Located in the centre of Norwich, The Forum car park is a short walk away from city centre shopping, restaurants, Norwich Castle, Norwich Cathedral and performances at Norwich Theatre Royal.
It is the most convenient for visiting Pizza Express, Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library and a short walk away from John Lewis, Vue cinema, Chantry Place and Castle Quarter.
The Car park is Covid Secure with contactless payment available at entry/exit (see details below) as well as cash/card pay-on-foot machines.
|Car Park||Open from...|
|7am-5.30pm||£2 per hour|
|5.30pm-Midnight||£3 flat rate|
There is no overnight parking - there is a £30 penalty charge for cars left after the car park is locked at midnight.
What is Tap+Go?
Our new payment system allows entry and exit from the car park simply by using your mobile device (Apple Pay, Google Pay etc) or contactless bank card.
There is no need to visit the pay-on-foot machine before you leave. Simply Tap+Go at entry and exit.
At entry, tap your contactless bank card or mobile. When leaving, tap and hold at the barrier to register payment, then tap and hold again to confirm payment.
The system is completely secure and payment will be taken from the card holder after your visit. Tap+Go accepts Mastercard or Visa credit and debit cards.
Lost ticket fee
Lost tickets will be charged from earliest possible time of entry (generally 7am).
|Blue Badge holder spaces||12 spaces on Level -2 Parking charges apply to Blue Badge holders|
|Parent and child spaces||8 spaces on Level -1|
|Electric charging points||4 spaces on Level -2 7kW charging points are free to use (normal parking charges apply). You will need to bring your charge cable with a Type 2 connector.|
|Maximum height||2 metres|
|Security||CCTV is used to monitor the car park at all times|
|Park Mark accredited for safer parking||Yes|
The Forum car park has been awarded a Disabled Parking Accreditation. Park Mark®, is awarded to parking facilities that have met the requirements of a risk assessment conducted by the police.
The Forum is managed by the Forum Trust an independent, self-financing charity. Income raised from our car park helps to support our programme of FREE year-round events and look after The Forum building.