London Royal Albert Hall: What is the nearest tube station?

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The Royal Albert Hall is a short walk from three London Underground stations.

The Royal Albert Hall is one of London’s most iconic music venues, having hosted many big-name artists over the years. Whether you’re heading to a show or to see the historic building in person, here are the three nearest underground stations to the venue.

Having first opened its doors in 1871, the concert hall continues to bring in music lovers for events across the year more than 150 years on. Diana Ross and Rick Astley are just a few of the legendary singers set to take to the venue’s stage later this year.

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BBC Proms 2023 has currently taken over the venue. The music festival, which kicked off last week, will continue to be held at the concert hall over the rest of the summer until early September.

Set in the northern edge of South Kensington, the Royal Albert Hall faces the capital’s beloved greenspace, Hyde Park. Considering its central location in the city, it’s probably no surprise to hear it has good underground links.

Here’s what stations those visiting the Royal Albert Hall can head to.

What is the nearest tube station to London’s Royal Albert Hall?

  • South Kensington - 11-minute walk
  • Gloucester Road - 14-minute walk 
  • Knightsbridge - 18-minute 

What underground lines can I take to London’s Royal Albert Hall?

The Piccadilly line passes through all three of the Royal Albert Hall’s nearest stations. Alternatively, the Circle and District stop at both South Kensington and Gloucester Road stations.

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