Reaching the Venue

Getting to Central Hall Westminster

Getting to Central Hall Westminster couldn’t be easier for us. The building overlooks Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament, in one of central London’s most prestigious and iconic locations.

It is a short walk from several underground and rail stations, and are also served by multiple buses. Local car parking is also nearby if we are planning to travel to it by car.


Transport links


By London Underground

We can get to Central Hall Westminster using multiple modes of transport. It is within easy walking distance of three underground / tube stations:


  • Westminster station (Jubilee, Circle and District lines) – 3 minute walk
  • St James’ Park station (Circle and District lines) – 3 minute walk
  • Victoria station (Victoria, Circle and District lines) – 13 minute walk
  • Victoria rail: 13 minute walk
  • Charing Cross rail: 14 minute walk
  • Waterloo rail: 18 minute walk
By Bus

Central Hall Westminster is served by several bus routes, many of which pass directly outside our building.

  • Buses 11, 24, 148 and 211 pass our door
  • Buses 3, 12, 53, 53X, 87, 88, 109, 159 and 453 stop nearby


By Car

The building is located within the central London Congestion Charge zone. If we are driving to it, we can park our vehicle in one of several public car parks, located nearby in:

  • Abingdon Street
  • Horseferry Road
  • Rochester Row
  • Semley Place


There is also public parking adjacent to the building, on Tothill Street and Matthew Parker Street.


From the Airport

Central Hall Westminster can be easily accessed from all London airports.

Heathrow, Gatwick, City, Stansted, and Luton airports all operate express shuttles and rail services that travel into central London, from where we can get to it directly or change to another mode of transport.




Central Hall Westminster is the largest conference and events venue in central London. It offers 23 varied rooms and spaces to accommodate events of all sizes: from intimate functions of up to 60 people to large occasions for up to 500 people. It can also cater for high-profile, high-impact events of over 2,000 people with ease.


The distinctive architecture and grandeur of Central Westminster Hall, combined with its convenient central London location make it the ideal venue for a variety of public and private occasions.

Events it typically hosts include:


Watch the venue video


Photo gallery

Central Hall Westminster

The Great Hal Concert with an lOrchestra

The Great Hall


View of Parliament Square from our balcony

View of Parliament Square from Central Hall Balcony