We are located in the centre of Shrewsbury, near the Welsh bridge.
Here’s the address:
8 Barker St
Our town centre location means it’s easy to walk to us from any part of Shrewsbury. Follow the signs to the market hall, and we’re just a bit further down and to the right.
Albert’s Shed is only 10 minutes from the Welshpool roundabout junction of the A5. Shrewsbury itself also sits on the A5 and M56 roads.
If you’re parked up with the venue to your nearside there’s a 65 space car park down the road on your left (St. Austins Street Car Park) and 52 space car park down the road on your right (Bridge Street Car Park) both operated by Shropshire Council. Charges start from £1.80 per hour 08:00 – 18:00. After 18:00 is FREE. Blue badges holders can park free of charge for two hours before 18:00, there is no time limit after.
IF YOU CHOOSE TO PARK DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM ALBERT’S SHED IT’S A PRIVATE CAR PARK AND IS MORE EXPENSIVE THAN THE COUNCIL CAR PARKS ABOVE AND CHARGING GOES ON UNTIL 20:00, EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR.
Alternatively, Frankwell car park is a 5-minute walk from the venue, also operated by Shropshire Council. Charges start from £0.70 per hour 08:00 – 18:00 and it’s a long stay. After 18:00 is FREE. Blue badges holders can park free of charge for two hours before 18:00, there is no time limit after.
There is space available near to the entrance of Albert’s Shed for dropping off (please note that during rush hour (4pm until 6pm) it is illegal to block the bus lane.
Using Public Transport
Shrewsbury is connected to the following lines: Shrewsbury to Chester, Welsh Marches towards Crewe/Hereford, Cambrian, and Wolverhampton. This makes travelling to Shrewsbury railway station from Wales (Arriva Wales Trains) and the West Midlands fast and direct. From there we are within easy walking distance.
Taxis and regular buses operate from Shrewsbury Railway Station to Albert’s Shed (approximately a 3-minute journey).
Shrewsbury is fully connected to national and regional bus routes.
View the full bus timetable
During your stay
While you’re in Shrewsbury you’ll be pleased to know there’s plenty to see and do in the local area. Our friends at Sabina Tours have created this really helpful guide to the local area.