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The nearest motorway exit is Junction 12 of the M27 which is approx 5 miles from the Historic Dockyard at Portsmouth. Brown Historic Waterfront route signs from the M27 / M275 direct you into Portsmouth. Car parking is located just off Queen Street. For Sat Nav users, the car park postcode is PO1 3GW.

Coach, Bus and Rail
Portsmouth Harbour Train Station / Hard Interchange coach and bus station is a few minutes walk from the HMS Victory Gate. The Hard Interchange(Portsmouth Harbour) is a main station for most National coach and local bus services to and in Portsmouth. There is also a park and ride service running every 15 minutes, signposted from the M275.

There are 295 car parking spaces at the Historic Dockyard Car Park, which is situated approximately 400 yards from the main entrance. 17 of these are disabled parking spaces. This new under-cover car park has lavatories and a baby care suite for visitors. This car park has a height restriction of 2.1 metres (6' 10").

Prices are:
£1.40 for up to 1hr
£4 for up to 4 hrs
£8 for up to 10 hours
£10 for up to 24 hours
Thereafter, £10 per 24 hour period

Cash or cheque payments only made on departure.

For those using satellite navigation devices, the post code of the Historic Dockyard is PO1 3LJ, however this will get you to the vicinity and then please follow brown tourism signs for the car park.

The new Historic Dockyard car park in Admiralty Road and that at Gunwharf Quays meet the most up to date standards and are manned and covered by extensive CCTV surveillance.  However, as with all car parks, visitors are strongly advised not to leave any valuables in their vehicles during their visit to the Historic Dockyard.

Coach parking continues to be available in St George’s Road and at the D-Day Museum in Southsea. The Historic Dockyard drop-off and pick-up point is at The Hard Interchange.
For further parking information please visit the Historic Dockyard web site.