VENUES

Dulwich College

Dulwich Common,
London
SE21 7LD

020 8693 3601

Dulwich College is an academically selective independent boys’ school committed to providing a holistic education in a diverse and supportive environment.

Dulwich College lies due South of the City of London only six miles from the River Thames. It is accessible by public transport and is adjacent to the South Circular Road, the main ring route around South London.

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Gallery Rd,
Southwark
SE21 7AD

020 8693 5254

Dulwich Picture Gallery is the world’s first purpose-built public art gallery: it was founded in 1811 when Sir Francis Bourgeois RA bequeathed his collection of old masters “for the inspection of the public”.

Today the Gallery is a vibrant cultural hub hosting some of the UK’s leading exhibitions alongside its Permanent Collection of Baroque masterpieces while staging a wide-ranging programme of public events, practical art and community engagement.

Directions:

By Train

West Dulwich (5 minutes’ walk). On the main line from Victoria to Beckenham Junction, Bromley and Orpington. Trains leave Victoria every 15 minutes and the journey takes 12 minutes.

Tulse Hill (15 minutes’ walk). On the lines from London Bridge and Charing Cross to Sutton and Leatherhead, and to East Croydon, Purley, Caterham, Redhill etc.
North Dulwich (15 minutes’ walk). On the line from London Bridge to East Croydon.
Gipsy Hill (20 minutes’ walk). On the line from Victoria, Battersea, Clapham, Wandsworth, Streatham Hill, to Crystal Palace, and East Croydon, and to Norwood Junction, West Croydon and Sutton.

By Bus

Bus routes Nos. 3, P4, P13 and 115 pass close to the College. Other routes within walking distance include nos. 12, 37, 40, 63, 68, 176, 185 and 227.

By Car

Entrance to the College is from Dulwich Common (the South Circular, A205) only. There is parking on the campus for visitors.
Please note that dogs may not be brought onto the College campus.

Directions:

By Train

West Dulwich (10 minutes’ walk). On the main line from Victoria to Beckenham Junction, Bromley and Orpington. Trains leave Victoria every 15 minutes and the journey takes 12 minutes.

Tulse Hill (25 minutes’ walk). On the lines from London Bridge and Charing Cross to Sutton and Leatherhead, and to East Croydon, Purley, Caterham, Redhill etc.

North Dulwich (12 minutes’ walk). On the line from London Bridge to East Croydon.

By Bus

Bus routes Nos. 3, P4, P13 and 115 pass close to the Gallery.

By Car

Entrance to the Gallery is from Gallery Road, off the South Circular. There is parking on the campus for visitors.

Please note that except Guide Dogs animals may not be brought into the Gallery

West Norwood Old Library

16 Knight’s Hill,
SE27 0HY

West Norwood Old Library is the temporary home of library services for the area and a public space used by youth groups and other community initiatives.

Directions:

The Old Library is a very short walk from West Norwood train station, with services from Victoria, Clapham Junction and London Bridge. There is limited parking in the vicinity.

Dulwich Books

6 Croxted Road,
SE21 8SW

Dulwich Books is an award-winning community bookshop located in West Dulwich.

Directions:

The shop is a short walk from West Dulwich train station and is close to the number 3 bus route from Brixton. There is limited parking in the vicinity.

All Saints Church

Lovelace Rd, SE21 8JY

All Saints of West Dulwich is a diverse Church of England parish, set in inner South London, with a liberal catholic ethos and an energetic congregation. Visit www.all-saints.org.uk for service times.

Directions:

All Saints is a 10-minute walk from West Dulwich and Tulse Hill train stations. It is served by the number 3 bus service from Brixton, the 201 to Thurlow Park Road, and various services to nearby Tulse Hill. There is ample parking in the vicinity.