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King's College London's Guy's Campus


Addresses and telephone numbers

Guy's Campus address and telephone number

Great Dover Street Apartments
165 Great Dover Street
London
SE1 4XA 
Access for people with disabilities: Apartments 1-4,
Apartments 5-8, Apartments 9-10  

+44 (0)20 7407 0068 

Guy's Hospital
St Thomas Street
London
SE1 9RT

+44 (0)20 7188 7188  

Wolfson House
49 Weston Street London
SE1 3RB
Access for people with disabilities  

+44 (0)20 7955 4174
New Hunt's House
Guy's Campus
London
SE1 1UL
Access for people with disabilities
+44 (0)20 7848 6004

 

About the campus

Guy's Campus is home to:

Close to London Bridge on the South Bank of the River Thames, next to Guy's Hospital, this is an increasingly fashionable area, with many bars, restaurants, markets and creative businesses.

Nearby are:

  • London Bridge station/tube (one-minute walk)
  • two halls of residence, Great Dover Street Apartments and Wolfson House
  • Hay's Galleria, shopping mall
  • Borough Market, one of the oldest fruit and vegetable markets in London
  • Southwark Cathedral
  • Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
  • Tate Modern, a contemporary art gallery.

Prospective students may also wish to visit and tour the campuses.


How to get to Guy's Campus


By underground

London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee Lines): 1 minute walk, Borough (Northern Line):10 minute walk, Elephant and Castle (Bakerloo Line): 25 minute walk, Bank/Monument (Northern Line):20 minute walk, Monument (District and Circle Lines):15 minute walk.

By train

London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee Lines): 1 minute walk, Waterloo (Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee, Waterloo & City Lines): 30 minute walk.

By bus

Buses stopping in Tooley Street: 47. Buses stopping at London Bridge Station: 21 (24 hour), 43 (24 hour), 48, 149 (24 hour), 343 (24 hour), 381, N381, 521. Buses stopping at Borough High Street: 21 (24 hour), 35 (24 hour), 40, 47, 133 (24 hour).

A shuttle bus service is available for staff and students (carrying their college ID) wishing to travel between the Guy’s and St Thomas' hospital sites, the latter also being within walking distance of Waterloo and the Strand. The pick-up and drop-off points are:

  • at St Thomas', the lower-ground car park opposite the Florence Nightingale Museum
  • at Guy's Campus, on Great Maze Pond on the lay-by to the Bloomfield Clinic.

By boat - commuter river service

From the east, Woolwich Arsenal - Savoy: get off at London Bridge City Pier.

Parking

There is limited pay and display car park at the Guy's Campus, and Western Street, St Thomas Street and Snowsfield.

Bicycle stands

The Campus has two secure bike parks available for staff and students with access activated on their university ID card.

Hodgkin Building Secure Bike Park - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Nag’s Head Yard Secure Bike Park  - 07.00-19.00, Monday to Friday (the bike park is locked outside these hours).

Travelling from other campuses to the Guy's Campus

 On footBy bus By tube or train
From the Strand Campus 35 minute walk: walk down Surrey Street into Temple Place, along Victoria Embankment and cross Blackfriars Bridge. Walk along Blackfriars Road and turn left in to Southwark Street, crossing Southwark Bridge Road. Shortly after joining Borough High Street, turn right in to St Thomas' Street. From Temple take the District or Circle line to Monument, then catch the 35, 40, 47 or 149 bus to London Bridge. Bus stops near the Strand Campus From Temple take the District line to Westminster, and then take the Jubilee line to London Bridge.

From Denmark Hill Campus

 n/a From Denmark Hill station take the 40 bus. Bus stops near Denmark Hill Campus.  From Denmark Hill take the Southeastern service towards London Bridge. 

From Waterloo Campus

From the Franklin-Wilkins Building on Stamford Street walk away from the IMAX Cinema towards Blackfriars Bridge. Cross Blackfriars Road and walk down Southwark Street, crossing Southwark Bridge Road. Shortly after joining Borough High Street, turn right in to St Thomas' Street. Take the 381 bus from Stamford Street to London Bridge. Bus stops near Waterloo Campus From Waterloo take the Jubilee line to London Bridge.

From St Thomas' Campus

From St Thomas' Hospital turn left into Lambeth Palace Road, then right in to Westminster Bridge Road. Take the second left in to Baylis Road. Cross Waterloo Road and continue down The Cut. Cross Blackfriars Road and continue along Union Street. Cross Southwark Bridge Street and take the third left in to Borough High Street. Turn right in to St Thomas' Street. Take the 77 or 507 to Waterloo and then take the 381.. Cross Westminster Bridge to Westminster Station, then take the Jubilee Line to London Bridge.

 


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