Getting to the London Go Centre
There are secure cycle facilities on-site and nearby as well as a Santander Cycle Docking Station.
If walking or cycling is not possible the best way to get there is by public transport as local parking is rare and expensive and there are no on-site parking facilities.
Cash fares on the tube are expensive. You cannot use cash on a bus.
Most contactless credit cards or debit cards can be used directly (without registration) and offer you the cheapest fares for single journeys and in aggregation.
If you don’t have a contactless card or one of the smartphone methods we recommend getting a Visitor Oyster Card in advance.
Ravenscourt Park, District Line: live timetable
About 2 minutes away (turn left on exit) walking along the path parallel to the tube line or about 5 minutes away if you prefer to go via Kings Street.
Hammersmith, District line
One stop away from Ravenscourt Park with interchange to
Piccadilly Line live timetable
Hammersmith & City Line live timetable
Consequently the venue is easy to reach from all mainline train termini and airports. The area is well connected for transport to the rest of London to take in the sights.
|Dalling Road (C)||towards Hammersmith||live timetable|
|Ravenscourt Park Station (D)||towards Gunnersbury||live timetable|
|Ravenscourt Park Station (A)||towards Acton||live timetable|
|Ravenscourt Park Station (B)||towards Hammersmith||live timetable|
For periods of six months or less a visa is not required for 87 countries e.g., the Commonwealth, European Union, EEA nationals or the USA.
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.