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Imperial War MuseumImperial War Museum Covers World War I and II, the modern Gulf War and many other battles, from Korea to Vietnam. 
Places to park your car in London
Name Area
Elephant & Castle Car Park in London Elephant & Castle Car ParkSouthwark
This car park is in Elephant & Castle, about ⅓ mile from Imperial War Museum.
Newington Causeway Car Park in London Newington Causeway Car ParkSouthwark
These parking spaces are in Southwark, approximately half-a-mile away.
Union Car Parks in London Union Car ParksSouthwark
This car park is in Great Suffolk Street, approximately ½ mile from Imperial War Museum. Union Car Parks provide a s... more
Universal Parking in London Universal ParkingLambeth
These parking spaces are at 126-128a Black Prince Road, roughly ¾ miles away. It has season tickets available, pay a... more
Universal Parking in London Universal ParkingLambeth
These parking spaces are in Waterloo Station, less than ¾ mile away from Imperial War Museum, with season tickets av... more
Universal Parking in London Universal ParkingLambeth
This car park is in Lambeth, approximately half-a-mile away. Universal Parking provide a secure car parking facility and... more
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