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WHERE IS BARNET HIGH STREET?

Where is Barnet? Travelling to High Barnet is easy as there are excellent public transport links, both from central London and the surrounding areas.

Where is Barnet by bus?

High Barnet town centre has no less than 13 bus routes which serve the town centre (as well as three school buses and a night bus from Trafalgar Square). The thirteen regular routes all stop either in the High Street, behind The Spires shopping centre or near the church.

These are:
34 Barnet church to Walthamstow Central
84 New Barnet Railway station to St Albans
107 New Barnet Station to Edgware
184 Barnet (Chesterfield Road) to Turnpike Lane
234 Barnet (The Spires) to Highgate Wood
263 Barnet Hospital to Archway
307 Barnet Hospital to Brimsdown station
326 Barnet (The Spires) to Brent Cross shopping Centre
383 Barnet (The Spires) to Woodside Park station
384 Barnet (Quinta Drive) to Cockfosters station
389 Barnet (The Spires) to Barnet (Western Way) – M-Sat. shop hours only
399 Barnet (The Spires) to Hadley Wood Station – M-Sat. shop hours only
614 Queensbury Tube Station to Hatfield Business Park

Click here to check the complete route of any of these buses to High Barnet.

Where is Barnet High Street by tube?

High Barnet has a tube station which sits at the end of the Northern Line. It is a walk up to the town centre from the station but 8 of the bus routes described above stop opposite the station approach road.

Travelling to Barnet High Street by car?

There are a few short stay parking spaces actually in the High St. but these are, of course, fiercely contested!
There are two car parks convenient for the northern end of town. One is the multi-storey within The Spires, open shopping hours only.

Getting to the Spires in High Barnet

Another is in Stapylton Road immediately behind The Spires and this is always available

Two other car parks are convenient for the southern end of town. Moxon St/Victors Way is for short stay parking and Fitzjohn Avenue for long stayers.

These three car parks are council run and the following link to LBBarnet’s website allows you to check the charges and the method of payment.

Most of the streets around the town centre are residents parking, although there are some pay and display spaces in most of them. These spaces are more expensive than any of the car parks.

The current exception to this is the grid of roads in zone D at the southern end of the High St. They are restricted to residents only between 2 and 3 pm Monday to Friday. At other times free parking is available. Check the signs in the street you choose to park in!