Citi Park Hotel

884 Rochdale Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M9 8AH, United Kingdom
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Cheapest parking in Manchester near to MEN Arena

by tinyrabbit

I am trying to find the cheapest parking for around 10 hours on a week day (Friday) from about 12/1pm until 11pm at night, and within as close distance as possible to the MEN arena.

Can anyone help?

I believe that there is an NCP car park at the arena, but if my previous experiences of NCP are anything to go by they are usually far more expensive than others.

I don't know Manchester at all so any replies would be very helpful

Thanks

Debs

Re: Cheapest parking in Manchester near to MEN Arena

by Gillybob

Is it critical for you to come by car? The MEN Arena is on top of Victoria train station.

There are a number of streets in the immediate area that my friend has parked on when we meet up in Manchester but that's usually in the evening so I'm not sure if she is parking on a post-6pm rule.

Re: Cheapest parking in Manchester near to MEN Arena

by sandgrounder

I would suggest that you try and avoid the NCP at the MEN itself. Getting out of there after a concert/show can be a nightmare. Queuing to pay for parking tickets at the pay stations and then queuing to get out the car park.

When in Manchester we always park during the day under the railway arches off Chapel Street, near junction with Victoria Street within one minutes walk of MEN. These are manned car parks, cost around £6 per day - I've never had any problems and been using them for years. However they tend to close at 6pm so you will need to move. There is another car park right on the junction of Chapel Street and Victoria Street, up a ramp and on top of the aforementioned arches that stays opne late for MEN parking. Cost there is around £5 for an evening. Again used it plenty of times without problem.

Re: Cheapest parking in Manchester near to MEN Arena

by briwire

You can park on Victoria station car park, but on a Friday afternoon it will probably be very busy.

If you are coming from the west, why not park at the Ladywell park and ride near Hope hospital. It is free parking, 24 hour attendant and a tram stop next to it. £1.90 return to Piccadilly, then a 5 minute walk to the MEN.

You tend to get a few drunks on the trams at night, but I've never had a problem.

Travel Tips for Manchester

THE BIGGEST HALL ON THE WORLD IN THE PAST

by Andrew_Liu

Nearby Arndale Shopping center, it is original Royal Exchange, and Cotton Exchange more formerly. They say it was the biggest hall on the world at that time. It is also a example of
prosperous past of Manchester.

Santa Time

by sandysmith

At Christmas there is always a huge Santa on rooftop of the Town Hall. Its always a popular feature of the festive season - you can't miss it!
In 2007 it was a giant Christmas Teddy bear all a glitter with lights on the front of the Town Hall, a windmill carousel and fairy lights in the trees.

Super League

by iaint

Top level rugby league - that's the 13 a side version of the sport, for the uninitiated.

Wigan is one of the massive names in the sport. To me, evocative of grainy B&W TV images from the 1960s when 6" of mud was needed before the game was worthwhile.

Now it's all glamour and style (in a North of England kind of way). No more grimy Central Park - a shiny new stadium shared with the town's Premiership football (soccer) club. Super League is played in the summer and the old fashioned mud baths have been consigned to history.

The players no longer work down the coal mine in the morning and play games in the afternoon. The come from Australia (mostly), New Zealand (often) as well as England. Some French and the occasional Papuan from time to time.

I saw them play Catalans Dragons from Perpignan (yes, a French team playing in the "English" league). It was a cracker. 24-22 to the home side with the winning try coming just before the final whistle.

£20 for the best seats. I paid £5 for parking, but I'm sure regulars know where to park nearby for free.

Attendance was 11k+ so plenty bums on seats, but the stadium was less than half full. Doesn't help to generate atmosphere. Beer and food on sale inside the stadium. Lots of food joints around the stadium - it's in the middle of a retail/leisure park.

Salford Quays

by hayward68

If you head to the Lowry Centre you'll have the opportunity to see this area of the city. Even if you don't want to visit the Lowry, still go to Salford Quays. It's a lovely waterfront area where you can go shopping at the Designer Outlet, participate in watersports, feed the swans or just stroll alongside the water. It was interesting for a Canadian to read the names of places here, Ontario Basin and Winnipeg Quay to name two.
Opening up in July across from the Lowry will be Imperial War Museum North. If it's anything like London's then it would be well worth a visit.

Models and stuff

by Balam about Model Zone

Model Zone on Deansgate is certainly the best Model shop around, People will come for miles to look aroundnbrowsing through the vast range of models, everything from Soldiers to Battle Tanks . Trains planes and boats. You name it and you can buy a model of it anything from £1 to £650 +

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Address: 884 Rochdale Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M9 8AH, United Kingdom