By train – Plymouth Railway Station is less then 10 mins walk away form the parade start point. If you are not taking part in the parade but attending the main event on Plymouth Hoe it is about a 15 min walk straight along Plymouth’s central Armada Way.
By Coach – The new Plymouth Mayflower coach station is even closer to both the parade start point and Plymouth Hoe.
The South West Falcon operated by Stagecoach offers a great value service from Bristol, Taunton, Exeter and other places in between.
By Bus – If you are coming in by bus via Mutley Plain then closest bus stop is outside The Box (Formerly the city museum) for the Parade.
Most other buses stop on Royal Parade which is half way between the parade start point and the event space on the Hoe.
Note: There will be some disruption to bus services from 11am as Royal Parade will be closed to allow the parade to cross services should return to normal shortly after.
The parade will have further impact on traffic when it crosses Notte Street again this will be for a short period of time and traffic should return to normal soon after.
Disabled parking on the Hoe – For the safety of all attendees we have had to suspend the disabled parking on the Hoe Promenade. Alternative disabled parking will be available via the Eliot Street Gate on a first come first served basis.
Public Parking – there is metered time limited parking on the streets around the Hoe. Nearby public car parks:
- Theatre Royal Multi Story – £7.20 up to six hours £12 over six hours
- Derry’s Cross Surface Level – £3.60 up to six hours £8 over six hours
- Western Approach Multi Story – £5 all day
- Pavilions car park Surface Level – £3.60 up to six hours £8 up to 10pm
For a full list of car parks and rates visit Plymouth City Council Website
Park & Ride
There are three park and ride sites in Plymouth where you can park for free and take the bus.
Visit the Plymouth Pride 19 Page for more information about the festival.