The Eventim Apollo is a place known all over the world. It was opened in 1932 and has changed a number of names since then. Today, the venue keeps holding performances of the best artists, like Santana
, Elton John
, and many others. The building can welcome more than 4 000 people, so the events held there are really fantastic! Mind that those under the age 15 need to be guided by people over 18.
The place has a number of different routes to get there. Although the location does not allow parking a car just outside the building, you can also go by taxi, by train or by tube.
By train and tube: Use one of the following: Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith, and City lines. They all will lead you to Hammersmith station. The nearest train station is also Hammersmith.
By car: You can drive to the Eventim Apollo, but a car should not be parked nearby. Drive along Great West Road or Cromwell Road, for example, depending on the point of departure.
International: At the airport, you may get a black cab, which is always wheelchair accessible, just outside the Eventim Apollo. Besides, you can pre-book a taxi to pay less.
You can also get to The Eventim Apollo from Heathrow. Get onto the Piccadilly line from terminals 1-3.
There are no disabled parking bays just outside the building. The venue is situated on an elevated ground, so you’d better leave your car at a little distance. For example, use Novotel London West parking, which is only five minutes walk from the place. It also has invalid parking spaces.
Access for people with special needs
The venue has well-organized services for those with special needs. To start with, there is the wheelchair access seating ramp. You can take a guide dog with you, and the team will look after it while you are enjoying the show. There is also the Disabled Access toilet.