Parking at NCP Car Park, Birmingham High Street
Are you planning a visit to Birmingham city centre and need a safe and convenient place to park your car? Look no further than the NCP Car Park on Birmingham High Street. In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know about parking at NCP Car Park Birmingham High Street, including information on disabled parking, electric charge points, and how to get there.
Address: Dale End, Birmingham B4 7LN
2024 Parking charges
NCP Car Park Birmingham High Street offers competitive prices for city centre parking. The standard hourly rate is just £1.95, and there are discounts available for longer stays. You can pay for your parking using cash or card at the pay stations located throughout the car park, or you can pay online in advance to save time.
You can also park your car at NCP Car Park, Birmingham High Street for up 24 hours, so if you are exploring the city, it is an affordable option and can often be cheaper than hotel car parks.
|Cost (on the day)
|Up to 1 hour
|Up to 2 hours
|Up to 3 hours
|Up to 4 hours
|Up to 5 hours
|Up to 6 hours
|Up to 24 hours
NCP Car Park, Birmingham High Street has multiple payment options, including card, online pre-book and the NCP App (discounts available).
NCP Car Park, Birmingham High Street has a total of 1,073 parking spaces, including 6 designated spaces for disabled visitors.
Places close to NCP Car Park, Birmingham High Street
NCP Car Park Birmingham High Street is conveniently located in the heart of the city centre, just a short walk away from some of Birmingham’s most popular attractions. Here are some of the nearby places you may want to visit:
Bullring & Grand Central
The Bullring shopping centre is only a few minutes’ walk away from the car park and offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, and cafes.
If you’re looking for some entertainment, the Birmingham Hippodrome is a great option. This historic theatre hosts a variety of shows, including musicals, plays, and dance performances.
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
This fascinating museum and art gallery is a must-visit for anyone interested in history or art. It’s located just a short walk away from the car park and boasts an impressive collection of artefacts and works of art.
St. Philip’s Cathedral
This stunning cathedral is one of Birmingham’s most iconic landmarks and is located just a few minutes’ walk away from the car park. It’s a great place to visit if you’re interested in architecture or religious history.
New Street Station
If you’re arriving in Birmingham by train, you’ll be pleased to know that NCP Car Park Birmingham High Street is located just a short walk away from New Street Station, making it a convenient option for travellers.
How to get to NCP Car Park, Birmingham High Street
NCP Car Park Birmingham High Street is located in the heart of the city centre, making it easy to find and access. If you’re driving, simply follow signs for the Bullring shopping centre, and you’ll see the car park entrance on your left-hand side.
Driving to NCP Car Park Birmingham High Street is easy, and there are several routes you can take depending on your starting point. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get there:
- From the M6 motorway, take Junction 6 and follow the signs for Birmingham city centre.
- Follow the A38 (M) into the city centre, and then follow the signs for the Bullring shopping centre.
- At the Bullring, turn onto Smallbrook Queensway and follow the signs for NCP Car Park Birmingham High Street.
- The car park is located on the left-hand side of High Street, just after the junction with Smallbrook Queensway.
If you’re using a sat nav, the postcode for NCP Car Park Birmingham High Street is B4 7LN. However, please be aware that some satellite navigation systems may not be up-to-date and may not provide the most accurate directions.
Please note that traffic in Birmingham can be heavy, particularly during peak times and the car park is located within Birmingham’s clean air zone. If you would prefer to avoid these additional charges, see what free parking is close to Birmingham city centre.