Use the information and tools below or visit the Transport for London website to plan your journey to Charing Cross Hospital.

Find us

Charing Cross Hospital
Full address

Charing Cross Hospital
Fulham Palace Road
London
W6 8RF

Main contact number

020 3311 1234

Travel by train

Underground

  • Baron’s Court, situated in zone two on the Piccadilly line, is the closest underground station to Charing Cross Hospital. It is approximately a nine minute walk from the hospital.
     
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  • Hammersmith underground station, which is situated in zone two on the Circle, Hammersmith & City, District and Piccadilly lines, is approximately a 10 minute walk or five minute bus ride from the hospital. Buses 190, 211, 220 and 295 all travel from Hammersmith bus station, which is situated next to Hammersmith underground train station, to Charing Cross Hospital. Hammersmith underground station also operates a taxi rank. However, we always recommend that you prebook a taxi before you travel.

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  • West Kensington underground station, which is situated in zone two on the District line, is approximately a 15 minute walk from the hospital.

    Map and directions

Overground

Travel by bus

Please use the Transport for London bus map to help you find your way to hospital. The following buses stop directly outside Charing Cross Hospital:

Bus number

Destination  

Map and timetable

Bus stop

 

190

George Street, Richmond to Empress State Building, West Brompton 

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HA and HT 

 

211

Hammersmith bus station to Waterloo station

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HA and HT

220


Willesden Junction station to Mapleton Crescent, Wandsworth

 

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HA and HT


295

Ladbroke Grove to Clapham Junction station 

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HA and HT


 N11

Ealing Broadway station to Liverpool Street station 

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HA and HT

 N97

Hammersmith bus station to Trafalgar Square

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HA and HT


 

Cash free buses

Since July 2015, you are no longer able to use cash to pay for your bus fare on London buses. Instead of cash you are able to use an Oyster card, a visitor Oyster card, a contactless payment card or a day travel card.

Travel by taxi

If you would like to book a taxi for your return journey home, please visit one of three information points in the hospital which all provide a telephone so that you can call a taxi service. They are situated:

  • in the hospital’s main entrance, opposite the reception desk
  • in the accident and emergency department
  • in the riverside wing

The pick-up and drop-off point is directly outside the hospital’s main entrance.

Site map

Travel by bike

Park your bike

There are several bike racks at Charing Cross Hospital where you can park your personal bike. Please lock your bike securely when using these facilities. 

Santander cycles

Please use the Transport for London Santander cycle map to help you find a bike. There are several Santander cycle docking stations near Charing Cross Hospital, including:

  • Charing Cross Hospital docking station, which is situated near the back entrance of the hospital on Margravine Road
  • Beryl Road docking station which is a three minute walk from the hospital
  • Manbre Road docking station which is a four minute walk from the hospital
  • Greyhound Road docking station which is a six minute walk from the hospital
  • Baron’s Court docking station which is a eight minute walk from the hospital

Travel by car

When possible, we strongly encourage you to use public transport to travel to and from Charing Cross Hospital. If you decide to travel by car, please plan your journey in advance.

We have a small number of car parking spaces. There is also a pick-up and drop-off point directly outside the hospital’s main entrance which patients and visitors can use.

Car parking information

Transport for London journey planning tool