Concerts in London
Getting to the RCM
For a map showing the location of the RCM click here.
By London Underground
The nearest underground station is South Kensington, which is about 10 minutes' walk from the RCM. South Kensington Station is on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines.
By National Rail
Bus number 360 stops directly outside the RCM on Prince Consort Road.
The number 70 travels along Queen's Gate.
There is a comprehensive system of night buses from Central London to the suburbs during the night. The N9 passes the Royal Albert Hall and connect with other routes at Trafalgar Square.
By Santander Cycles
A Santander Cycles docking station is located on Prince Consort Road, adjacent to the RCM. There are several alternative docking stations nearby.
There is metered parking on Prince Consort Road and the surrounding area. It costs £3.60 per hour for a maximum of four hours and is free after 6.30pm and on Sundays.
There are a limited number of disabled parking spaces on Prince Consort Road and Exhibition Road.
Other car parks and street parking are availble in the South Kensington area, but spaces are often limited. Please check availability and restrictions before you travel.
There are designated motorbike bays in the area surrounding the Royal Albert Hall.
NB: As of January 2011, the RCM is no longer in the London Congestion Charging Zone.
Taxis can be ordered at the reception during regular office hours. Taxis can be hailed easily from Kensington Gore in the area surrounding the Royal Albert Hall.
Coaches can drop off and collect immediately outside the Prince Consort Road entrance, subject to prior notification, and outside door 9 of the Royal Albert Hall.
There are coach parking bays on Exhibition Road.
Scheduled coach services run to destinations nationwide from Victoria Coach Station.
The following websites will provide you with live information on public transport services: