Walking Tour App

Looking for something to do in the area? Try our ‘Beating the Bounds’ walking tour app! The guided walk, set to our music, will take you about an hour and a half, starting and finishing at St Martin’s.


COVID-19 Secure

For information on how we’re keeping you and our staff safe on site and any specific opening hours, please visit the link below.


Getting here:

St Martin-in-the-Field is located in the northeast corner of Trafalgar Square.

Public transport

The closest stations are Charing Cross for rail and underground  and Leicester Square for underground.  Bus routes include numbers 3, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 23, 24, 29 53, 87, 88, 91, 139, 159, 176 and 453. For details on timetables, routes and accessibility on public transport visit Transport for London Journey Planner:



If you are driving to St Martin’s please note the church is located within the Congestion Charging zone.  There is no parking on site but passengers can be dropped off at the adjacent Duncannon Street.  For details on parking nearby use the following links:


www.westminster.gov.uk/visitor-parking for information on general parking in the area

www.westminster.gov.uk/disabled-parking for Blue Badge holder information

www.ncp.co.uk  or www.q-park.co.uk for car and coach parking in local commercial car parks



Access map

Access map

We only accept contactless or card payments in our café, shop or at the box office. This is to help minimise the potential spread of Covid through contact with cash. Thank you for your understanding.


Most areas of St Martin’s have step-free access. We also have a range of facilities to aid visitors with disabilities listed here:

Toilets suitable for wheelchair users and visitors with buggies as well as baby-changing facilities are located in the Café in the Crypt and in the Meeting Rooms area during our opening hours.

Sales counters at a lower height that are suitable for wheelchair users are located in the Box Office and Shop.

An induction loop is in place in church and St Martin’s Hall. Hearing aids should be adjusted to the T position.

Service sheets and newsletters are produced in a large font.

Guide dogs are welcome and we supply water.

Group visitors with disabilities can call 020 7766 1100  for assistance.