We’re located right in the heart of Wakefield city centre, just minutes from Wakefield Westgate rail station and seconds from Wakefield bus station! Drivers should follow signs for TW to find our car park main entrance, which is on Marsh Way (A61).
We are less than 10 minutes’ walk from Wakefield Westgate or even quicker if you jog! There are lots of maps on the paths as you leave the station to easily find your way to us, but the best way is to head straight down Westgate, turn left on to Bull Ring and right on to Westmorland Street where you’ll spot us. It’s also just a 10 minute stroll from the city’s other rail station, Wakefield Kirkgate. Maps are also available to help find us from there, but the easiest way to walk is in the direction of the city centre heading for Wilkos. Walk up Kirkgate with Wilkos on your right in a straight line and you’ll eventually see our pink Frederick Street entrance.
When approaching Wakefield city centre, follow all signs marked TW to find our car park main entrance on Marsh Way (A61). We have 1,000 spaces and our car park is open 24 hours. It’s big, well lit and is spread across two levels. It holds the official Park Mark award.
From the North via the M1, take junction 41 and then first exit onto A650 into Wakefield and follow TW signs towards A61 ring road. From the South via the M1, take junction 40, then third exit onto A638 and follow signs to Wakefield city centre then follow TW signs. From the East via the M62, take junction 30 and follow A642 into Wakefield city centre then signs for TW. From the West on the M62, take junction 29, to join the M1. Leave the M1 at junction 41 and take the first exit onto A650 into Wakefield and follow signs for TW
Right on our doorstep is Wakefield bus station – 90 paces to be precise! See here for Wakefield bus station times and info and here to plan your journey. Our Market Walk entrance is just seconds from the station and we also have a number of bus stops dotted around the edge of the centre, making bus travel to Trinity Walk quick and convenient.
The centre has around 50 cycle stands located in different places with space for 100 cycles to be secured to for free. These include to the side of Sainsbury’s and the side of Asda Living. Motorbikes can park here for free, we suggest using the Asda Living entrance and buzzing the car park barrier on arrival for entry – bike spaces are just on the left as you enter or by the big pink lift block near Sainsbury’s (the other side of the wall from the pay stations).
If you are making deliveries and need to find our service yard, the entrance is on Marsh Way (A61), but located further down from the main car park entrance. To find it just take the side road that leads off Marsh Way (A61) northbound, next to Citilodge hotel and former Debenhams block.