Located adjacent to the inner ring road and with easy access to the main trunk roads and the M1, the Cathedral Quarter is easily reached by car.
You will find excellent parking facilities in the area including three multi-storeys and on-street parking. There are two park and ride sites within a few miles of the city centre at Pride Park and Meteor Centre, with buses every 10–15 minutes.
For information on Derby’s Park & Ride Services please click here
For information on car parking in and around the Cathedral Quarter please click here.
Derby has direct rail services to a large number of destinations across the UK including London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Cardiff. The city’s train station is located only a 15-20 minute stroll or a short taxi ride away from the Cathedral Quarter whilst there are also buses available to and from the city centre. Buses depart from the train station forecourt and the bus station, Morledge or Albert Street in the city centre.
For directions on the shortest pedestrian route from the train station to the Market Place in the Cathedral Quarter, please click here.
For further information on the train network, including timetables and fares, please click here.
Derby is served by an extensive public transport network covering the East Midlands and beyond. The city’s modern bus station is only a short walk away from the Cathedral Quarter located on Morledge.
For directions on the shortest pedestrian route from the bus station to the Market Place in the Cathedral Quarter, please click here.
For further information on the bus network, including timetables and fares, please click here
There are very many routes suitable for cycling into the Cathedral Quarter whilst Bikeworks on Full Street allows people to park their bikes securely for free at their premises.
For a full map of cycle routes, including those in the city centre please visit the Cycle Derby website here.