Apr 2 – 4, 2019
Europe/London timezone

Getting to Imperial College

Heathrow, Gatwick and City airports all have fast and convenient transport to London. 

Imperial College is located just south of the Royal Albert Hall in South Kensington. The nearest tube stations are South Kensington and Gloucester Road on the Circle, District and Piccadilly Lines. It is easiest to find Imperial College by using the foot tunnel from South Kensington tube station. This comes out by the Science Museum on the eastern edge of the Imperial campus just on the left as you come out. We are at the other (western) side of the campus though, so technically we are slightly closer to Gloucester Road tube station.

The Physics department offices are in the Blackett Lab on the corner of Queens Gate and Prince Consort Road, with the entrance on Prince Consort Road.  This is physically joined to the Huxley Building which has an entrance on Queens Gate.  All of the workshop is happening in LT2 - on lvl 1 of the Blackett Lab.

Below is a map of the South Kensington Campus

Please note that nationals of non-EEA countries will need a visa to enter the UK. Please contact Nicholas Wardle (nckw@cern.ch) as soon as possible if you will need a letter of invitation from us.