Please note: Parking at Lakeside during University term time, and during events, is limited. If travelling by car, please allow extra time for your journey.
Lakeside Car Parks:
There are two free car parks next to the DH Lawrence Pavilion. Pay and Display parking is available on campus subject to demand. During busy periods, these fill up fast.
Parking on University Park Campus after 4pm and on weekends:
All University Park Campus car parks are free and unrestricted after 4pm on weekday evenings and at weekends. The nearest campus car parks are behind the University of Nottingham Museum/Djanogly Gallery and on Science Road (the first right after entering campus via the South Entrance).
Parking on University Park Campus before 4pm on weekdays:
On weekdays before 4pm, you can use the pay and display visitor car parks on campus, there is one located up the hill from Lakeside where you will have to purchase a ticket.
You can tell the people at the gate to the campus that you are here for Lakeside Arts and they will happily let you in. The map below will show you the available car parks on campus.
Download a University Park Campus map (PDF)*
*Lakeside Arts is buildings 49 and 50 – the Djanogly Recital Hall is in building 33. The Pay and Display car park is situated in between buildings 16 and 18.
More information on parking on University Park Campus can be found on the University of Nottingham’s website.