How to get here
The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre
56 East Street
The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre is accessible by road, rail or bus.
The M27 and A27 run along the coast, linking Hampshire and Sussex. The M3, A3, A29, A259 and A24 connect Portsmouth, Southampton, Surrey, Sussex and London.
Havant Station is a 10 minute walk from The Spring, with direct links to London Waterloo, Portsmouth, Southampton, and Chichester. Call 08457 484950 for further details or visit nationalrail.co.uk.
The number 700, 27, 28 and 28a all stop directly outside The Spring.
The Spring is next to a Havant Borough Council Pay and Display car park.
Parking charges apply Monday to Saturday 8am – 6pm:
Up to 2 hours £1
Up to 3 hours £2
Over 3 hours £3
Parking after 6pm is free.
At the end of the car park is a private car park. This is not available for our visitors to use unless specified.
If at any time we have permission to use the far end of the car park we will indicate this with signage at the car park entrance. Please do not use this car park unless signage specifically indicates it is for use by Spring customers.
At busy times we recommend other local car parks including East Pallant Car Park and Prince George’s Street Car Park.
Parking for disabled patrons
Blue Badge holders can use the Pay and Display car park at the bottom of the slope for free when displaying their badge. Cars displaying a Blue Badge can also be parked on double-yellow lines in adjoining streets, for up to three hours. We would recommend doing so in the layby on Town Hall Road and on Beechworth Road.