Westminster Cathedral Hall

Westminster Cathedral Hall, Ambrosden Avenue, London SW1P 1QW

Described on completion as one of the finest meeting rooms in London, this Edwardian hall was designed by Westminster Cathedral architect John Francis Bentley and represents some of his finest work. It has recently been extensively modernised and restored to its original splendour.

The entrance to Westminster Cathedral Hall in Ambrosden Street

The entrance to the Hall is in Ambrosden Avenue, which runs between Victoria Street and Francis Street.

Getting there

location map of Westminster Cathedral Hall

By train or underground: Victoria (mainline and underground) and St James's Park (underground) are both less than 5 minutes walk.

By bus: Nos 11, 24, 211 and 507 buses stop immediately in front of the Cathedral piazza on Victoria Street.

By car: Not recommended due to the new ULEZ charge and the Congestion charge which now operates on Sundays. However to avoid both of these, you can park on the far side of Vauxhall Bridge Road and walk to the Hall down Francis Street, turning left into Ambrosden Avenue (about 5 minutes).


The Chopin Society recommends Gustoso Ristorante e Enoteca, an excellent Italian restaurant just minutes from Westminster Cathedral Hall - see website (www.ristorantegustoso.co.uk) for directions and opening times.

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Westminster Cathedral Hall

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