Alexandra Palace is one of the leading London venues with 7300 seating capacity, regularly hosting a broad range of live music and entertainment events. Built in 1873, the venue was destructed by fire soon afterwards. After its renovation in 1875, Alexandra Palace has held a number of international exhibitions, jazz festivals, and beer events. This venue is also the spot to be every November, 5th — after all, this is exactly where annual bonfires burn the brightest.
Alexandra Palace location features several well-planned commute routes, so you can choose any transport mode you like.
By train and tube: take the Piccadilly line — the journey from Piccadilly Circus will take you approximately 20 minutes. Exit at Wood Green Station; there, you can go to bus station A and pick the W3 bus — it will take you right to the venue.
If you want to go by train, note that Alexandra Palace has its own station. There is a regular train traffic from Moorgate and Kings Cross. If you choose the Kings Cross station, you will have to change at Finsbury Park.
By car: you can easily get to Alexandra Palace by car, too. But, of course, you will have to follow the map depending on your departure point.
International: you can also get right to the venue from two major international airports. At Heathrow, you can take the Piccadilly line to Wood Green Station, and catch the W3 bus later. At Gatwick Airport, take Victoria Line and follow the same logic.
One of the reasons to choose your own car to get to Alexandra Palace is that the venue boasts six large parking areas, including disabled access parking, located just 250 yards up a hill in separate bays of the Grove Car park.
Access for people with special needs
Apart from the disabled parking, the venue features a special drop off area next to the Palm Court Entrance. Alexandra Palace tries its best to be accessible to all people, featuring thoroughly designed seating for people with special needs, ramps to help them get there, and specially equipped WC facilities. The venue permits guide dogs and even features on spot dog care on top of that.