Parking for Twickenham
A world-famous rugby ground and part-time concert venue, Twickenham Stadium started out life as a cabbage patch! Today, you won't find any cabbages; instead, the stadium can seat up to 82,000 spectators and offers a range of things to see and do, including a stadium tour and paying a visit to the World Rugby Museum. As a live music venue, it's played host to giants of rock, such as the Rolling Stones and, as a sports' stadium, has been the setting for various Rugby World Cup matches, and American Football.
When there's an event on, car parking in this part of London can be extremely difficult. Our London Richmond Station NCP car park is walkable, but your best bet is to park your car there and hop on one of the regular commuter buses and get to your event in around 15 minutes.
For anyone hosting or attending business events or conferences, Twickenham Stadium offers some excellent facilities, including the outstanding Twickenham Cellar restaurant. Find out what’s on at Twickenham Stadium.