If you have any questions about parking contact Shrewsbury Visitor Information Centre on 01743 258 888.
For coach parking information visit our Shrewsbury for Groups website
If you are visiting Shrewsbury for the day or staying out of town there are three Park and Ride sites - Harlescott serving the north and east, Meole Brace serving the south and Oxon for visitors from the west of town. Parking is free, although there is a return bus fare of £1.40. Park and Ride service is a cheap and easy way of getting into Shrewsbury town centre. Buses run every 10 minutes from 7.30am (8am on Saturdays) to 6.30pm daily except Sundays. There are stops and pick-up points throughout the town centre.
Stops at: Railway Station, Castle Street, Dogpole, High Street, Shoplatch, Barker Street and Chester Street.
Stops at: Old Potts Way, Wyle Cop, High Street, Shoplatch, Barker Street, Chester Street, Railway Station, Castle Street, Dogpole and English Bridge.
Stops at: Frankwell, Chester Street, Railway Station, Castle Street, Dogpole, High Street, Shoplatch and Barker Street.
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