Parking in North Berwick
Those of you who have visited North Berwick before will know what a treat lies in store for you. For those new to the area, you are very welcome - we are sure will enjoy your stay.
For a small town we have a lot to offer - beautiful beaches, a vibrant High Street full of interesting, independent shops, cafes and restaurants, tourist attractions such as our museum, historical sites and the Scottish Seabird Centre, boat trips, the Bass Rock, golf, "wild" ponies grazing the Law - there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Being a small town however does mean that we can experience a significant amount of traffic congestion, particularly during the summer months and holiday weekends. Parking can be especially difficult.
We want everyone to enjoy all of their time with us so have produced this map highlighting the car parks in and around the town centre. Using this map you can avoid the usual bottlenecks in the High Street, Marine Parade, Quadrant and Kirk Ports.
On street parking
On street parking is available throughout the town (except Forth Street which has residents permit parking) and is free of charge. Please note that we have time restrictions in force for 7 days. Check any notices to avoid an expensive ticket.
Parking in the many small car parks is free of charge except one at the Lodge grounds designated for the Scottish Seabird Centre. There is a high demand for such spaces, particularly in the town centre. We have given an indication of average walking time (to the High Street) for all the car parks to help you choose the best place to go.