Fairfield Halls is very well-connected with excellent public transport links. There are several train stations, tram stops, train routes and bus routes making it easily accessible from across London and beyond.
East Croydon station – for trains, trams, buses
It’s a 10 minute walk from the platform to Fairfield Halls at buggy pace. East Croydon station is buggy friendly with a long ramp from the platforms to the concourse.
West Croydon station – for trains, Overground, trams, buses
It’s a 15-20 minute walk from the platform to Fairfield Halls from at buggy pace. Step free access is available to all platforms via separate entrances that are remotely operated – it’s always best to check before you travel.
The tram is an easy and convenient way to get to, from and around Croydon, with step free access at all stops. The nearest tram stops to the Fairfield Halls are George Street (5 minute walk), East Croydon (6 minute walk) or Wellesley Road (9 minute walk).
If you’re travelling from Wimbledon, you can ride the tram all the way to East Croydon in just 43 minutes!
Overground trains run into West Croydon from Highbury & Islington.
There are fast and regular trains into both East Croydon or West Croydon from London Bridge, London Victoria, Clapham Junction, Purley, Caterham, Tattenham Corner, Watford Junction, Milton Keynes and Brighton.
There are also fast connections to East Croydon from London Bridge, London Blackfriars and further north towards Luton and Bedford.