Travel to the Royal Free Hospital
|Royal Free Hospital: How to get here |
|We recommend that you come by public transport if possible as parking at the hospital and in the local area is very limited. |
More about getting here and car parking »
Hampstead Heath station is near to the hospital and train services are operated by London Overground.
The station is accessible to Oyster pay as you go users.
Belsize Park tube station on the Northern Line is slightly uphill for around 150 metres. If you come up Pond Street (from South End Green) you must also walk uphill for around 75 metres.
Standard Tube map (PDF 0.24MB)
Routes: 24, 46, 168, 268 and C11. More info on buses
View/download the London Buses spider map for Hampstead (Royal Free Hospital).
|Travel information |
For detailed travel information and route planning, see the Transport for London journey planner or call Transport for London on 020 7222 1234.
View/download the Royal Free Hospital location map or you can find us using the Multimap service.
You can also plan your journey by road to the Royal Free using the AA route planner.
Pay and display car parking areas are available near the hospital but these are frequently full.
Bicycle parking is available outside the accident and emergency entrance on the lower ground floor.
Some people are entitled to hospital transport. Read more
page last reviewed: 03 April 2012