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Palace Theatre Parking Manchester

If you are a regular theatre goer you  will know that parking near the Palace Theatre costs a fortune. Usually I like to make an evening of it. Firstly eat dinner in Manchester, and catch up with a friend, before enjoying the show. However here’s a tip of getting Cheap Palace Theatre Parking In Manchester. See Here For Opera House Parking.

Finding parking, or the right car park is a nightmare. And don’t even get me started on the queue to pay for parking afterwards! So I wanted to share a few tips that will save you time and money.

The Palace and Opera House have secured special theatre goes rates with selected local car parks. This gives you the opportunity to secure cheap parking steps away from the Palace Theatre.

Discount theatre parking  makes a considerable saving on the cost of you evening.

Where To Park For The Palace Theatre Manchester?

Parking at the Palace Theatre  in Manchester costs £7.80 for 6 hours ( subject to change) however you must validate your ticket at the theatre rather than the car park. Do this at the cloakroom before the show. Then when you leave the car park after the show you simply go straight to your car. No need to queue to pay in the car park.

Oxford Street NCP car park, postcode  M1 5EJ. And the Manchester Palace NCP car park, postcode M1 6NE both are a 2 minute walk to the theatre.

Be aware when navigating your way around the Palace Theatre the road the theatre is on is for buses and taxis only, you get to the car park from around the back. Do not be tempted to drive directly past the theatre. I have got a ticket by making this mistake.

Tip; validate your ticket before the show to safe the faff of queueing after the show.

Where to park for the Opera House Manchester
Oxford Street Car Park to the Palace Theatre
Manchester Palace Theatre Cheap Parking
Manchester Palace parking to The Palace Theatre

I hope that helps. There are usually posters around the theatres advertising the parking. However when you are excited to see a new show of one of your faves its just not something you are looking for. And if you do love a great show. check out my latest reviews here.

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