Located on Gaunt Street, Ministry of Sound is one of the most famous and electrifying nightclubs not just in London, but in the entire world. Opened in 1991, Ministry of Sound had an immediate success and also became an independent record label as well as a media brand. Featuring a capacity of 1600 people, the nightclub was designed as a tribute to the American house music scene of the 80s. Some of the most famous guests who have held live gigs here are DJ Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren and David Guetta.
Due to its convenient position in the Newington district, the Ministry of Sound can easily be accessed by train, tube, bus and car.
By train and tube: The venue is a six-minute walk from the Elephant & Castle train station and a four-minute walk from the Elephant & Castle subway station, which serves the tube connections Bakerloo and Northern.
By bus: The venue is just a one-minute walk from the following bus stations: Borough Road (route 344) and E & C Newington Causeway Stop G (routes 35, 40, 133, 136, 333, 343, C10, N133 and N343).
By car: The venue is close to the main road A201, so you can’t possibly miss it while driving.
International: The Ministry of Sound is within a 30-minute driving distance from the London City Airport. Another option for international travellers would be taking the DLR tube route.
While the venue doesn’t own private parking, you can leave your car at the NCP Car Park London Bridge. Inside this car park, there are many places reserved for people with disabilities.
Access for people with special needs
The Ministry of Sound is accessible to disabled individuals and features amenities like wheelchair spots and wheelchair-accessible toilets. Blind people can also go in accompanied by a guide dog. The only inconvenience is that there is no lift to the 1st-floor area.
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