Where do you park for Christmas lights in London?

Where can I park to see the lights in London?

Car Parks near Oxford Street Christmas Lightsm

  • m. Waterloo Car Park. …
  • Welbeck Street NCP. Welbeck Street, Marylebone, W1G 0BB 1 minute walk.
  • Cavendish Square. Cavendish Square, Marylebone, W1G 0PP 5 minutes walk.
  • Millennium Mayfair NCP. …
  • Harley Street Masterpark. …
  • Grosvenor Hill NCP. …
  • Marble Arch Car Parks. …
  • Cramer Street Masterpark.

Where is the best place to see the lights in London?

Always a favourite among central London Christmas lights displays, Covent Garden isn’t going to stop this year. As well as an impressive 115,000 lights spread across the main market building, the huge 60foot Christmas tree is adorned with 30,000 festive lights.

Can you drive down Oxford Street to see the lights?

No. At the very least, Oxford Street is closed to traffic for the lighting up ceremony.

Can you drive down Oxford Street 2020?

Oxford Street will be pedestrianised by 2020, the mayor of London’s office has said. … Cars are already banned on most of Oxford Street between 07:00 and 19:00 every day apart from Sunday.

Where can I see lights?

Eastern Suburbs

  • Bondi and North Bondi. 5 Waratah Street: the lights usually go on each night from 7.30 pm—and boasts music, moving features, inflatables and more. …
  • Randwick. Frederick Street: narrow and quiet, Frederick Street goes all out! …
  • Maroubra. …
  • St Clair. …
  • Winston Hills. …
  • Guildford. …
  • Glenmore Park. …
  • Quakers Hill.
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