The RHN is easy to find and can be reached by car and public transport. We have on-site free parking for visitors and are close to bus and rail links.
The RHN is in Putney, south west London.
The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
Telephone 020 8780 4500
The hospital is on West Hill on the A3 between Wimbledon Common and the Wandsworth Museum. There is free parking on site for visitors. If you come by car please give your registration number to staff on reception.
At times the car park can get very busy so if you’re unable to find a space, there is free parking available in the adjacent streets (but please check local signs). There is information on Wandsworth Council’s website about street parking.
For visitors who wish to cycle here, we have a number of sheltered bike parking areas.
The 170 stops directly outside the RHN
The 337 and 37 stop on Upper Richmond Road, near East Putney station
The 93, 85 and 14 from Putney High Street stop by Putney Heath
The nearest tube station is East Putney on the District line. It’s a 15 minute walk to the RHN via Keswick Road or there is a minicab office right outside the station.
The nearest train station is Putney. The walk from Putney station to the RHN is 15-30 minutes.
Transport for London’s Journey Planner can help plan routes using public transport.
Visit tfl.gov.uk for details.