St Gabriel's Church, Pimlico

St Gabriel's Church, Warwick Square, Westminster, London SW1V

St Gabriel's is a Grade II* listed building in one of London's elegant garden squares, built in 1853 by architect Thomas Cundy, Surveyor of the Grosvenor Estates (belonging to the Duke of Westminster), which today cover Belgravia and Pimlico.

The church holds around 300 people and is famed for its acoustics.

location map of St Gabriel's Church Pimlico

By underground or train: Victoria (Circle, District and Victoria lines) or Pimlico (Victoria line). St Gabriel's is a 10min walk from both Victoria and Pimlico stations. From Vauxhall BR station it is 20-25 min by bus or by foot.

By foot from Victoria Station: go along Wilton Road which runs down the left side of the station (as you look at the frontage), past the Apollo theatre, Argos and Sainsbury's, turn right into Warwick Way, left into Belgrave Rd, then right into Warwick Sq.

By foot from Pimlico Station: from Pimlico Station walk along Lupus St past St Saviour's church and turn right into St George's Drive up to Warwick Square.

By bus: No 24 to Belgrave Rd/ Churton St.
Nos C10, 360 to Lupus Street.
Nos 11, 239, C1, 44 to Victoria Coach Station.
Nos 2, 36, 436, 185 to Vauxhall Bridge Rd/Warwick Way.

By car: parking is free on Sundays.

Disabled access: there are toilets in the church, but no facilities for the disabled, although the church is accessible by wheelchair.

St Gabriel's Church, Pimlico

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