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cinch Championships

The Queen's Club, London 2023 dates tbc

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Travel & parking


Getting to the cinch Championships

The cinch Championships is held at The Queen's Club, which is situated in West London. See below on further details on how to get to the venue.

Venue address

The tournament has two designated entrances:

  • Palliser Road Entrance Postcode - W14 9EQ
  • Perham Road Entrance Postcode - W14 9SP

Centre Court ticket holders in blocks 19 to 25 must use the Perham Road Entrance to access the grounds. All other ticket holders must access via the Palliser Road Entrance.

By car

Unfortunately, there is no parking available on site at The Queen’s Club. We would recommend taking public transport to the tournament.

Blue Badge Parking

Visit bluebadgeparking.com or contact Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s Accessible Transport team on their Accessible Transport page for details of Blue Badge parking around the local area.

By London Underground

Palliser Road Entrance

The closest Underground Station is Barons Court (Piccadilly and District lines).

Perham Road Entrance

The closest Underground Station is West Kensington (District Line)

The closest Underground Stations with lifts are Hammersmith, Kensington Olympia and West Brompton. Check your route in advance on the TFL website or National Rail website to ensure you leave enough time to travel.

By bus

Local bus routes are 9, 10, 27, 28, 74,190, 295 and 391.

You can use contactless for pay as you go travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail, Emirates Air Line and most National Rail services in London.

For more information visit the Transport for London website and the Transport for London contactless information webpage.

By bike

The nearest cycle parking stand is located in Margravine Gardens, close to Barons Court Underground station. There is no facility for parking bicycles within the grounds.

Check your route in advance using Google Maps and selecting bicycling routes.

We would ask that cyclists respect residential properties surrounding the Tournament by refraining from chaining bicycles to railings in the area.

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