Car Parking in Brighton and Hove
Like other historic and compact cities, parking right in the heart of the city is at a premium.
City car parks and pay and display parking
However, if you do decide to bring your car into the centre, you'll find a map detailing city centre car parks at:
You'll also find all day pay & display parking available along:
- Madeira Drive (beween Brighton Pier and the Marina)
- the Kingsway in Hove (between the Peace Statue and Fourth Avenue).
For a map detailing full on street pay and display parking zones, including costs for the first hour, download the Brighton & Hove City Council On-Street Parking PDF (492KB).
Alternatively, you can download our Brighton CityWide Map, which includes locations of key city centre car parks.
Brighton & Hove parking charges
For car park and pay and display parking charges see the Brighton & Hove Council Car Park section.
Park and Ride Scheme
A Park & Ride bus is also available from Withdean Stadium in the north of the city. It's signposted from the A23 and enables you to park your car for free and catch the number 27 bus into to the centre.
Parking for people with disabilities
People with disabilities who live, work or visit the city may need to park close to their home or other locations. Parking concessions are made available to Blue Badge holders. For more information, visit the:
General car parking information
For general car parking information, including details on park and ride and resident parking:
Brighton and Hove traffic information
- For up to date Brighton and Hove traffic information related to your journey, please visit the Journey On website.