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The Crystal
1 Siemens Brothers Way,
London, E16 1GB
The Crystal is on the waterfront at the western end of the
Royal Victoria Docks in East London and is well served by
public transport.

By Underground and Docklands Light Railway(DLR)
The nearest station to the Centre is Royal Victoria Station
(Zone 3) on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), only a three
minute walk away from the Crystal.

From Central London, take the eastbound Jubilee Line and
change onto the DLR at Canning Town taking the Beckton line.
Royal Victoria Station is the first stop. Alternatively, several
London Underground lines also connect to the DLR at Bank
and Tower Gateway.

DLR routemap showing Underground and mainline
connections.

From DLR By Foot (three minute walk)
To reach the Centre from the DLR, turn right out of Royal
Victoria Station onto Seagull Lane. As you pass the Pumping
Station you will come to a small roundabout and will see the
Crystal straight ahead of you.

It is a 10 minute walk from Custom House DLR/rail
station and the western entrance of the ExCeL conference
complex.

By Bus
See TfL bus links running closest to Royal Victoria Station

By Car
The Centre is just off Silvertown Way (A1011) at its junction
with Lower Lea Crossing (A1020). It is outside the London
Congestion Zone but inside London’s Low Emission Zone.
Access to the Centre is from the roundabout on Tidal Basin
Road.

Parking
The Royal Victoria Car Park (L2) offers 750 parking spaces a
five minute walk away and is located behind the Crowne Plaza
Hotel on Western Gateway.

By Air
The Centre is within five minutes by taxi of London City Airport
which serves over 30 destinations across the UK, Europe and
the USA, with connections to the rest of the world through
major European hubs.

By Cable Car
You can get to the Crystal direct via the Emirates Air Line Cable
Car from the Greenwich peninsular.

Docklands Light Railway Stations
Canning Town
Royal Victoria
Custom House

Underground Stations
(Jubilee Line)
Canning Town
North Greenwich

 

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