Parking at Millennium Point car park
If you are looking for a convenient and affordable place to park your car in Birmingham city centre, Millennium Point car park is an excellent option. This comprehensive guide will provide you with all the essential information you need to know before using the car park.
Address: Howe Street, B4 7AP
2024 Parking charges
Millennium Point car park offers affordable parking rates for both short and long-term stays. You can stay for 24 hours making it an affordable option if you’re staying overnight at a hotel in the city.
|Up to 2 hours
|Up to 4 hours
|Up to 6 hours
|Up to 12 hours
|Up to 24 hours
Millennium Point car park has multiple payment options, including card or cash.
Millennium Point car park has a total of 959 parking spaces, including 12 electric parking bays. There is a height limit of 2.1 metres.
Blue badge holders can park for free at Millennium Point car park with no time limit.
To use these spaces, you must have a valid blue badge displayed on your vehicle dashboard, which allows you to park in designated disabled parking spaces. It is important to note that misuse of these spaces is illegal and can result in fines.
Places close to Millennium Point car park
Millennium Point car park is located just off the A38 (M) motorway. It is situated in the heart of the city’s Eastside district and is easily accessible from all major routes into Birmingham city centre. The car park is within walking distance of Birmingham New Street and Moor Street train stations, and there are also several bus routes that stop nearby.
Millennium Point car park is conveniently located near several popular destinations in Birmingham city centre. These include Birmingham City University, Thinktank Science Museum, the Bullring Shopping Centre, and the Birmingham Hippodrome. It is also within walking distance of several train and bus stations, making it an ideal parking option for those travelling out of the city.
How to get to Millennium Point car park
From the A38(M)
- Follow the A38(M) motorway towards Birmingham city centre.
- Take the exit for Junction 6 and follow the signs for the city centre.
- Continue on the A38 until you reach the Curzon Street turnoff.
- Turn left onto Curzon Street.
- Millennium Point car park will be on your left-hand side.
It’s worth noting that Millennium Point car park is located within Portsmouth’s Clean Air Zone, so additional charges may be required. There may also be congestion in the area during peak times, so it’s advisable to allow extra time for your journey.