Staple Inn Hall,
Staple Inn is best approached from the south side exit of Chancery Lane tube station on the Central Line. Chancery Lane tube station is closed on Sundays.
The nearest main line stations are Kings Cross and St Pancras. Staple Inn is within easy walking distance (10 minutes) of Farringdon, CityThameslink and Holborn stations.
Bus routes include numbers: 8, 17, 242, 25, 45, 341, 243, 501, 521.
It is not recommended that you travel to Staple Inn by car as parking facilities are very limited. The nearest NCPs are on Saffron Street, just off Farringdon Road (10 minutes walk from Holborn Gate) and Shoe Lane (5 minutes walk from Holborn Gate).
Bicycles and motorcycles
Please note that there are no facilities for parking bikes or motorcycles at Staple Inn. For details of the locations of free cycle parking, please visit the Corporation of London website.
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