Ally Pally World Darts Championship 2023: How to get to Alexandra Palace by Tube, rail and bus
The World Darts Championships will return to Ally Pally next month.
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Darts fans will once again flock to Alexandra Palace next month as the 2023 Paddy Power World Darts Championship festivities kick off. The annual competition will return to the London venue's west hall this December.
Having hosted the annual world championships since 2008, Ally Pally has become a familiar destination to darts fans over the past 15 years, with many making the annual pilgrimage to the north London venue each year to be a part of the sport's biggest event.
While the 2023 festivities are just weeks away, many darts fans will no doubt be preparing to make the trip to the Alexandra Palace for the World Darts Championship festivities.
We break down how fans can get to the London venue via Tube, bus and train.
How to get to the World Darts Championship 2023 at Alexandra Palace by Tube, bus and train
Those travelling in from Finsbury Park and Tottenham way can hop on the W3 bus service, which stops at the north London venue.
Others travelling via the Tube can also hop on the W3 bus to get to the venue after getting off the underground at Wood Green. The station, which is on the Piccadilly line, is about a 26-minute walk from Alexandra Palace.
Alternatively, darts fans can also head to the venue by Great Northern rail services from Moorgate and King's Cross to Alexandra Palace Station.