Your guide to getting to Bury St Edmunds
Posted on Tuesday, 25th August, 2015
Whether you’re looking to enjoy the delights of the Food and Drink Festival this bank holiday weekend in Bury St Edmunds, you’re planning a visit during the festive months or you’re going to plan a shopping trip for the day, we’ve got the lowdown on how to get to Bury St Edmunds.
Bury St Edmunds parking is very good. We have a range of car parks including long stay, short stay and on-street parking for all your visiting needs. Our long stay car parks will be the best places to park when visiting Bury St Edmunds for the day. They include Olding Road, Parkway multi-storey, Ram Meadow and St Andrews. We also offer free parking after 3pm every Tuesday, so if you’re visiting for dinner or a spot of afternoon shopping, Tuesday is your day!
To learn more about our car parks and fares, click here.
Trains to Bury St Edmunds run on a regular basis from all areas of the country. We are well-connected with the capital, nestled between the Cambridge train line to Kings Cross and St Pancras and the Ipswich line to London Liverpool Street. With the train station located within walking distance from the town centre and with regular buses between the bus and train station, you will have no problems making your way around the town and the surrounding areas.
To discover more about trains to and from Bury St Edmunds, including station facilities, click here.
If you’re looking to plan your visit to Bury St Edmunds and would like to know more about the places to stay, things to do or places to eat and drink, take a look at our directory listings across our top navigation bar on our website here.