Yes, Canary Wharf has four underground public car parks, three of which lead to Cabot, Canada and Jubilee Place shopping malls.
There are currently 2900 spaces available spaces with designated bays for disabled drivers and parents with children.
At weekends and Bank Holidays, you can enjoy 3 hours' free parking in any of our public car parks when you spend £10 at any shop, café, bar or restaurant in Canary Wharf. To get 3 hours' free parking, simply ask for your parking token at point of purchase and use in the pay on foot machines before returning to your car. Visitors are only permitted to use one token per visit.
The Canary Wharf store guide details the shops, cafes, bars and restaurants included in Canary Wharf's 3 Hours, Free Parking scheme.
Spend £10 in Waitrose Food & Home Monday to Friday and enjoy 2 hours' free parking, ask at point of purchase for a token.
The public car parks offer weekday parking for visitors for up to two hours for £3.60, for two to three hours at £5.10 and up to four hours at a charge of £9.20. Entry after 6pm, parking costs are £2 for the first 2 hours and £6.10 thereafter, up to 4am the next morning.
Canary Wharf Car Park Tariff
Canary Wharf bicycle and car parking map
All of the public car parks at Canary Wharf hold 'Park Mark', the Safer Parking award. For further information on car, motorcycle and bicycle parking, call: 020 7418 2752