Local Area Guide
Earls Court is conveniently located for visitors to London whether travelling by car or public transport. It is within walking distance of several famous attractions like the Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Saatchi Gallery. It's also close to Hyde Park, Kensington Palace, Chelsea Football Club as well as shopping locations like High Street Kensington.
Earl's Court tube station is on both the District and Piccadilly lines which makes it really easy to get to from places like Kings Cross, Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Heathrow Airport. The station is in zones 1 and 2 which means a day pass places it conveniently near most of London's most famous attractions.
There are options across the city that will deliver you to Earls Court.
190 - runs between Earls Court and Richmond via Hammersmith and Chiswick.
C3 - runs between Earls Court and Clapham Junction via Chelsea and Parsons Green.
328 - runs between Chelsea and Golders Green so you can take in High Street Kensington, Notting Hill along the way.
C1 - runs between White City and Victoria Station via Shepherds Bush, High Street Kensington, the Victoria & Albert Museum and Knightsbridge.
74 - Runs between Putney and Baker Street via the Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Harrods, Knightsbridge, Hyde Park Corner and Marble Arch
West Brompton is our nearest railway station, less than half a mile away, so you can walk to the pub in about 10 minutes from the station.
Bringing the car? Turn into Earls Court Road from Cromwell Road to find us. The pub is located about 18 minutes in from the A406 along the A4, so if you're driving from out of town, it's pretty easy to get to. We don't have a car park, but you can park at the nearby Indigo Park car park, which offers secure covered parking on Hornton Street.
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