Brompton Oratory to Notting Hill Gate station

Brompton OratoryThe Brompton Oratory was the first Roman Catholic church to be built in London since Henry VIII’s time, and is the capital’s second largest after St Paul’s Cathedral. Its sumptious decorations include Italian artworks and mosaics.

 

Suggested train journey

Here is our suggested train journey between Brompton Oratory and Notting Hill Gate station.

The closest station to Brompton Oratory is South Kensington

1)  From South Kensington take the Circle
2)  Leave the train at Notting Hill Gate

Journey: South Kensington → Gloucester Road → High Street Kensington → Notting Hill Gate

Estimated time: 8 mins

Fare zones: 1 (what is the train fare?)

Return journey:  Train from Notting Hill Gate station to Brompton Oratory

Remember to check if your journey will be affected by train strikes or engineering works

Note: Closures, cancellations or delays might affect your journey and you should allow for extra time on top

Questions about this journey

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South Kensington station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Train station:
South Kensington station
Train fare zone:
1

Alternative train journeys, which you might prefer:
Brompton Oratory to Queensway, Brompton Oratory to Bayswater or Brompton Oratory to Holland Park

 

Notting Hill Gate station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Train station:
Notting Hill Gate station
Train fare zone:
1 & 2

Minicabs:  Hire a minicab near Notting Hill Gate train station

Alternative train stations nearby:
Gloucester Road to Notting Hill Gate, Knightsbridge to Notting Hill Gate or Sloane Square to Notting Hill Gate

 
 
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