See our Campus map and Travel Options Guide
The nearest station is Barnes, from which it is about 15 minutes' walk from the Main Site Campus (25 minutes to Whitelands Campus), or take bus 72 or 265, which stop outside all campuses. Trains to Barnes run from Clapham Junction, London Waterloo, Staines and Windsor.
District/ Piccadilly/ Hammersmith & City lines to Hammersmith. From the tube station, go to bus stop K in the Lower Bus Station next to the shopping centre (see the map of Hammersmith Bus Station on the TfL website) and take bus 72 to all campuses.
District line to Putney Bridge. From outside the tube station, take bus 265 to all campuses.
Travelling to the Main Site Campus
Buses that stop directly outside: 72, 265, 493.Buses that stop at either Roehampton Village or Upper Richmond Road (Rosslyn Park RFC), each a short walk from the Campus on Roehampton Lane: K3, 85, 170, 337.
Travelling to the Whitelands Site Campus
Buses that stop nearby: 72, 265, 493, 170, 493. Travelling up Roehampton Lane, alight at the stop just before the junction with Danebury Avenue. Turn right down Danebury Avenue and then take the immediate left onto Holybourne Avenue. Whitelands is a minute’s walk on the right-hand side. If you are travelling from the direction of the A3 alight at the stop just after the junction with Danebury Avenue.
Please note, there is extremely limited parking on campus and in nearby streets. The University is easily accessible by public transport. If you are visiting an Open Day please visit this page for information regarding parking on the day.
Travelling to the Main Site (Digby Stuart, Froebel and Southlands Colleges)
Travelling to the Whitelands Site
Information on parking can be found on the Staff and Student Portals.
Visitor parking is available on all sites. It is the responsibility of the member of staff issuing the invitation to make the necessary arrangements. Where possible, visitors should be encouraged to use public transport and the University Shuttle Bus between campuses.
It is the responsibility of the member of staff leading the project to make the necessary arrangements with Paul Markham-James for the issue of a permit. This should be arranged at the pre-contract meeting by project managers and limited to a maximum of two parking permits.