Priory Park is open every day all year-round. It’s perfect for families and there are things to see and do that all ages will enjoy. Find out more.

Priory Park, Priory Rd, Dudley, West Midlands DY1 4EU



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There are good public transport options to Priory Park. Scroll down for information on parking but if you can, please leave your car at home.




On foot

Priory Park is 10 minutes walk from Dudley Town Centre. It is north of the town centre and to the south west of the park is the town’s iconic castle.

For walkers, Priory Park can be reached from the Town Centre using New Street and Priory Road, passing the Council offices and Coronation Gardens.


By bus

Priory Park is a 10 minute walk from Dudley Bus Station where you will find services operated by National Express West Midlands, Diamond Buses, Hansons Local Buses and Arriva Midlands. For information on local bus routes and fares visit Network West Midlands or call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33. The Park benefits from a number of bus services that pass the park, which include:

National Express West Midlands service 27 (Dudley to Wolverhampton via Sedgley)

National Express West Midlands service 81 & Diamond Buses service 81 (Wolverhampton to Merry Hill)

National Express West Midlands service 82 (Dudley to Wolverhampton via Bilston)

National Express West Midlands service X96 (Wrens Nest to Wollaston Farm via Stourbridge)

National Express West Midlands service 126 (Wolverhampton to Birmingham)


By car
Prory Park has a car park, which is accessed from Priory Road. Parking is free.

Woodland Avenue, The Broadway, and Paganel Drive have a 1-hour time limit Monday-Friday and no time limit on Saturday and Sunday.

There are parking spaces only for cars displaying a disabled-persons badge in the car park that serves the register office at Priory Hall. Access to this car park is off Priory Road.