Our address is:
Cecil Sharp House
2 Regent’s Park Road
Cecil Sharp House is located in Camden at the junction of Regent's Park Road and Gloucester Avenue. It is accessible by rail, road and tube and is only 10 minutes walk from Camden Town underground station.
To plan your journey to Cecil Sharp House and for up to date travel information, visit Transport for London's (TfL) Journey Planner.
We are within walking distance from a number of London Underground stations, the closest being Camden Town or Chalk Farm.
Download accessibility guides for tube stations from the TfL website.
The nearest train station is Camden Road. You can also reach us via Euston and King’s Cross St. Pancras.
Bus route 274 runs past Cecil Sharp House along Regent’s Park Road and route C2 stops on Parkway, which is very close to the venue. We are easily accessible by bus from around the city. Bus routes 24, 27, 29, 31,88, 134, 168, 214 and 253 all go to the Camden Town, which is about 10 minutes’ walk away from Cecil Sharp House. Plan your journey using the TfL Interactive Bus Map.
Cycle racks are available at the entrance to our car park via the Gloucester Road entrance. Helmets and equipment can be left in our free lockers. Our nearest TfL Bicycle Hire docking station is Gloucester Avenue [link: https://web.barclayscyclehire.tfl.gov.uk/maps]. Plan your journey using the TfL Cycle Journey Planner.
There is limited designated parking at Cecil Sharp House for visitors and ticket holders. There is on-street parking nearby – for details of charging hours and restrictions, please see the Camden Council parking website.
A limited number of disabled parking bays are available, on the grounds of Cecil Sharp House, accessible via the Regents Park Road. Spaces can be reserved for visitors with access needs, on a first-come-first-served basis, by calling +44 (0)20 7485 2206.
Cecil Sharp House is outside of the congestion charge zone. If you need to travel through the zone to reach us, the daily charge of £11.50 applies Monday – Friday, 7am – 6pm, excluding public holidays. For more information, visit the TfL website.
For information about access to Cecil Sharp House, visit our Access information page.
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