Where to park at HIC Yorkshire

Car park signHIC has its own underground car park with around 158 spaces. The entrance is on Springfield Avenue and is easily accessible for Entrances 1, 2 and 3.

You will also find  a further 1,200 spaces at the Jubilee and Victoria car parks located in the centre of Harrogate and just a few minutes walk from HIC Yorkshire and The Royal Hall. Please note that the Jubilee car park is the nearest and most accessible to the Royal Hall and HIC Yorkshire Entrances 4 and 5.

For major public events, such as large fairs and exhibitions, there may be a Park & Ride service or shuttle bus in operation. These services are provided by the organisers of each event and we recommend checking the specific website of the event you wish to attend. (Please note these websites are external to HIC Yorkshire and we are not responsible for their content)

Special parking rates may also be available for those wishing to leave their vehicle for more than one day in the HIC car park. Please call us on 01423 537474 for more details.

We also have a 180-space car park specifically for contractors, at Dragon Road.

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If you are using your Sat Nav to get here you can use the  postcodes below, or click on the name of the car park (highlighted in red) for more info, including opening and closing times.

Jubilee Car Park – HG1 1DJ

Victoria Car Park – HG1 5LQ

HIC Yorkshire – HG1 2HU
If using HIC entrances 4 or 5, your nearest car park is The Jubilee – Please remember to check the closing times of your car park if you are intending to stay late in Harrogate.

 

Vehicles locked in the car parks will be charged a vehicle release fee.

 

 

The charges for HIC’s underground car park are:

Daytime                                   

Up to 3 hours                       £4.00

Up to 6 hours                       £7.50

Up to 12 hours                    £11.50

24 hours                               £13.00

Evening (from 6pm)

Entertainments                  £2.00      (for performances at HIC and the Royal Hall)