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Tickets
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Where
London College of Communication Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6SB

Tube
Elephant & Castle Underground Station is well connected as it is on both the southern end of the Bakerloo Line, and the Bank branch of the Northern Line, please check the TfL website before setting out to verify there are no engineering works that may disrupt your journey. This station is in both Zones 1 & 2.

National Rail
Elephant & Castle National Rail Station is served by Thameslink First Capital Connect trains between and Southeastern trains .  This station is in both Zones 1 & 2.

Bus
Travelling to Elephant & Castle by London Bus is by far the best option for many people as there are an extensive number regular of buses running to, from and through Elephant & Castle.

There are many bus routes passing near by, however there are almost thirty bus routes that serve the immediate area (passing over the roundabout) these are:

1, P5, C10, 12, 35, 40, 45, 53, 63, 68, 100, 133, 148, 168, 155171, 172, 176, 188, 196, 333, 343, 344, 360, 363, 415, 453, 468

Bike
Visitors choosing to cycle to Elephant & Castle Mini Maker Faire are able to make use of the Barclays Cycle Superhighway (CS7) from Merton to City, there is more information about this route on the TfL website.

There are a number of Barclays Cycle Hire (Boris Bike) stations in the local area, however there is likely to be a lot of demand for docking stations to park bikes, on the way in, and bikes on the way out, so please be prepared for this.

There is also limited space for parking bikes in and around the Elephant & Castle area however leaving your bike is done so at your own risk, there is no secure storage on site for visitors.

You can find a map of the near by stations on the TfL website the postcode is SE1 6SB.

Car
There is no onsite parking at London College of Communications, however there are facilities in the area, please look online for details, but consider using an alternative method of transport to attend.

Accessibility
Like all modern venues London College of Communication is fully accessible by wheelchair, however the local tube and railway station do not have step free access, it is therefore recommended you take a bus service from near by stations such as London Waterloo, Southwark, or London Bridge stations, please contact TfL regarding your travel plans for advice, if you have any questions about accessing the venue please feel free to contact us.