Where in the Park
If you enter from the main entrance (where the William Morris Gallery is) just continue walking into the park.
You will pass a moat to your left and tennis courts on your right.
Then you come to a complex that includes a cafe, community room, a gallery and our studios. We are the opposite end of the complex to the cafe and have a security fence surrounding us.
We are beside the skatepark and bowling green. When you arrive please call us as there isn’t a bell at the studios!
There is limited parking in the area although there is a small car park at the entrance on Bedford Road. If you let me know in advance I can arrange for a visitor’s permit to park on a surrounding road.
Walthamstow is the last stop on the Victoria Line.
Walthamstow Central Station is a 12 minute walk (0.6 of a mile) form the centre of the park.
You can get a bus (to the end of Hoe Street) but frankly I always walk.
From Oxford Circus the journey time is 20 minutes.
Walthamstow Central Station is also on the rail network. The train departs from Liverpool Street and takes 15 minutes.
It runs every 15 minutes and terminates at Chingford. It usually departs from platform 1 to 3.
It’s a great train and even at rush hour is rarely overcrowded.
The Overground, which runs from Gospel Oak to Barking, also stops at Walthamstow Queens Road and Blackhorse Road.
The Queens Road station connects with Walthamstow Central Station.
If you are coming from Blackhorse Road (tube or overground) you can take the 123 bus which will drop you right outside the park. The stop is called ‘William Morris Gallery’.
The walk from Blackhorse Road Tube is 18 minutes (0.9 mile).
Buses from Walthamstow Central include the 212, 275, and 675 – alight at The Bell.