The closest Tube stations are Chancery Lane, which is an 11-minute walk away, or Russell Square and Farringdon, which are both a 12-minute walk away. Farrington station has a lift between the street and the platform. Bus routes that stop nearby are the 17, 19, 38, 45, 46, 55, 63 and 341.
Kidadler Clare says, "we parked on Rosebury Avenue in a pay and display bit... for 2 hours only which was enough for us to do the play bit and the train."
No buggies are allowed on the lower ground floor of Mail Rail. Buggy parking is provided on the ground floor alongside lockers for storage. The venue is wheelchair accessible.
The Counter Cafe serves up hot drinks and freshly-prepared food, including healthy meals for the kids. There is a refreshment trolley in the Sorted play area. Or take a picnic and enjoy it at St Andrew's Gardens, which is a 3-minute walk away.
It's worth planning ahead to get the most out of your day-one you have bought a London Pass you will be sent a digital guide to help you plan. Each time you visit an attraction, credits will be deducted from your pass-you can monitor how many credits you have left by downloading the free London Pass app. The credit value is based on the standard gate price for each attraction and it depends on the duration of the pass.
Opening times and dates are subject to change – please call the venue or check the website for more details before setting off. Free WiFi is available. Your London Pass will be sent to you via email within 2 working days. It is valid for one year from the date of your purchase and it is activated with your first visit. All London Passes are to be used on consecutive days. Your pass will automatically expire at the end of your 1, 2, 3, 6, or 10 days. You can only visit each attraction once using your London Pass. Repeat entries are not permitted. Children must always be accompanied by an adult. Your London Pass does not include an Oyster Travelcard option. Passes are non-exchangeable and non-refundable.