City Temple Conference Centre

phone 0207 583 5532

Attending an Event

We look forward to your visit to City Temple. We want your time with us to be as enjoyable and stress free as possible. To that end, please don’t hesitate to contact our staff during your event or before your arrival if you have any questions or need any special accommodation.

Explore the page in this section for information on our venue as well as getting to and from City Temple.

Click HERE to view our conference rooms at City Temple Conference Centre.


City Temple can be easily accessed by public transportation, whether you’re coming across town or travelling into the City.

By Train

First Capital Connect Trains stop at the City Thameslink Station, which is a two minute walk

By Tube

  • The Central Line stops at Chancery Lane Tube Station, which is a four minute walk.
  • The Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, and Circle Lines stop at Farringdon Station, which is a five minute walk.

By Bus

See the map for lines that stop in our area.


The map provided shows how to reach us from the stations and bus stops in the area. We have also provided a TFL Journey Planner Link to help you find the easiest route. This resource will be particularly important over the weekend, as transportation options in our area are currently reduced due to construction.

By Car

The best time to reach City Temple by car is on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. At all other times, we would encourage you to use public transport. If you do travel by car, below are a few things to keep in mind.

Car Parks

  1. Smithfield (City of London, least expensive), West Smithfield, London, EC1A 9DS
  2. International Press Centre Underground (NCP), 76 Shoe Lane, London, EC4A 3JB
  3. Hillgate House Underground (NCP), Seacol Lane/Limeburner Lane, London, EC4M 7HY
  4. Saffron Hill Multistory Car Park (NCP), St Cross Street, London, EC1N 8XA
  5. Aldersgate Street Car Park (NCP), 158-170 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4HY

Journey Times
Always allow extra time for your journey since traffic patterns in central London are highly variable. On average, we recommend adding at least an extra 30 minutes to your anticipated journey time.

Congestion Charge
If you drive to City Temple between Monday to Friday, from 7.00 am to 6.00 pm, remember to pay the London Congestion Charge. For further information, please see the Transport for London’s Congestion Charging webpage.

Car Parks and On-Street Parking
The meters around City Temple operate from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm, Monday to Friday, and 8.00 am to 11.00 am on Saturday. The cost is £1 per fifteen minutes, with a two-hour limit, except for Saturdays when it is £2 for the whole morning. Parking on single-yellow lines is permitted outside these times, but do not obstruct any ramps, walkways or access points.

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