Wilton's Music Hall is music a famous venue located on Graces Alley in London. It’s one of the fewest music halls which survived and retained most of their original features. With a capacity of 300 seats, it’s a perfect spot to feel the music and relax. The building was built back in the 19th century. Today the Hall itself is used as a place for many photo seasons, gigs, and concerts; moreover, the venue entertains thousands of people each year. Artists like Ruby and the Dukes and Magdalena are hosting their gigs in this outstanding hall.
Wilton’s Music Hall and Graces Alley are easily accessible by different means of public transport.
By train and tube: Nearest train station is either Fenchurch Street Station or Shadwell London Overground Station. The walk from both of these stations takes approximately 10 minutes. If you are travelling by tube, the nearest station is Tower Hill.
By car: Going to Wilton’s Music Hall by car should not cause any trouble either. But, of course, if you're new to London, you will have to follow the map.
International: You can Wilton’s Music Hall from an international airport, too. If you travel from Gatwick, take an express train to Victoria Station and then take a tube to Aldgate East Station.
From Heathrow terminals 1-3, take a train to Paddington station. Change to a tube and exit at Aldgate East Station.
Nearest parking lot is located 1 minute away from the Hall on Fletcher Street. It’s 24/7 parking with CCTV facility. Another parking place is Arch parking which is an opened overnight when there are events at Wilton’s Music Hall. Both parking lots feature accessible parking for people with special needs.
Access for people with special needs
People with disabilities are welcome to contact the Box Office before they actually go to the event. The whole ground floor is wheelchair friendly, and there’s a special WC for the disabled people. Other floors are accessible by lift.
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