How to find us

The Women’s Library Occupation is accessible by tube, bus, bike, car, wheel or foot!

You can find us at:

The Women’s Library
London Metropolitan University
25 Old Castle Street
Aldgate
London
E1 7NT

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Buses
The following buses stop very near Old Castle Street on Whitechapel High Street, or at Aldgate bus station: 15, 25, 40, 42, 67, 78, 100, 115, 254

Bicycles
There are racks outside The Women’s Library and Calcutta House.

Tubes and Trains

Aldgate East (Hammersmith and City and District lines; 3 minute walk)  Take the ‘Toynbee Hall’ exit. As you come out of the station, turn right and take the first right down Old Castle Street. The Women’s Library is a large grey building half way down the street on your left.

Aldgate (Metropolitan and Circle lines; 5 minute walk) Turn left out of the station and use the pedestrian crossing to cross Middlesex Street. Continue straight into Whitechapel High Street. Old Castle Street is the second turning on your left.

Liverpool Street (Local and mainline rail, Central, Circle, Hammersmith and City, and Metropolitan lines; 10 minute walk)
Exit into Bishopsgate using the escalators. Cross the road and turn left. Take the first right, into Middlesex Street, walk down, and turn left into Wentworth Street. Old Castle Street is the second turning on the right.

Parking

There are disabled parking bays outside Calcutta House. The Corporation of London has a car park at Spitalfields. For NCP car parking details checkwww.ncp.co.uk. Please contact Tower Hamlets Council for details of Blue Badge Holder parking in the local area.

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