South Kensington station

South Kensington train station

South Kensington train station
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Address:
South Kensington Station, Pelham Street, South Kensington,
London SW7 2NB
United Kingdom
Fare zone:
South Kensington is in Zone 1

Circle Line

District Line

Piccadilly Line

Station closures on the Circle, District and Piccadilly lines

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Train journey from South Kensington station

Train fare from South Kensington underground station

Train fares to South Kensington (zone 1)

Child fares to South Kensington (zone 1)

South Kensington station maps

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South Kensington station facilities

Lifts no Escalators yes Toilets no Cash machine yes Photo booth no Pay phone yes Wifi yes

 
 
 

Getting to South Kensington train station

Car park noCar parks near South Kensington station
Minicab and taxi firms near South Kensington
Bus 9, 10, 49, 52, 70, 74, 360, 430, 452, C1

Alternative stations close to South Kensington train station:
Gloucester Road station, Knightsbridge station and Sloane Square

The facilties and ticket office hours at South Kensington station are always subject to change. We advise you to check the details with London Transport.

Talk about South Kensington tube station

  • Admin – “Its a flight of 17 stairs up (or 20, depending on which direction your coming from), then an escalator up, then another flight of 34 stairs up. There is no way to avoid them -- there's no lift”
  •  Guest – “Hi, my sister and I would like to travel by District line from Winbledon to South Kensington. She can do stairs but not escalators...is this possible please?”
  • Admin – “She should be fine. At wimbledon she'll have a lift (or a flight of stairs), and at south kensington she'll have a flight of 25 stairs”

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