230 North Henry Street
$1 an hour (first 30 minutes free, maximum $12 a day).
Credit cards and cash accepted.
Payment system is fully automated, use payment stations near the pedestrian entrance on Prince George Street.
EV (electric vehicle) EV charging stations available.
Two stations - standard level 2 charging using J1772 plugs. No fee to use the charging stations.
Open daily from 6:00 a.m. to midnight.
Overnight Parking is not allowed.
The Williamsburg Police Department manages the daily operation of the Garage.
The Prince George Parking Garage, located in the center of a key block in downtown Williamsburg, is carefully designed to blend with the character of the surrounding neighborhood and structures. The three level Garage provides 362 additional public parking spaces for Williamsburg’s downtown commercial area. The Garage is designed as a series of distinct pavilions that take advantage of critical view sheds into the site. This provides passersby with the illusion of a much smaller building. Additionally, existing buildings frame attractive views to these pavilions in a manner similar to that of Williamsburg ’s historic streetscapes.
Vehicular access will be from Henry Street and is separated from the pedestrians. Pedestrian traffic will enter and depart the garage from both Boundary and Prince George streets.
Although not technically part of Williamsburg’s “Historic Area,” the block where the Prince George Parking Garage is located was an important part of the town of Williamsburg in the 18th century. Located between the College of William and Mary and the homes of influential Williamsburg residents near the Governor’s Palace, this area was heavily used by local craftspeople who built the 18th century city.
The Prince George Parking Garage was constructed in cooperation with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, and is owned and operated by the City of Williamsburg.