How to find us
From Mainline Stations
Euston Railway Station– take the Northern Line towards Morden via Kennington. Charing Cross station is 5 stops from Euston and will take approximately 10minutes. Charing Cross has a number of exits, so follow the signs for the Trafalgar Square exit. Walk towards the National Gallery (on your right) and St-Martin-in-the-Fields Church on your left. The crypt is a glass structure just beyond the Church. We are opposite the National Portrait Gallery.
Paddington Railway Station-Take the Bakerloo line towards Elephant & Castle. Charing Cross is six stops away and takes approximately 11minutes by tube. If you are coming out of Charing Cross, cross over and turn left. Follow the road past Starbucks and round to the right at Jigsaw. This will bring you into Church Path. On the left, you will see St Martin’s Church and our building is opposite. Turn left and you will see the Crypt (glass structure ahead of you).
King’s Cross/ St Pancras-Take the Piccadilly line towards Heathrow and get off at Leicester Square tube (4 stops away, approximately 10minutes. Come out of the exit onto St Martin’s Place and follow the road towards the National Portrait Gallery/ Trafalgar Square. Walk past the Garrick Theatre on your left) and you will see The National Portrait Gallery on your right. St Martin’s Church will be ahead of you, just after a Pret A Manger on the corner. You will see the Crypt on your left, just before St Martin’s Church.
Charing Cross Railway Station- From the mainline railway station, cross the road, and you will see St Martin’s Church in front of you. Cross over the road walk towards St-Martin-in-the-Fields Church. The crypt is next to the Church.
Tube and Bus
The closest stations are Charing Cross for rail and underground and Leicester Square for underground. Bus routes include numbers: 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 23, 24, 29 53, 87, 88, 91, 139, 159, 176 and 453.
If you are driving to St Martin’s please note the church is located within the Congestion Charging zone. There is no parking on site but passengers can be dropped off at the adjacent Duncannon Street. For details on parking nearby use the following links:
www.westminster.gov.uk/visitor-parking for information on general parking in the area
www.westminster.gov.uk/disabled-parking for Blue Badge holder information
Most areas of St Martin’s have step-free access. We also have a range of facilities to aid visitors with disabilities listed here:
- Toilets suitable for wheelchair users and visitors with buggies as well as baby-changing facilities are located in the Café in the Crypt
- An induction loop is in place in church and St Martin’s Hall. Hearing aids should be adjusted to the T position.
- Guide dogs are welcome and we supply water.
Full accessibility details can be found here.
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