Earl’s Court tube station is positioned right on the boundary of zones 1 and 2. It’s on the District Line and Piccadilly Line and is one of London’s busiest stations with connections to many popular locations. The station is a Grade II listed building.
Earl’s Court Car Parks
NCP operates a small 60-space car park at Broadwood Terrace, a short walk from Earl’s Court Station. Season tickets are available to book online.
Parking near Earl’s Court Station
The local NCP car park charges just under £200 per month for a space which you can’t access at weekends. As an alternative you can rent a private space near Earl’s Court, with spaces costing as little as £80 per month in exceptional cases:
Located in the Kensington and Chelsea Borough the Council offers residents parking permits but doesn’t rent out any garages or private spaces.