WE ALL KNOW how much of a nightmare it can be to find a good parking spot in Worcester- especially during peak times.

With the country slowly emerging out of lockdown and more venues set to open up next week, many of us will planning days out.

However, the last thing you want after a lovely day out in Worcester is to get stung by the parking fees.

New research by Nationwide Vehicle Contracts has also found that Worcester is the best city in the UK for blue badge parking and 96 per cent of car parks  have disabled parking spaces- which is great news for those with disabilities who live here. 

We have created an interactive map containing the major places to park in and around Worcester- and also included how much it cost you to stay there.

We have also included some information about the number of parking bays here and if they have CCTV.

This data was taken from the Worcester.gov.uk website and parking services provider, Parkopedia.

Click on the coloured icons to learn more about the parking spots in the area and how much they currently cost and the number of parking bays avaliable.

The cheapest and priciest places to park in Worcester

College Precincts, Croft Road and Pitchcroft Car Park are amoung the cheapest places to park (based on prices for an hour); it costs as little as 60p an hour to park in these areas. 

Opposingly, Cornmarket Car Park and Providence Street are among the pricier parking areas and it will cost you up to £1.20 to park here for an hour. 

At Cathedral Square, one hour parking can cost £3 for an hour. 

It’s important to note that health, social care and NHS volunteer workers can park for free in Worcester, until further notice.

This is for street parking bays, all City Council car parks, and also parking on single yellow lines.

You can park there for as long as you need. Please display in the windscreen the pass you have received from your NHS Trust, local authority or the Royal Voluntary Service.