Much of Twickenham is controlled residents parking only - and there are extra restrictions on match days. However there are a number of council run car parks, plus Waitrose, in the town centre - see the list below. We also offer a few hints and tips for rugby fans at the bottom of this page.
Visit our main page on parking in Richmond Borough if you can't find what you're looking for.
York House Car Park
Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 3AA
Right by the main Council buildings at York House, this is a small car park that gets very busy....
Ryde House Car Park
St Margarets Road, Twickenham, TW1 2EF
Although this is in Twickenham, it's most useful if you're heading to St Margarets or Richmond. Not far from Richmond Bridge....
Riverside Car Park
2-18 The Embankment, Twickenham, TW13
Car park in Twickenham
Holly Road Car Park
Holly Road, Twickenham, TW1 4HF
Holly Road car park is also used for Twickenham Farmers Market on Saturdays, but otherwise there's usually plenty of space. Very close to the centre...
Church Lane Car Park
Church Lane, Twickenham, TW1 3NX
Tucked away between Church Street and Twickenham Riverside, it's not the easiest to find, but there are often spaces for that very reason.
Arragon Road Car Park
Arragon Road, Twickenham, TW1 3NG
The Arragon Road car park is also known as the Waitrose Twickenham car park. Multistory, and not the easiest to manouvre around.
Parking on-site at Twickenham
Stadium is extremely limited and is normally
pre-allocated for international matches. Parking is
generally available on site for non-international
matches and Concerts if booked in advance.
Parking around Twickenham Stadium is very restricted as most roads offer parking for permit holders only. In fact on match days a specific Controlled Parking Zone comes into effect.
If you really want to drive and park near Twickenham Stadium, here are our top tips:
- Arrive early - at least two hours before the match starts.
- There are many good restaurants, bars and pubs in Twickenham.
- Richmond Borough have 5 car parks in the area (see above) which obviously get very busy. However, some local homes, businesses and schools also offer up their parking spaces / car parks for around £15 to £20.
- Be prepared to walk. If you don't get into a car park you are going to have at least a 15 minute walk to the Stadium.
- Forget street parking around Twickenham town centre - but you may find some 'safe' single yellow lines to park on in neighbouring areas.
Alternatively, arrive by public transport - or stay in a local hotel.