Free Parking in Hull

Free Parking in Hull

You will be pleased to know there are options for free parking in Hull without restrictions. We’re here to show you where you can find them, whether you’re visiting the hospital, the city centre for shopping or the KCOM Stadium.

3 places to park for free in Hull 2024

You can park for free in Hull on the following streets near to the city centre:

Spyvee Street
Popple Street
Drypool Way

You should always check for any newly installed restriction signs before leaving your car.

What to know about parking free in Hull

When parking, please be considerate of others:

  • Don’t block any entrance ways
  • Tuck your car as close to the kerb as possible.
  • Don’t double park as you may be parked on a bus route

Cheapest all-day parking in Hull

We found the cheapest car park in Hull to be Princes Quay Shopping Centre car park, which can be pre-booked, even if you are not a customer.

You book this car park all day (9am – 5pm) for just £4, so it’s a great option for commuters or those visiting Hull for the full day.

Cheapest monthly parking in Hull

We found the cheapest car park for monthly parking in Hull to be Princes Quay Shopping Centre car park, which costs £52.50 per month, making it ideal for commuters.

You can use this car park 7 days a week, including overnight, and leave and re-enter the car park as many times as you need to, but you must pre-book this car park.

Parking in Hull

Free Parking near Hull Marina

There are pay and display car parks close to Hull Marina, but parking is minimal. You can park for free near to Hull Marina on the following streets:

  • Spyvee Street
  • Popple Street
  • Drypool Way

Free on-street parking in Hull

You can park for free in Hull between 6pm and 8.30am at these on-street parking locations, including:

StreetAddressFree Parking
Alfred Gelder StreetHU1 1EP6pm – 8.30am
Guildhall RoadHU1 1HL6pm – 8.30am
Gandhi WayHU1 1EP6pm – 8.30am
Bowlalley WayHU1 1EJ6pm – 8.30am
Salthouse LaneHU1 1HB6pm – 8.30am

Free car parks in Hull

You can park for free in Hull every day after 6pm at the following car parks:

  • Francis Street Car Park – HU2 8EH
  • Lowgate Car Park – HU1 2AA
  • Tower Street Car Park – HU9 1TQ
Car ParkAddressSpacesFree Parking
Francis Street Car ParkHU2 8EH1826pm – 8.30am
Lowgate Car ParkHU1 2AA616pm – 8am
Tower Street Car ParkHU9 1TQ906pm – 8am

Hull Park & Ride Sites

There is one park and ride site in Hull that offers free parking for up to 650 cars, providing that you use the bus service to get into the city centre.

Buses also run to the KCOM Stadium 2 hours before every match, so it’s a really cost effective way to enjoy the football. 

All buses have complimentary WiFi so you can stay connected on your journey.

Park and Ride SiteAddressFacilitiesBus Times
Priory Park Park and RideHU4 7DYToilets, baby changing rooms, waiting room7am – 7pm

Motorhome parking in Hull

The recommended option for Motorhome parking in Hull is to use the Park and Ride in Hessle (HU4 7BB) and jump on the bus for the short journey into the City Centre. Hessle is easy to access from the M62 so there’s no city centre traffic to contend with.

Free disabled parking in Hull

If you have a Blue Badge and you are visiting Hull, you will want to use one of the on-street parking locations which are close to the city centre.

Blue Badge holders can park for free in Hull for any amount of time (unless time restrictions are shown on signage) at the following locations:

  • Alfred Gelder Street
  • Bond Street
  • Bourne Street
  • Carroll Place
  • Charles Street
  • Cross Street
  • Liberty Lane
  • George Street
  • Ghandi Way
  • Grimston Street
  • Kingston Square
  • Land of Green Ginger
  • Market Place
  • New Garden Street
  • Osborne Street
  • Portland Street
  • Prospect Street
  • Quay Street
  • Reed Street
  • Savile Street
  • Silver Street
  • South Church Side
  • Story Street
  • Wright Street

Car parks

  • Pryme Street Car Park
  • Osborne Street Multi Storey Car Park
  • Albion Street Car Park

Coach parking in Hull

If you are travelling to Hull by coach, it’s important to know where to park as some car parks don’t accommodate larger vehicles. There are no height restrictions at the following car parks:

  • Lowgate Car Park – HU1 2AA
  • History Centre – HU2 8BG
  • Trippett Street Car Park – HU1 3BY

Residential parking in Hull

If you are a resident in Hull where permits are required, you can apply for a residents parking permit.

In order to apply, you will need to apply to the council with proof of address as well as proof of vehicle. 

You can expect to pay around £22 per year for a parking permit and visitor passes can be purchased for under £1 (maximum of 10 per month).

About Hull, UK

Hull was crowned ‘City of Culture’ back in 2017 and it’s clear to see why. With so much to see and do for the whole family, you won’t ever be bored if you are visiting Hull or looking something to do if you are a local.

The amazing aquarium that sits just on the River Humber, The Deep, is the perfect family day out, especially on those cold, wet days. With so much to see from Penguins to Sharks, it will keep children of all ages occupied.

Hull is also home to a host of free museums, including Hull Maritime Museum, Streetlife Museum and Wilberforce House, so there’s always something to learn during your visit.

If you’re looking for nightlife, there is a wide range of eateries to sample, including street food and independent restaurants as well as craft beer pubs.

Princess Quay shopping centre is sure to pacify your need for some retail therapy, with a range of high street shops under one roof, including TopShop, Superdrug, River Island and Primark to name a few.

Other towns and cities nearby

If you’re visiting the area for a short trip or just looking for things to do nearby, you can explore these towns and cities that are near to Hull:

About the Author

Hi, my name is Amber and I’m here to help find you suitable free parking in towns and cities across the UK.

When I visit new towns and cities, I always take note of where you can (legally) park for free, whether this be on-street parking bays or council run car parks, which offer free parking during certain hours of the day.

Although I take every effort to ensure this information is up to date and correct, if you notice an issue, please get in touch so I can rectify it for everyone.

Amber

Information was last updated on January 10th, 2024