The Lexington is a lounge and a live music venue with only 400 people seating capacity. Despite its fairly small size, it is one of the busiest venues in London. The place is famous not only for hosting a wide variety of bands, but it also offers an excellent choice of craft beers and the best bourbon selection in the city. In addition to that, the Lexington proudly serves award-winning food.
Located at Pentonville Road, the Lexington is easily accessible by train, tube and car.
By train and tube: the nearest tube station would be Angel (within 5 minutes of walk from the venue), King’s Cross (10 minutes away) and Russell Square (15 minutes). The nearest train station would be King's Cross Thameslink Railway Station (7 minutes walk away from the venue) and King’s Cross (9 minutes).
By car: even with a pretty convenient route for either tube or train, you might wish to travel to the venue by car. In this case, your trip to the venue will depend on your departure point.
International: it is not going to be a short trip if you wish to attend the venue right after you arrived at the Heathrow Airport, but the best way to get there is to take Heathrow Express, get off at Paddington Station and hop on a bus 207 at Bow. When you arrive at Penton Street, the Lexington will be right in front of you!
As long as the Lexington does not offer its own parking, you are welcome to use Skinner Street NCP or Elia Mews Car Park. Both of them are within 9 minutes walk from the venue.
Access for people with special needs
Unfortunately, the Lexington does not have a wheelchair access to the venue. However, feel free to contact the administration of the venue to discuss possible accommodation.