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Getting Here

With seemingly hundreds of tube lines, bus routes, black cabs, Ubers, Addison Lees (need we go on?), we all know London can be a confusing place to navigate. Here are a some useful things to know when planning your trip to Hatton Garden.

Hatton Garden Shops - Opening Times
Monday - Friday: 10:00am - 18:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am - 17:30pm
Sunday: Closed

Please check shop profiles for exact opening times

 
I am travelling by Car | Tube | Bus | Plane
If you’re brave enough to embrace London’s busy roads, you’ll be pleased to know there are a number of car parks close to Hatton garden.

NCP London Saffron Hill: Saffron Hill, St Cross Street, London EC1N 8XA
1 minute walk to Hatton Garden
Spaces: 353
Wide Bays: 0
Disabled Bays: 2

NCP London Farringdon: Farringdon, 1 Bowling Green Lane, Clerkenwell, London., EC1R 0BD
6 minute walk to Hatton Garden 
Spaces: 294
Wide Bays: 0
Disabled Bays: 7

NCP London Aldersgate: Aldersgate Street, 158-170 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4HY
13 minute walk
Spaces: 670
Wide bays: 0
Disabled bays: 0
Hatton Garden is more or less equidistant to Farringdon and Chancery Lane tube stations - a god-send for those rainy days when you just don’t fancy waiting at a bus stop for hours on end. From Chancery Lane, turn left onto Leather Lane and right on to Greville Street and expect to be in Hatton Garden in under 4 minutes. Walk straight up Greville Street from Farringdon Station and you’ll be here in no time.

Chancery Lane Station
Central Line

Farringdon Station
Circle Line

Hammersmith & City
Metropolitan Line
There are around 10 bus stops that serve the Hatton Garden area, largely centred around Holborn Circus, Farringdon Station and Clerkenwell Road. The 63 from King’s Cross and 172 from Clerkenwell Green call at Farringdon Station. For more options and live details of bus times, why not check out an app like City Mapper?

55 or the N55 from Oxford Circus
25 from Oxford Circus
243 from Waterloo
521 from Waterloo
8 from Tottenham Court Road
For a visitors from further afield, here is some information to get you from your London airport to Hatton Garden.

Gatwick Airport to Hatton Garden
The Thameslink train from Gatwick will take you straight Farringdon Station, where you’ll only need to walk around 4 minutes before you’re in Hatton Garden. The whole thing should take less than an hour!

Heathrow to Hatton Garden
You have a few more options from Heathrow. In around 50 minutes you can get to Hatton Garden via the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station, where you’ll need to get the Bakerloo line to Oxford Circus, and then the Central Line to Chancery Lane.

Alternatively, take the Heathrow Express to Paddington and get the Circle line to Farringdon. 

London City Airport to Hatton Garden
If you’re coming from London City Airport - lucky you! You can be in Hatton Garden in only around 35 minutes by getting the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) to Bank, where you can change for the Central line to Chancery Lane.
How to get to Hatton Garden