Parking for Bullring Birmingham

Where to park for Bullring Birmingham

When visiting the Bullring in Birmingham, it can be something of a challenge to get to, considering it is based in the centre of Birmingham. Although there are plenty of transport links, it might be easier to drive, especially if you are from outside of the area.

On-site parking at Bullring Birmingham

The most obvious option when parking at the Bullring in Birmingham is using the on-site car park, Bullring Centre Car Park.

The on-site car park is a pay and display car park, with 2024 costs as follows:

OptionParking Charge 2024
Up to 1 hour£3.50
Up to 2 hours£5.50
Up to 3 hours£8.50
Up to 4 hours£10.00
Up to 6 hours£12.00
Up to 8 hours£15.00
8 hours +£25.00

There are other car parks close by, including Grand Central Car Park, which is slightly cheaper than the on-site car park, although there’s a short walk involved. 2024 prices are:

OptionParking Charge 2024
Up to 1 hour£1.50
Up to 2 hours£3.00
Up to 3 hours£4.50
Up to 24 hours£10.00

On-street parking near Bullring Birmingham

If you’d prefer to park in an on-street parking bay close to the Bullring in Birmingham, you can park at on-street parking bays in the Inner Zone, which includes the following streets:

  • Colmore Row
  • Cornwall Street
  • Newhall Street
  • Livery Street
  • Whittall Street

Parking in on-street parking bays in Birmingham costs £3.60 per hour or £7.70 for up to 3 hours, as of 2024.

Free parking near Bullring Birmingham

Although parking at Bullring Birmingham costs just £3.50 to park for 1 hour (2024 pricing), you may want to save money by parking for free when you visit Bullring Birmingham.

You can park for free near Bullring Birmingham on the following streets:

  • Bridge Street West – 30 minute walk
  • Hospital Street – 25 minute walk
  • Cope Street – 30 minute walk
  • Stour Street – 30 minute walk

If you don’t fancy a long walk, but still want to take advantage of free parking when visiting the Bullring in Birmingham, you can use one of the convenient park and ride (tram) stations that offer free parking.

If you park at a tram station in Zone 2, you will pay just £4.30 for a day ticket on the tram or if you opt for Zone 3, you will pay just £5.80 for a day ticket. You should end your journey at Grand Central station which is a short 2 minute walk to Bullring Birmingham.

Birmingham tram park and ride sites include:

  • The Hawthorns – Zone 2
  • Wednesbury Parkway – Zone 3
  • Black Lake – Zone 2
  • Bradley Lane – Zone 3
  • Priestfield – Zone 3