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Venue - Church House Conference Centre, Westminster

Ideal Location

Church House Conference Centre is one of London's leading conference venues. The elegant Grade II listed venue is situated in the heart of Westminster, with views of Westminster Abbey.

Located off Parliament Square, Church House Conference Centre is within easy walking distance of both Westminster and St James' Park underground stations, and Victoria, Waterloo and Charing Cross mainline train stations.

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Accessibility

There is wheelchair access throughout Church House Conference Centre. The main entrance in Dean's Yard is only accessible by stairs from street level but the second entrance on Great Smith Street has disabled access from street level.

Church House is fitted with induction loops.

Please indicate any special requirements on your booking form so that we can be of assistance.

Full accessibility information is available on the Church House website.

Location map

Centrally located in the heart of Westminster, Church House Conference Centre is perfectly situated to enjoy local attractions including Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and the London Eye. Excellent transport links from within London and outside the capital make Church House one of the most accessible venues in central London.

The main entrance to Church House is in Dean's Yard. There is a second entrance on Great Smith Street.

Location Map

Underground

From St James's Park:
Leave the station via the Broadway Exit (straight ahead) and head down Tothill Street. When you reach the end of the street, you will see Westminster Abbey. Cross over the road going towards the Abbey. On your right you will see a small archway with a security cabin and a gate. Go through the archway into Dean's Yard and head towards the large building facing you at the end of the yard - this is Church House.

From Westminster:
Leave the station via exit 4, turn right and walk to the first set of traffic lights on your left. Cross the road going towards the Houses of Parliament. Go straight ahead past the Houses of Parliament until you reach the next set of pedestrian lights. Turn right and walk past Westminster Abbey. At the end of the Abbey you will see a small archway to your left with security cabins on either side. Go through the archway into Dean's Yard, Church House is the large building facing you at the end of the yard.

From Victoria:
Use the exit leading to the mainline station and leave the station by the front entrance. Follow the directions from Victoria Station (below).

Mainline

From Victoria:
Leave the station by the front entrance; cross the first road on the right (Vauxhall Bridge Road) and walk straight down Victoria Street for approximately 15 minutes until you reach Westminster Abbey. Standing in front of the Abbey, you will see a small archway with a security cabin to the right. Go through the archway into Dean's Yard and head towards the large building facing you at the end of the yard - you have reached Church House.

From Euston:
Follow signs to London Underground, take a Southbound Victoria Line train (final stop Brixton) and get off the tube at Victoria Station. From here you can either walk as above or take the District or Circle Line Eastbound to St James's Park and follow directions from St James's Park Tube.

From Kings Cross:
Follow signs to London Underground. Take a Southbound Victoria Line tube (final stop Brixton). Get off the tube at Victoria Station. From here you can either walk as above or take the District or Circle Line Eastbound to St James's Park and follow directions from St James's Park Tube.

From Paddington:
Follow signs to London Underground and take a Circle Line train (via Victoria). Get off at St James's Park and follow directions from St James's Park Tube.


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