Venue: House Of Vans London
The main entrance to the House Of Vans London is a small glazed door door which opens inwards. This will take you into the reception area. The reception area is always staffed (during opening hours).
If you need help or advice in planning your visit, please call 020 7922 1180 (Mon– Fri, 10am– 5pm).
All spaces (besides the skatepark) at the House Of Vans are wheelchair accessible
There are no additional wheelchairs on site
Please tell House of Vans your access requirements before you visit, so we can recommend the most suitable space for you.
Getting to House of Vans
For arrival by car, taxi, minibus or Dial-a-Ride, the most convenient set-down point is on Station Approach Road, approx. 50m up the road. This gives step-free access to the reception
For rail, tube and bus routes, Waterloo Station is the nearest step-free tube station
(Jubilee Line only) and rail station.
Your best route to House Of Vans London is to exit the mainline station via exit 1 (next to platform 1) and turn right. House Of Vans is approx. 300m along the road.
The nearest bus stop is at either on Waterloo Road or Westminster Bridge Road though these are a short distance away.
Assistance dogs may be taken into the House Of Vans
There is one accessible toilet at House Of Vans Food and Drink
A café is available within House Of Vans
Venue: Bartlett School of Architecture
The main entrance to the Bartlett School of Architecture is a large wooden door with a long vertical metal handle, which opens out towards the street. This is followed by double automatic doors which also open out towards the street. The reception area is always staffed.
If you need help or advice in planning your visit, please call 020 3108 7337 (Mon– Fri, 10am–5pm) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All spaces at the Bartlett School of Architecture are wheelchair accessible
There are no additional wheelchairs on site
There is seating for wheelchair users and other people with different access needs.
Please tell us your access requirements before you visit, so we can recommend the most suitable space for you.
The two 15-person lifts have wide automatic doors, tactile buttons and voice announcements, and rise from basement level to level 6
The front door access button is currently under repair. Please contact Bartlett reception on 020 3108 6128 for assistance with entry.
For arrival by car, taxi, minibus or Dial-a-Ride, the most convenient set-down point is the Gordon Street entrance. This gives step-free access to the Ground Floor reception (level G). To access the lifts to all levels a wheelchair accessible security barrier is operated by a member of UCL security staff
For rail, tube and bus routes, Euston Station is the nearest step-free tube station and rail station. The nearest bus stop is at Euston Station, the route is wheelchair accessible but please note it does involve crossing a main road. Transport for London’s enquiry line (020 7222 1234) can advise on accessible routes, or visit www.tfl.gov.uk
The nearest disabled parking spaces are located on Gordon Square or Endsleigh Gardens, approximately 5 minutes from 22 Gordon Street
Cars can equally drop off passengers outside the front entrance on Gordon Street
Parking is free after 13:30 on Saturday and all-day Sunday. Otherwise on street parking is charged by the hour
Assistance dogs may be taken into the Bartlett School of Architecture
There is an induction loop in the all the main event spaces. You can use this by adjusting your hearing aid to the ‘T’ setting.
We do not have large print guides to the exhibition and event programmes available on site, but these can be arranged in advance. Please contact email@example.com at least a week before your visit, to pre-book a large-print programme
If you require a BSL interpreter for an event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line BSL at least a week in advance
There is at least one accessible toilet on each level of The Bartlett
All the toilets are accessed by entering through the security barriers which are staffed by a member of UCL security team
The accessible toilets are left-hand transfer
The door has a handle which opens outwards
There are gender neutral toilets on floors 1 - 6
Food and Drink
A café is available on the ground floor
For any other questions please contact email@example.com