Nearby car parks
|Leicester Abbey Street||400||3||Buy|
|Leicester East Street||420||3||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Leicester Granby Halls||223||5||Buy|
|Leicester Lee Circle||1070||6||Buy|
|Leicester Rutland Centre||526||7||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Leicester St Nicholas Circle||646||3||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Leicester Welford Road||550||2||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Name||Leicester Abbey Street|
|Name||Leicester East Street|
|Name||Leicester Granby Halls|
|Name||Leicester Lee Circle|
|Name||Leicester Rutland Centre|
|Name||Leicester St Nicholas Circle|
|Name||Leicester Welford Road|
Parking in Leicester
Leicester is a small city that’s made a huge global impression in recent years. Discover great shopping at the Haymarket and Highcross, world class education at De Montfort and a thriving city centre. With a choice of NCP Leicester car parks across the city, including East Street and Abbey Street, you can park in hassle-free, centrally located car parks and explore this busy East Midlands city.
Haymarket Shopping Centre
Situated in the city centre, the Haymarket Shopping Centre is home to more than 60 shops catering for all tastes. It’s the oldest shopping mall in Britain, and is full of great boutiques and high street brands for everyone. Parking is a breeze too, with our Rutland Centre car park close by, giving you hassle-free access to all the centre’s great retail and dining options.
Welford Road Stadium
This is the home ground of the Leicester Tigers rugby union team, and one of the city’s most popular sporting venues. With plenty of spaces available at the nearby Granby Halls car park, you can leave your car just minutes away from the turnstiles and get to the game on time without worrying about finding a parking spot.
De Montford University
Situated right next to the River Soar, De Montfort is one of the UK’s leading research universities. There’s plenty of Leicester car parking available for De Montfort University at our Welford Road car park, with online pre-booking available if you want to reserve a spot.
King Richard III Visitor Centre
Killed in 1485, the exact whereabouts of Richard’s body had remained a mystery for centuries. In 2013 he was discovered under a local carpark and laid to rest in a slightly more fitting location in Leicester Cathedral in 2015. Our St Nicholas Circle car park is just a few minutes’ walk from the cathedral and visitor centre attraction.