St Mary's Hospital, London
St Mary’s Hospital, Praed Street, London W2 1NY
The hospital can be contacted on: 020 3312 6666
Travel by public transport
Paddington underground station, on the Bakerloo, Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines, is the closest underground station to St Mary’s Hospital. It is approximately a four minute walk from the hospital.
Edgware Road underground station is approximately a seven minute walk from the hospital.
Lancaster Gate underground station is on the Central line and is approximately an 11 minute walk from the hospital.
Paddington overground railway station is approximately a four minute walk from the hospital.
Marylebone overground railway station is approximately a 14 minute walk from the hospital, or a four minute tube journey on the Bakerloo line to Paddington station.
St Mary’s Hospital is well served by local buses. Please see the Transport for London bus map for full details.
Travel by car
When possible, we strongly encourage you to use public transport to travel to and from St Mary’s Hospital. If you decide to travel by car, please plan your journey in advance.
The hospital does not have an onsite car parking facility, but does have a pick-up and drop-off point directly outside the hospital’s main entrance which patients and visitors can use.
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