Where to park at Lansdowne Park and TD Place

Parking at REDBLACKS Game and TD Place

Parking during Ottawa REDBLACKS games and other major events at TD Place stadium

Vehicle traffic is prohibited during Ottawa REDBLACKS games and other major events at TD Place stadium, and only club seat ticket holders have access to the underground parking lot. Everyone else enters on foot.

Vehicles can enter and exit the park in three places, much of the site has been redeveloped with people travelling on foot or bike in mind.

TD Place Regular Parking Rates

West Access: Located near the Bank Street and Exhibition Way Intersection.
East Access: Located off of Queen Elizabeth Driveway, south of Fifth Avenue.
Parking Height Restrictions: 6ft 9″ (2.1 meters)

Daytime Rate: 6:00AM – 6:00PM

   
 
Each 30 minutes $1.50
Maximum Daily $20.00
Lost Ticket Charge $25.00

 

 

 

 

  • The large underground garage has 1400 spaces, vehicle traffic is permitted with a limited number of surface
    parking spaces, accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Special Events parking passes at TD Place can be pre-purchased in advance.
  • Payment can be made in the underground garage at any of the automated pay station located in the elevator lobbies.
  • Payment methods include, cash, credit card, debit card and ‘Tap & Go’ is accepted.  Credit Card payment is also accepted at exit gate columns at both the Queen Elizabeth Driveway and Bank Street exits.
  • A Parking ticket will cost $69 ($39 if you pay early).

TD Place Ottawa 67’s Parking

Ottawa 67’s parking passes can be pre-purchased in advance for $8 online. To pre-purchase parking in advance of the game, please visit the following website.

Ottawa 67’s fans with pre-purchased parking tickets can access the TD Place parking garage 2 hours before puck drop. For more information on Ottawa 67’s parking, please visit the following website.

Fans also have the ability to pay for parking in the underground garage at any of the automated pay station located in the elevator lobbies throughout the garage. Payment methods include, cash, credit card, debit card and ‘Tap & Go’ is accepted.  Credit Card payment is also accepted via the exit gate columns at both the Queen Elizabeth Driveway and Bank Street exits. Regular Parking Rates apply.

Ottawa Farmers Market Parking at Lansdowne Park

Between the hours of 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. on farmers market days, drivers will get $1 off per half-hour, which means an hour of parking would cost $3 instead of $5.

The farmers’ market has a free shuttle service to deliver people from Brewer Park to Lansdowne (parking at Brewer is free). 

Parking at TD Place

Accessibility parking options at Lansdowne Park 

  • The underground parking garage has 37 accessible parking spaces, 31 of which are accessible by the general public. The remaining accessible spaces are designated for condo owners.
  • On-street accessible parking spaces available on Exhibition Way and Marché Way. The on-street parking spaces form a part of the Shops at Lansdowne, parking is limited to 1-hr payable at the Pay & Display machine. The accessible parking signage is currently up.
  • There is a designated Para Transpo and Taxi pick-up/drop-off zone located between Building H and G.
  • During major events at TD Place Stadium/Arena, additional parking spaces near elevator lobbies and accesses are held within the underground garage for guests who require accessible parking. TD Place Guest Relations staff are also at those locations to provide assistance to guests.

Info and Image Sources: Ottawa Citizen and tdplace.ca

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  • FMGoer

    Dear Landsdown Park,
    The underground parking at the Farmer’s Market is terrible. The main problem being that there are so so few CLEAR and OBVIOUS EXIT signs. I would highly recommend Lansdown Park Parking be re-evaluated. Many drivers had their windows down and we were all talking between vehicles about the confusion in direction of the Exits. It was almost impossible to find. There were also signs saying there was an Exit at bank Street but the row was blocked off and people had to make a 6 point turn to turn their car around at the dead end that was claustrophobic.
    What on earth would everyone do if there were a fire underground? It’s surely a hazard.
    My recommendation would be to have Large, Clear, Lit and frequent EXIT signs posted with clear arrows.
    Does anyone else agree?

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