Getting Here FAQs
How much is Priority Parking?
Priority Parking is available to purchase online with your Studio Tour tickets for an additional £10. Priority Parking is only available to pre-book online ahead of your visit and cannot be purchased on the day. Your Priority Parking ticket will be valid from opening until the Studio Tour closes on the day of your visit. If visiting as part of a group, each vehicle will be required to show a separate Priority Parking ticket at the car park entrance.
How will I receive my Priority Parking ticket?
If you have chosen to receive e-tickets, your Priority Parking ticket will be delivered with your admission tickets as an email attachment. If you have chosen to receive your tickets the post, you will receive a printed Priority Parking ticket.
On arrival to the Studio Tour please present your Priority Parking ticket, you will receive a windscreen sticker and be directed to the Priority Parking bays close to the entrance.
How do you get to the Studio Tour by road?
We are located less than three miles from Junction 6 of the M1 and less than three miles from Junction 19 or 20 of the M25 – the attraction is clearly signposted from these exits. Please use our Getting Here page to help plan the best route.
Where’s the nearest car park?
We have a free on-site car park which is a short walk away from the entrance to the Studio Tour. We have designated coach and disabled parking, just ask a member of our Car Parking Team for assistance on arrival.
Are there any drop-off points close to the Studio Tour?
Yes, there is a drop-off and pick-up point in our on-site car park. We recommend that you plan to arrive 20 minutes before your allocated timeslot for drop-offs. If you miss your timeslot we cannot guarantee entry.
Can you recommend any local taxi firms?
If you require a taxi from the Studio Tour, please visit our Information Desk in the lobby – a member of staff will have a list of local taxi numbers and a phone for you to use.
What’s the nearest train station to the Studio Tour?
Our nearest train station is Watford Junction and direct trains from both London Euston (20 minute journey) and Birmingham New Street (one hour journey) arrive there. Other non-direct train services operate from London Euston but these may take longer to arrive at Watford Junction.
Please see our Getting Here page for further details to help you plan your journey.