Nearby car parks
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|Wolverhampton Fryer Street||52||1||Buy|
|Wolverhampton Pipers Row||160||4||Buy|
|Wolverhampton Summer Row||90||2||Buy|
|Wolverhampton Wulfrun Centre||570||8||Buy||Pre‑book|
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Car Parking in Wolverhampton
It may not be the first place you think of as a tourist spot, but Wolverhampton has a surprising amount to offer visitors, from excellent shopping to plenty of attractions, and of course, the legendary ‘Wolves’ football team. It’s also home to an excellent university and plenty of historically important locations. Parking in Wolverhampton can be in high demand, especially during home football matches, so NCP car parks in Wolverhampton provide you with plenty of spaces. Regular users can also buy season tickets that allow you to use any of our Wolverhampton car parks.
Points of interest
While most visitors to the city may head straight for the football club or the university, there are several important cultural locations to explore, most notably Wightwick Manor, a 19th century manor house. For a touch of history, check out Moseley Old Hall, a 17th century farmhouse where in 1651 King Charles II hid after his defeat at the hands of Cromwell’s troops at the Battle of Worcester. The Black Country Museum is also a worthwhile stopping off point, giving visitors a glimpse into Midlands life through the centuries. Park at any of NCP’s Wolverhampton car parks such as Church Street or the large Wulfrun Centre car park for easy access to the city’s attractions.
The Mander Centre is one of the city’s main retail centres, offering plenty of opportunities to grab a bargain, as well as a fine selection of boutiques and independent traders. Wolverhampton car parks from NCP are plentiful and cluster around the centre, letting you choose from Fryer Street, Pipers Row, Summer Row or Wulfrun Centre car parks, all of which offer season ticket availability for regular users.
The Church of St John in the Square
Founded in 1758, St John’s is a splendid example of Georgian architecture set in two acres of churchyard. It’s a popular location for concerts, thanks to its excellent acoustics, and it’s even thought that the church’s organ was played by Handel himself during the first performance of his epic Messiah. If you’re attending a concert at the church then choose from either Church Street or Summer Row car parks, both of which are situated just minutes away.
Grand Theatre Wolverhampton
The gloriously ostentatious Grand Theatre (whose interior really does live up to its name!) opened in 1894 and is a wonderful example of Victorian architecture. A fantastic theatrical space, the site has played host to a succession of famous names over the years. Fryers Street and Pipers Row car parks are literally minutes from the theatre, making them an ideal choice if you have tickets for a show.
University of Wolverhampton
The University of Wolverhampton started life as the Wolverhampton Tradesmen's and Mechanics' Institute, founded in 1827, which then developed into the red brick university of today. The main campus is in the heart of the city, close to Fryer Street and Pipers Row car parks.