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51-53 Hatton Garden

+44 (0) 20 7242 4123
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etc.venues is located in London's Diamond District in Hatton Garden. Ideally placed for both leisure and business visitors, the bustling
market and open spaces of Covent Garden effortlessly mix entertainment with retail therapy.


By Underground

From Farringdon Station - (Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith and City Lines).

Turn right out of the station and walk to the traffic lights. Cross Farringdon Road and continue walking up Greville Street. Take the 3rd road on the right in to Hatton Garden andwalk to the far end of Hatton Garden and the venue is on the right hand side.

Chancery Lane Station - (Central line).

Take Gray’s Inn Road exit 2. Walk down High Holborn Circus. Turn left in to Hatton Garden. Continue walking to the top end of Hatton Garden
and the venue is on your right.

By Rail

Farringdon Thameslink - Follow instructions as Farringdon Station

Kings Cross - Take Metropolitan, Circle or Hammersmith and City underground lines to Farringdon station and follow instructions as above.

By Bus

The Hatton is served by a number of bus routes at both ends of Hatton Garden including 55, 243, 8, 17, 25, 45, 46, 242 & 341.


There are three NCP car parks within close proximity of The Hatton, one directly opposite the building. The other two are located on Cross Street (Saffron Hill NCP) and on Bowling Green Lane (Off Farringdon Road).

The Hatton is located very close to public transport links ensuring an easy journey and allowing you to avoid the congestion charge.

However if you do need to drive please remember the venue sits within the congestion charge zone - for further information visit

Venue Details

51-53 Hatton Garden
Gtr London

Phone: 020 7242 4123

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