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Before you get stuck into all the amazing things to do in Shropshire, we know what you’ll all be thinking: But where can we park, how much will it cost and how can we pay?

Maybe you won’t all be thinking that, but driving into a rural county can be daunting so it’s always nice to have an idea of where to park in advance. That’s why we’ve got this handy guide ready for you.

You can also find plenty of metered street parking around the county, some of which has limited hours for visitors. Please check the street meters and signs which can easily be found throughout our county.

Where can I park in Shropshire?

Shropshire has over 11,000 parking spaces and as you’ll discover there’s parking throughout our towns and villages close to all of our attractions, country parks, shopping streets and festivals. Choose from a range of car parks in towns across Shropshire below to find out opening hours, charging times, address, Blue Badge holders information, Linear charges, how many spaces and the MiPermit code if choosing to pay via the App

Albrighton High Street (Crown Hotel)
Bishops Castle Auction Yard
Bishops Castle Church Street
Bishops Castle Harley Jenkins
Bridgnorth Innage Lane
Bridgnorth Listley Street North
Bridgnorth Listley Street South
Bridgnorth Riverside
Bridgnorth Sainsburys
Bridgnorth Severn Street
Bridgnorth Smithfield
Broseley Bridgnorth Road
Broseley Dark Lane
Church Stretton Crossways
Church Stretton Easthope 1-4
Cleobury Mortimer Childe Road (East)
Cleobury Mortimer Childe Road (West)
Craven Arms Corvedale Road
Craven Arms Newington Way
Ellesmere Cross Street
Ellesmere Spar Bridge
Ellesmere Talbot Street
Gobowen Railway Station
Highley High Street
Ludlow Castle Street
Ludlow Galdeford Zone A
Ludlow Galdeford Zone B
Ludlow Smithfield
Market Drayton Frogmore Road
Market Drayton Queen Street
Market Drayton Towers Lawn 1
Market Drayton Towers Lawn 2
Much Wenlock Back Lane
Much Wenlock Falcons Court
Much Wenlock New Road
Much Wenlock St Mary’s Lane
Oswestry Central Carpark
Oswestry Beatrice Street
Oswestry Festival Square
Oswestry Gatacre
Oswestry Lloyd Street
Oswestry Oak Street
Oswestry Oswald Road
Prees Church Street
Prees Heath
Shifnal Aston Street
Shifnal Kings Yard
Shrewsbury Abbey Foregate
Shrewsbury Bridge Street
Shrewsbury Frankwell Main
Shrewsbury Frankwell Quay
Shrewsbury Frankwell Riverside
Shrewsbury Multi-storey
Shrewsbury St Austins Street
Shrewsbury St Julians Friars
Wem High Street
Wem Leek Street
Wem Mill Street
Whitchurch Brownlow Street
Whitchurch Castle Hill
Whitchurch Newtown
Whitchurch Pepper Street
Whitchurch Sherrymill Hill
Whitchurch St John’s Street

Newport, Wellington, Ironbridge & Telford Parking information can be found here

How can I pay?

You can pay via cash, card, contactless or the MiPermit App throughout most of our car parks.

To watch how to use our parking machines please follow to watch a handy video here.
Using Shropshire Council parking machines 

Park and Ride & Electric Charging Points

If you don’t want the hassle of finding a free spot it’s well worth thinking about our Park and Ride options in Shrewsbury, Ludlow, Bridgnorth and Ironbridge for getting into these historic towns. Electric charging points can be found across the county with all of these locations being easily found on the Zap-map external website.
*Please note due to Covid-19 adjustments have been made to Park & Ride services

Winter sunrise from the Wrekin ❤️ 

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Embark on a journey through Ludlow's enchanting streets on a sunny Saturday market day! 🌞✨ 

Witness the lively atmosphere as local traders bring colors and flavors to the scene. Explore quaint independent shops, bask in the aromatic charm of cafes, and savor culinary delights at local restaurants. 

Ludlow's picturesque streets are a canvas of culture waiting to be explored! 🛍️🍽️ 

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"🏰✨ Dive into the heart of Shrewsbury's Castle Quarter – the epicenter of history and grandeur! 🏰 Home to four of the town's largest historic treasures – Shrewsbury Castle, Library, Prison, and Train Station. 

Did you know Shrewsbury Castle's foundations were laid in 1083 by the 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, Roger de Montgomery? 
Montgomery, a cousin of William the Conqueror, earned this castle and more as a thank-you for his aid during the Norman conquest.

From royal stronghold to a 16th-century transformation, Shrewsbury Castle has quite the story. Now, it stands majestically, housing the Shropshire Regimental Museum. 👑🏰 Ready to step into the pages of history?

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