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Tours > Millennium Dome > How to get There

How to get There

Calling the UK from the USA or Canada?
1. Dial 011 to get an international line
2. Dial 44 (the country code for the UK)
3. Dial the UK telephone number (only dial the [0] if you are calling from within the UK.
    ie: to call the Fan Museum from Omaha, Kansas, dial 011 + 44 + 208 858 7879).

Please Note that the area within 2 miles of the Dome is a No Car Zone.

By Bike/Foot: A 1.5m riverside cycle/walkway links Greenwich town centre to the Dome, where there's a bike park.

By Boat: City Cruises run boats from Waterloo and Blackfriars piers direct to the Dome every half an hour. Purchase tickets at the pier, ring +44 (0)2077 400 400 or visit their website at http://www.citycruises.com . White Horse Fast Ferries run a river shuttle service from Greenwich Pier to the Dome approximately every quarter of an hour: +44 (0)870 240 3240 or http://www.whitehorse.co.uk/dome.

By Tube: Take the Jubilee Line to North Greenwich Underground Station (less than 15 minutes from mainline Waterloo Station). All tube lines connect with the Jubilee Line, including the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) which also links to bus routes and the river shuttle services at Greenwich Pier.

By London Transport Millennium Card: Available to Dome ticket holders only. This allows unlimited travel on the tube, buses and Docklands Light Railway (and some London rail services) at any time on the day of their visit to the Dome. Call the Dome Ticket Line on +44 (0)870 606 2000 not less than 7 days before your visit (small additional handling charge) or purchase your Millennium Card from any tube station no more than 4 days before your visit (upon viewing of valid Dome admission ticket).

By Train: London is the centre of Britain’s mainline rail services which link it to most major towns and cities throughout the country. There are frequent local trains available in the South-East. The tube links the Dome with mainline stations. The M1 Millennium Transit bus meets trains from Victoria, North Kent and other mainline stations at Charlton Station.

By Coach: National Express operate daily scheduled coach services from towns and cities around Britain to Victoria Coach Station. Visit your National Express Ticket Agent, ring +44 (0)8705 80 80 80 or visit http:// www.nationalexpress.co.uk . Local coach companies may also run services to Victoria or direct to the Dome. Tubes to the Dome can be caught at the neighbouring Victoria Underground Station.

By Bus: There are several bus routes to the Dome:
Charlton Station M1 Millennium Transit Bus
Greenwich Station M2 Millennium Transit Bus
Stratford - Dome - Lewisham 108
Chislehurst - Eltham - Dome 161
Russell Square - Elephant & Castle - Surrey Quays - Dome 188
Bexleyheath - Plumstead - Dome 422
Thamesmead - Woolwich - Dome 472

By Road: There is a No Car Zone for 2 miles around the Dome. The only car parking available is for motorbikes, pre-booked coaches and minibuses or UK Orange Badge holders who should ring 0870 606 2000 to book a space. Taxis and minicabs only may drop visitors off and pick them up at the Dome. There are several Dome "Park & Ride" Car Parks around London. To book a space and for subsequent directions, ring +44 (0)870 241 0541.

By Air: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and City airports all have good public transport links to the Dome.

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