Getting Here

Credit: Jim Boff
Credit: Jim Boff

Pinner is well-connected by road, tube and bus and is just 25 minutes from central London.

Parking

Below is a list of places to park when visiting Pinner. The restrictions are correct at the time of writing, but please check signage for restrictions and charges when parking.

Lidl customer car park (map ref A1) – Free
Waxwell Lane car park (map ref A4) – Pay & display, free after 6:30pm
Love Lane car park (map ref E7) – Pay & display, free after 6:30pm
Chapel Lane car park (map ref I2) – Pay & display, free after 6:30pm
Pinner Station car park (map ref N6) – Long stay, free at weekends
Sainsbury’s customer car park (map ref N6) – 1 hour free, 2 hours free with £5 shop
On street pay & display – first 20 minutes free (enter your car reg at the ticket machine)

 

Travelling by Tube

Pinner Tube Station (map ref M4) is on the  Metropolitan Line.  If travelling northbound to Pinner you will need to choose a train going to Watford, Chesham or Amersham (Uxbridge-bound and Fast trains will not stop in Pinner).

 

Travelling by Bus

Pinner is served by four bus routes:
183 – buses to/from Harrow, Hendon, Golders Green
H11 – buses to/from Harrow, Rayners Lane, Northwood Hills, Northwood, Mount Vernon
H12 – buses to/from Stanmore, Harrow Weald, Hatch End, Rayners Lane, South Harrow
H13 – buses to/from Northwood Hills, Eastcote, Ruislip Manor, Ruislip

 

Pinner Map