Swindon Dance is located in central Swindon at the top of Regent Street — one of the main pedestrianised shopping streets. We adjoin the Central Library – look for the red brick clock tower!
Parking in Regent Circus is limited to 4 Blue Badge Disabled Holders
Cineworld/Restaurant car park – Regent Circus enter via Edmond Road/Victoria Street (approx. 1 mins walk)
This is pay-and-display with no maximum stay.
Daytime tariff 6am – 6pm £2 for 4 hours
after 6pm £1.80 for any time up until 6am.
Morrisons – Regent Circus (approx. 1 mins walk)
Pay and Display.
£1.50 for 1 hour or £3 for more than 1 hour.
Maximum stay 3 hours and Parking Fee is re-funded if you spend £5 in Morrisons.
On-Street Parking – The majority of On-Street Parking is designated Residents Parking – however some On- Street Parking is available after 6pm in designated parking spaces (approx 1 – 5 mins walk)
Disabled Parking – There are four 4-hour disabled parking bays outside our building.
Travelling by Rail?
Swindon Dance is an approx. 12 min walk away – follow signs to Town Centre and then ask for directions to Regent Street and Regent Circus.
COMING BY BUS?
A number of buses stop outside the rear of Swindon Dance and there are regular buses to the Bus Station and Rail Station. Click here for Bus Map
TIME FOR A CUP OF COFFEE OR MEAL?
The Regent Circus Complex, approx. 1 min walk away has all you need – Prezzo, Nandos, Gormet Burger Kitchen, Cineworld and Morrisons (café open till 7pm and store open till 11pm). Click here for more info http://regentcircus.com
Swindon has many cafes, ranging from high street chains to small independent coffee shops! Swindon’s Central Library Café is open till 6pm. Swindon’s Old Town is a short 15/20 minute stroll ‘up to the top of Victoria Road ’ where you will find independent coffee shops and bars.
PLACES TO VISIT
If you have time to spare, Cirencester and Marlborough are all approx. 30 mins drive time away with Bath, Bristol, Oxford and Reading all approx. 1 hours drive away. We are also approx. 40 minutes drive time away from Avebury Stone Circle – a world heritage site!