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Visiting Bury St Edmunds by Car

Getting to Bury St Edmunds by Car

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With excellent road links the A12 and M11 provides an easy journey to and from London and the A14 provides a direct link to the Midlands.

You can find information on the nearest car parks, including parking costs and maps on Parkopedia and on St Edmundsbury Borough Council's website. Council operated car parks also offers shoppers cashless parking via RingGo. Some of the council’s public car parks have dedicated AC electric vehicle charging bays. We recommend Parkway Multi Storey and Ram Meadow car parks for long stay.

Short stay car parks,and any locations where motorists would usually pay for parking on street (cash, card or RingGO) in Bury St Edmunds are Free After 3 every Tuesday. For a list of these participating car parks visit West Suffolk Council website.

There is a section available for up to five motorhomes to park at Ram Meadow long stay car park, this part of the car park is open 24 hours and has no height restriction. Bays are on a first come first serve basis at this location.

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