Free Parking in Middlesbrough

free parking Middlesbrough

If you are visiting Middlesbrough, you can park for free near to the town centre without restrictions. Whether you are visiting with the family or you are heading out for a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants, parking for free is stress free and convenient.

4 places to park for free in Middlesbrough (2024)

You can park for free in Middlesbrough on the following streets near to the town centre:

Crescent Road
Ayresome Street
Longford Street
Pittodrie Place

What to consider when parking free in Middlesbrough

When parking, please take into consideration:

  • Be considerate – most free parking is on residential streets, so do not block driveways or exit routes
  • Don’t double park or park near to corners/bends

Free car parks in Middlesbrough

You can park for free in Middlesbrough all-day Sunday and between 6pm and 8am at some of the council run car parks in the town centre.

You can also park for free on Saturdays and Sundays at France Street Car Park. These car parks are close to the local restaurants and amenities:

Car ParkFree Parking
France Street Car ParkSaturdays, Sundays and 6pm – 8am
Amber Street Car ParkSundays and 6pm – 8am
Cannon Park Way Car ParkSundays and 6pm – 8am
Jedburgh Street Car ParkSundays and 6pm – 8am
Wood Street Car ParkSundays and 6pm – 8am
Ferry Road Car ParkSundays and 6pm – 8am
Civic Centre Car ParkSaturday (1 hour limit), Sundays and 6pm – 8am

Free street parking in Middlesbrough

You can park for free in Middlesbrough at on-street parking bays all day Sunday, for 2 hours Monday to Friday and between 6pm and 8am daily. These locations are all close to the town centre and include:

On Street Parking AreaFree Parking
Amber Street2 hours daily, all day Sunday and 6pm – 8am
Diamond Road2 hours daily, all day Sunday and 6pm – 8am
Emerald Street2 hours daily, all day Sunday and 6pm – 8am
Garnet Street2 hours daily, all day Sunday and 6pm – 8am
Pearl Street2 hours daily, all day Sunday and 6pm – 8am
Ruby Street2 hours daily, all day Sunday and 6pm – 8am
Clarendon Road (West)Saturdays, Sundays and 6pm – 8am
Granville RoadSaturdays, Sundays and 6pm – 8am
Laura StreetSaturdays, Sundays and 6pm – 8am
Southfield RoadSaturdays, Sundays and 6pm – 8am
Wilton StreetSaturdays, Sundays and 6pm – 8am
Woodlands RoadSaturdays, Sundays and 6pm – 8am

Free overnight parking in Middlesbrough

You can park for free in Middlesbrough between 6pm and 8am at on-street parking locations and council car parks near to the town centre.

On-street parking locations:

On Street Parking AreaFree Parking
Amber Street6pm – 8am
Diamond Road6pm – 8am
Emerald Street6pm – 8am
Garnet Street6pm – 8am
Pearl Street6pm – 8am
Ruby Street6pm – 8am
Clarendon Road (West)6pm – 8am
Granville Road6pm – 8am
Laura Street6pm – 8am
Southfield Road6pm – 8am
Wilton Street6pm – 8am
Woodlands Road6pm – 8am

Car parks include:

Car ParkFree Parking
France Street Car Park6pm – 8am
Amber Street Car Park6pm – 8am
Cannon Park Way Car Park6pm – 8am
Jedburgh Street Car Park6pm – 8am
Wood Street Car Park6pm – 8am
Transporter Bridge Car Park6pm – 8am
Civic Centre Car Park6pm – 8am

Free disabled parking in Middlesbrough

If you are a Blue Badge holder, you can park for free at Fairbridge Street Car Park which is a dedicated Blue Badge car park.

Alternatively, council run car parks and on-street parking locations allow free parking for those with a Blue Badge:

Car ParkBlue Badge Spaces
Buxton Street car park3
Captain Cook Square Car Park45
Fairbridge Street Car Park6
Ferry Road Car Park2
France Street Car Park5
Gurney Street Car Park3
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art car park6
Zetland Multi Storey Car Park15

Permit parking in Middlesbrough

If you are a resident of a parking zone in Middlesbrough you can apply for a residents parking permit quickly and easily. In order to apply for a permit, you will need proof eligibility.

You can also apply for visitor permits for those visiting your home.

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 Middlesbrough:

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