Manchester
Chill Factore is located next to the Trafford Centre in Manchester and has ample free parking when you book your fun family activity.
On site, there’s also Play Factore and Dino Falls Golf so you can make a full day of it, without worrying about paying for parking.
8. Castle Howard, North Yorkshire
Castle Howard is one of the most impressive houses in Yorkshire and is open to the public, alongside the stunning grounds. On site there’s an adventure playground to keep the little ones entertained.
There’s plenty of free parking that is just a stones throw away from the main entrance.