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For information on travelling to Macclesfield, please visit GoEuro Located on the edge of the Peak District, Macclesfield has excellent transport links which
gives the town unique accessibility locally, regionally and internationally with great motorway, rail and airport links to the town.

Macclesfield lies on the direct rail link from London to Manchester.

Macclesfield to Manchester Piccadilly – 21 minutes
Macclesfield To Birmingham New Street 1 hour 13 minutes
Macclesfield to London Euston only 1 hour 41 minutes.

Macclesfield is also close to major motorways networks, just a 25 minute drive South West to the M6 via junction 17 and similar distance heading North to the M60.

D&G Buses run regular services between Crewe and Macclesfield while Potteries Bus Company runs it’s number 3 route to Stoke on Trent. Macclesfield is also on the National Express coach system, travelling from London takes around 5 hours.

If travelling to and from abroad, Manchester Airport is only a 15 minute drive from Macclesfield town centre, connecting the town to routes all over the world with airline such as FlyBe, British Airways, Emirates and more.

For more travel information and tickets to Macclesfield, GoEuro combines and compares rail, coach and air travel in one search.Find your perfect spot to park up and unload for your day of adventure. Please note, on bank holiday weekends, school holidays and sunny weekends, these car parks can get full up very quickly. It's advised that you arrive and park up as soon as possible to avoid any delays to your weekend adventure.

For parking in the area, the National Park Authority Car Parks are pay and display, open 7 days a week from 9am - 6pm and are located close to key tourist and outdoor destinations. With lots of breathtaking outdoor locations on the doorstep of Macclesfield, make sure you park safely and securely before embarking on your SeeMacclesfield activities.

Where can I park if I want to visit Macclesfield Forest?

The nearest car park to Macclesfield Forest is the conveniently located Standing Stone Car Park. This car park is free of charge, however has limited spaces. It’s recommended you park up as early as possible to guarantee yourself a space.

For more information on this car park, please click here

Where can I park if I want to take a stroll around Trentabank Reservoir?

Trentabank Reservoir has it’s own pay and display car park which costs £3.50 to park for 2 hours. Owned by the Peak District National Park Authority, this car park has 35 spaces and is open from 10am – 6pm, 7 days a week.

For more information on this car park, click here.

I'm visiting Tegg's Nose for the day, where can I park?

For the keen ramblers, mountain bikers or rock climbers, fear not, Tegg’s Nose has it’s own car park with a whopping 140 car park spaces. However on busy weekends, bank holidays or on days where the sun is shining, there is never a guarantee that there will be a space for everyone. Make sure you get there early to avoid disappointment.

For more information on this car park, click here.

I'm staying in Macclesfield town centre and my accommodation doesn't have car parking facilities, where can I park?

There are a number of car parks which are available to park in the town centre. These include:

  • Sunderland Street
    • £1.00 for 2 hours
    • Monday – Saturday 08:00 – 18:00
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    • 40 spaces
  • Park green
    • £1 for 2 hours
    • Monday – Saturday 08:00 – 18:00
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    • 23 spaces
  • Pickford street
    • £1.10 for 2 hours
    • Monday – Saturday 08:00 – 18:00
    • Click here for more information
    • 110 spaces
  • Old Library
    • £1 for 2 hours
    • Monday – Saturday 08:00 – 18:00
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    • 28 spaces
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