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The Millenium Dome

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The following information gives a detailed breakdown of how to get to the Millennium Dome, Greenwich.

Public Transport

The Dome is a no car zone and there are parking restrictions for 2 miles around.

For more detailed travel information about getting to the Dome from London, see London Transport's 'How to get to the Dome' leaflet, available from tube stations or go to their website at www.londontransport.co.uk

By tube

Take the Jubilee Line to North Greenwich for the Dome. It's less than 15 minutes from Waterloo. All tube lines connect with the Jubilee Line. The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) also links to the Jubilee Line, to the shuttle service of boats from Greenwich Pier and to bus routes.

By train

Mainline rail services link London with most major towns and cities throughout Britain. In the South East there is a network of frequent local trains. The tube links the Dome with mainline stations. At Charlton Station, the M1 'Millennium Transit' bus meets trains from Victoria, other mainline stations and North Kent. For further information visit www.rail.co.uk.

By air

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

By boat

City Cruises run boats from Waterloo and Blackfriars piers direct to the Dome every 30 minutes. Visit www.citycruises.com for information and bookings. White Horse Fast Ferries run a shuttle service of boats from Greenwich Pier to the Dome about every 15 minutes. Visit www.whitehorse.co.uk/dome.

By coach

National Express run daily scheduled services from towns and cities around Britain to Victoria Coach Station. For information and travel tickets, visit www.nationalexpress.co.uk.

From the coach station walk to nearby Victoria Station to catch a tube or train. Your local coach company may also run services to Victoria or direct to the Dome.

By bike / foot

A 1.5 mile riverside cycle / walkway links Greenwich town centre to the Dome, where there's a secure bike park.

By bus

These routes run to the Dome:

M1 'Millennium Transit' from Charlton Station
M2 'Millennium Transit' from Greenwich Station
108 Stratford - Dome - Lewisham
161 Chislehurst - Eltham - Dome
188 Russell Square - Elephant & Castle - Surrey Quays - Dome
422 Bexleyheath - Plumstead - Dome
472 Thamesmead - Woolwich - Dome

By road

There are Dome 'park and ride' car parks around London. Ring 0870 241 0541 to book and pay for a space, for directions, and for details of onward travel to the Dome.

Only taxis and minicabs can drop off and pick up at the Dome. Parking is available for motorbikes, pre-booked coaches and minibuses. The only car parking is for Orange Badge holders who should ring 0870 606 2000 to book a space.

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

Thanks to the Dome's official website for the travel information used above:
www.dome2000.co.uk/




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