Our main office is on the south bank of the river Thames in London near Vauxhall station. We're in the office block next to the distinctive MI6 building on the corner of Vauxhall Bridge. The postal address is 2nd Floor Camelford House, 87-90 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TW, but the building is marked as 89 Albert Embankment.
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Please go to the main reception on the ground floor where Camelford House staff will register you and direct you to our office on the second floor.
The office is fully wheelchair accessible and disabled toilets are provided.
The office is on the south bank route of the Thames Path National Trail, 30 minutes’ walk along the river from Waterloo station. Leave the Thames Path by the slipway next to MI6 and you're only a few steps from the entrance. We’re also a 25 minute walk from Victoria station; follow Vauxhall Bridge Road, cross the bridge and either take the steps on the left down onto the Thames Path and walk along to the slipway or keep going along Vauxhall Bridgefoot and turn left onto Albert Embankment.
The office is easily accessible by bike, although local cycle routes tend to follow busy roads so we advise you stick to designated cycle paths and toucan crossings. Route 4 and Super Highway 8 of the National Cycle Network pass nearby; leave either route at Lambeth Bridge and continue down Albert Embankment, or follow the London Cycle Network route from Millbank south across Vauxhall Bridge. Bike parking is available and there are also nearby docking stations for “Boris Bikes”.
We are very close to Vauxhall national rail, underground and bus station. There are regular South West Trains services to Waterloo and Clapham Junction, frequent underground services to Brixton, Victoria, Oxford Circus, Euston and King's Cross St Pancras and numerous buses to many parts of London.
We recommend you avoid driving to the Ramblers office. We are just inside the Congestion Charging Zone, which operates in business hours. We also have no dedicated parking (except for people with disabilities) and parking in the surrounding streets is difficult and expensive. Public transport is likely to be much more convenient.
Visit the Transport for London website to plan your journey by public transport, bike or on foot or to find out more about how to pay the Congestion Charge.