IMPORTANT NOTICE: The free joint Woodland Trust and Natural History Museum car park at Tring Park will be temporarily closed on Thursday 6th May and Friday 7th May 2021 for important repair work.
Facilities at Tring Park
Tring Park car park is open.
Getting out into the fresh air brings many benefits for physical and mental wellbeing, which the Government recognises. But if too many people want to visit the same place at the same time, social distancing becomes difficult, if not impossible, and raises the risk of contracting the virus or inadvertently passing it on to others
We will keep access to our sites under constant review and in line with Government advice. We will continue to monitor the situation at a local level and we will post any further updates on this page as and when they become available.
As Tring Park is a popular destination, attracting visitors by car from far and wide, please act responsibly and maintain your distance from others.
|Car park opening hours||Opening time||Price|
|Monday - Friday||10am - 5pm||Free|
|Saturday||10am - 5pm||Free|
|Sunday||2pm - 5pm||Free|
Food and drink
There are plenty of cafés, restaurants and pubs in Tring.
The nearest place with refreshments available is at the Natural History Museum, just 350m from Tring Park’s northern entrance. Opening times vary so please check on the museum website for more details.
The nearest toilets are at the Natural History Museum at Tring (HP23 6AP), 350m from northern entrance. Baby-changing and disabled facilities are also available.
Alternatively, there are toilets at the Forge Car Park (approximately 600m away). Baby-changing and disabled facilities are also available.
Mobile phone coverage
Mobile phone coverage within Tring Park is generally good across all networks.
Please stay safe when using your phone on site and share your photos and comments with us on social media using #TringPark or find us on Facebook @WTTringPark.