Getting to the London Go Centre

The London Go Centre is located in Shepherds Bush (opposite Goldhawk Road tube). It is along a short passage to the right of “Sainsbury’s” supermarket.

The area is very well connected for transport to the rest of London to take in the sights.

Goldhawk Road tube (Circle and Hammersmith & City) is opposite the venue. Other nearby stations include Shepherd’s Bush (Central Line) and Shepherds Bush (Overground).

Consequently the venue is easy to reach from all mainline termini and the Birmingham and Brighton train lines. Many buses pass nearby, the 94 and 237 stop outside.

London travel information may be found here with any changes here.

Don’t use cash

Buses don’t accept cash and cash fares on the tube are expensive. Most contactless credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Amex) or debit cards can be used directly and offer you the cheapest fares for single journeys and in aggregation.

If you don’t have a contactless card we recommend getting a Visitor Oyster Card in advance.

Travel by car to the venue is not recommended as on-street parking is rare and expensive. However Park and Ride London might be able to help you plan a car journey to a convenient tube station.

From abroad

London is served by many airports and Eurostar.

Entering the UK is usually automatic for European Union and EEA nationals. For the rest of the world you can find the necessary information here.

If you need a visa you might find that a letter of sponsorship or explanation will help your application. To request such a letter please ask.