Use the information and tools below or visit the Transport for London website to plan your journey to Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital.

Find us

Full address

Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital
Du Cane Road
London
W12 0HS

Main contact number 

020 3313 1111

Travel by train

Underground

  • East Acton, situated in zone two on the central line, is the closest underground station to Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital. It is approximately a 10 minute walk from the hospital. Alternatively you can walk for three minutes to bus stop C on Du Cane Road, where you can take buses 7, 70, 72, 272, 283 and N7 to Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital.

    Map and directions

  • White City underground station, which is situated in zone two on the central line, is approximately a 18 minute walk, or a five minute bus ride from the hospital. Buses 72 and 272 travel from White City underground station to Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital. 

    Map and directions

  • Wood Lane underground station, which is situated in zone two on the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, is approximately a 20 minute walk from the hospital. If you would prefer to use a bus service rather than walk to the hospital, you will need to walk for two minutes to White City underground station, where you can take buses 72 or 272 to Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital.

    Map and directions

Overground

All of the stations listed above do not operate taxi ranks. We recommend that you pre-book a taxi before you travel if required.

Travel by bus

Please use the Transport for London bus map to help you find your way to our hospital. The following buses stop directly outside Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital Hospital on Du Cane Road:

Bus number

Destination  

Map and timetable

Bus stop

 

7

Brunel Road, East Acton to Oxford Circus
 

View here

B or E

 

70

Acton Market Place to Queensberry Place

View here

B or F

72


Brunel Road, East Acton to Norley Vale, Putney 

 

View here

B or E

272

Cavendish Road, Chiswick to Shepherd’s Bush Station

View here

B or F


283

Brunel Road, East Acton to Barnes Pond, Barnes or The Wetlands Centre, Barnes

View here

B or E

N7

Northholt station to Oxford Circus station

View here

B or E


 

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 the information point which is situated in the main entrance of the hospital and provides a telephone so that you can call a taxi service. There is a pick-up and drop-off point outside hospital’s main entrance.  

Site map

Travel by bike

Park your bike

There are several bike racks at Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea 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 a few Santander cycle docking stations near Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital, including:

  • BBC white city docking station, which is a 13 minute walk from the hospital
  • Westfield, Ariel Way docking station which is a 21 minute walk from the hospital and also very close to White City and Wood Lane underground stations
  • There are also Santander docking stations on Woodstock Grove and Westfield Southern Terrace which are near to Shepard’s Bush overground station.  

Travel by car

When possible, we strongly encourage you to use public transport to travel to and from Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital. If you decide to travel by car, please plan your journey in advance.

We have a small number of car parking spaces, as well 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