Theosophical Society in England,
50 Gloucester Place,
London W1U 8EA
About 5 minutes walk north up Portman Street/Gloucester Place from Oxford Street, or 5 minutes walk south down Gloucester Place from the Marylebone Road. 50 Gloucester Place is situated on the right side of the road northbound, between Blandford and Dorset Streets.
London Underground: the nearest tube stations are Baker Street and Marble Arch, both within 10 minutes walk.
Northbound buses stopping in Gloucester Place just north of 50 Gloucester Place:
2, 13, 30, 74, 113, 139, 189, 274
Southbound buses down Baker Street:
At the stop H (100 yards north of the junction with Blandford Street) – 2, 13, 74
At the stop J (100 yards south of the junction with Blandford Street) – 113, 139, 757
Evening car parking: there is ample car parking space nearby in side roads such as Blandford Street, metered until 6.30pm Monday to Saturday, but one cannot park on the single yellow lines in Gloucester Place until after 7pm. Please remember that Gloucester Place is just inside the Congestion Charge zone, although this terminates at 6pm Monday to Friday.
Parking on Sundays: it is permissible to park on the single yellow lines in Gloucester Place all day Sunday.
PLEASE NOTE that until early 2019, there is likely to be considerable disruption caused by roadworks in the area of Baker Street and Gloucester Place as a new 2-way road scheme is implemented. See here for more details from Transport for London.
Accessibility: information for people with a disability
Wheelchair access: a temporary ramp for access up the steps from Gloucester Place is readily available at Reception. All Dhyana Centre activities ordinarily take place on the Ground Floor of the building so there are no other steps to climb. Twin toilets are situated on the Ground Floor with a 25.5 ins access door; there is a more spacious toilet on the First Floor, also with a 25.5 ins door but with a bit more room for manoeuvre inside. There is a central lift inside the building which measures 48ins deep by 31ins wide, and which offers easy access to the larger toilet.
Impaired hearing: the main room used by the Dhyana Centre is fitted with an induction loop which can be activated upon request.
Any other requirements?….. please email the Centre if you have any other difficulties that may restrict your access to the Theosophical Society building.