Wallingford is easily accessible from the M4, M40 and A34. There are a number of car parks within the town. Click here http://www.southoxon.gov.uk/services-and-advice/transport/car-parks/car-park-locations for details of District Council operated car parks in the town.
For up to date information about roadworks taking place, visit Oxfordshire County Council website.
There is a convenient coach passenger pick-up and drop-off point on the High Street, across the road from the Wallingford Museum. Coaches can park at Hithercroft Sports Park (except weekends).
The town is well served by local bus operator Thames Travel with regular services to Oxford, Reading, Henley and Didcot and to many of the surrounding villages. Click here for more information.
Train services are available to and from village of Cholsey (just over 2 miles away) and Didcot Parkway (6 miles). There are frequent services from both stations to London Paddington, Reading and Oxford. Services to the West Country and Wales also operate from Didcot Parkway.
Wallingford lies on Sustran’s popular Thames Valley route, which starts at Putney Bridge in London and goes on to Oxford, taking in Maidenhead, Reading, Abingdon and Wallingford. 40 of the route’s 99 miles are traffic-free. Find out more here.
Wallingford is located on the River Thames. Moorings can be found adjacent to Wallingford Bridge and are available for short term stops.
Wallingford is located just under an hour by car from Heathrow and around 40 minutes from London Oxford Airport.
There are disabled spaces available in the following car parks in and around the town.
Thames Street = 1
Cattlemarket = 7
Goldsmiths Lane = 7
Riverside = 3
Wallingford is an old town and as a result some of the pavements are narrow and can be tricky for wheelchair users to negotiate. Mobility Issues Group – Please click here
for more information about Mobility Issues Group – Wallingford (MIGWAL)