Directions to our Tour/Hire centre


Lambeth Towers,

74 Kennington Road,


SE11 6NJ

Lambeth Towers is located on the crossroads with Lambeth Road and Kennington Road. It is opposite a park called Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park which also has the Imperial War Museum located within. Geographically we are about 10 minutes walk due south from Westminster Bridge.



Google Maps.

Follow this link, and select directions.

Transport for London.

Follow this link. Enter Lambeth Towers as your destination.

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Follow this link for all the bus routes that are stopping close by. You will be getting off at either Lambeth North, Imperial War Museum Kennington Road, Lambeth Rd, Kennington Road.



Our closest underground station is Lambeth North. This is on the brown line, and one stop from the south end of the line. From this underground station, it is approximately 3 minutes walk.

The second closest station is Waterloo, this station is served by overground as well

Underground and overground. Walking from the station is approximately 10 minutes. If you are catching the underground, it is serviced by the Bakerloo line, (Brown) Northern line, (black) and the Jubilee line (Silver/grey)


WALKING from Lambeth North Underground Station

Directly outside the exit from the station (slightly to the left) you will see a crossing (pictured). Take this to the traffic island in the centre of the road. From here, take the crossing to your left (opposite the large church steeple). Follow the curve of the road around to the right, passing the entrance of the church. This is Kennington Road.


Follow this road until you reach the Three Stags pub. Our location is diagonal from here, across the junction.  Head through the green arch with the words ‘Lambeth Towers’ - You have arrived.


From Waterloo Station, you can take the Bakerloo Underground line to Lambeth North (the closest station to our location).



WALKING from Waterloo Station

Your point of exit from the Underground will differ depending on which line you have been travelling on. If you have taken the Jubilee line, the exit to Waterloo Road (pictured) is directly to your left after you exit the escalator and come through the barriers.


If you have travelled on the Bakerloo or Northern lines, or on a National Rail Service, you will likely be in the main atrium one level up. From this area, take the escalators down one level. The escalators are located next to M&S FoodHall. The arches are labelled with ‘Exit to Waterloo Road’. Once off the escalators, exit the station through the door directly ahead (adjacent to McDonald's).

Turn right out of the station’s exit, (walk away from the bridges in the picture) and walk to the corner where Waterloo Road meets Baylis Road. Cross straight on at the crossing and turn right along Baylis Road, keeping Waterloo Millennium Green on your left-hand side. Continue along Baylis Road until you reach a junction, where Lambeth North station is located. 

Now follow; Walking from Lambeth North Underground Station



Boris bikes run by TfL.

You can pick up a bike at many docking stations around central London. Click here for more information regarding how full the docking stations are at our location. Also, you can find information regarding how to hire a Boris bike. There is a nominal daily membership charge, and the bikes are free to use up to 30 minutes before they have to be re-docked. The rental charges increase dramatically after the free period. If you are thinking of going for a longer ride without re-docking continuously the traditional bike hire from shops is a better deal. Check out what we have to offer here.



There is not much parking nearby. There are a few parking metres in Lambeth Walk, which are expensive. If you are picking up a bicycle or unloading, you can park on the single yellow line outside our shop (best not to leave the car unattended). If you are planning to leave your car for some time, you can park on single yellow lines after 1:30 PM on Saturday, all day Sunday, and on bank holidays. If you need to park your car in a privately run car park follow this link and input Imperial War Museum.