South Worple Way
London SW14 8SU
Tel: 020 3513 3600
Map of the local area (PDF, 34 KB)
Map of the hospital (PDF, 49KB)
The Transport for London Journey Planner (opens in a new window) may be useful for planning travel to Barnes Hospital.
Barnes Hospital is accessible by several bus routes. The 209, 419, 485 and N22 bus routes service Mortlake High Street, which is about a ten-minute walk from the hospital. View buses from Mortlake and East Sheen on the Transport for London website (opens in new window).
Barnes Hospital is not easily accessible by London Underground tube services. Patients and visitors are advised to use National Rail services instead.
Barnes Hospital is about a 15-minute walk from two overland train stations: Mortlake and Barnes Bridge. South West Trains run regularly from Waterloo station (where there are connections to the Northern, Bakerloo and Jubilee lines), Vauxhall station (Victoria line), Richmond (District line) and Clapham Junction. These journeys travel through zones 2 and 3. When using Mortlake or Barnes Bridge station, take the 209, 419 or 485 bus routes to the Mortlake High Street stop and walk to the hospital from there.
Barnes Hospital is located just off the South Circular (A205) and Mortlake High Street. If driving down Mortlake High Street, turn right onto White Hart Lane at the roundabout and then right again on to South Worple Way to reach the hospital. When using the South Circular, exit onto Priests Bridge and enter the roundabout, then exit onto White Hart Lane. South Worple Way is on the left.
The hospital has its own free car park located on hospital grounds for patients and visitors. All visitors will require a parking permit. There is minimal street parking outside the grounds.