Senate House is located in Bloomsbury next to the British Museum and Russell Square. The building is a massive, white art deco skyscraper - nevertheless, it can be easily missed when walking nearby!


Filming is taking place in one of the Senate House car parks on the 2nd March, so the Malet Street entrance is closed. You can enter the building on the Russell Square side.

The entrance to Senate House is under the central tower. Go in to the South Block entrance, through the revolving door and take the lift or stairs to the 4th floor.

Before 9:30 AM, the lift will only travel to the third floor - please take the stairs to the fourth floor from there if you arrive early.

Senate House from Montague St.jpg


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The University of London provides a map of the Bloomsbury campus (PDF) showing Senate House.


See directions to Senate House provided by the University of London.

TFL journey planner

Journey Planner

By tube

Don't forget to check for planned closures for engineering works on the 2nd March.
Nearby underground stations are:
  • Russell Square (Piccadilly)
  • Goodge Street (Northern)
  • Tottenham Court Road (Central, Northern)
  • Euston Square (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City)
  • Euston (Victoria, Northern)

By train

Euston, King’s Cross and St. Pancras stations are within walking distance of Senate House.

By bicycle

There are several set of stands around Senate House where you can lock your bike. The stands within the Senate House car park on the Russell Square side are recommended.

By car
Please note there is no public car parking available at Senate House.