St Martin-in-the-Fields is committed to making all of its activities as open and accessible as possible to all.

Step-free access

Access map

Access map

(Please click on an image to see a larger version of it).

Front of St Martin-in-the-Fields

St Martin-in-the-Fields Church can be entered using the steps in the front of the church or via a ramp on the north side of church.  The Crypt can be accessed through a lift in Church and the glass entrance pavilion using the stairs or a lift.



Accessible ramp entrance to north side of church

Accessible ramp entrance to north side of church


The glass pavilion accessible entrance to the crypt.

Church access

Once inside the Church there is a lift down to the Crypt level.

Lift from the north-west entrance to church to crypt level

Lift from crypt level to north-west entrance of church

Crypt access

Map of lifts in the Crypt

The Crypt is accessible via the lift from Church and from the lift just inside the pavilion. The Crypt is the location for the Foyer, Café in the Crypt, Gallery and Shop.

Lift in Pavilion to go down to Crypt.

Lift in Crypt to go up and exit through the Pavilion.

At the far end of the Crypt, but at the same level, are meeting rooms and music rehearsal spaces.  A second lift takes visitors down to a lower floor for the St Martin’s Hall, Dick Sheppard Chapel and the Bishop Ho Ming Wah Association Community Centre.

Lift at the far end of the Crypt to lower floor.

Lift up to Crypt level.


Visitors with mobility and access needs

  • Accessible toilets suitable for wheelchair users are available.
  • There are spaces for four wheelchairs in the Church for religious services and concerts.

Visitors who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing

  • An induction loop is available in Church for services, concerts and education events. The loop is also available in the St Martin’s Hall, meeting rooms and chapel. Hearing aid users should adjust their hearing aid to the T position.
  • Signed concert performances and events are listed on

Visitors who are blind or visually impaired

  • Service sheets and newsletters are produced in large format.
  • Guide dogs are welcome and can be supplied with water if it is required.

Visitors and groups with disabilities

  • Assistance can be provided for arranging a visit for a group that requires additional assistance by emailing  This includes assistance for groups who visit the Café in the Crypt as part of the development of skills for independent living.

Visitors with children

  • Toilets suitable for families with buggies are available and accessible, and baby-changing facilities can be found in the Café in the Crypt and meeting rooms.
  • There are free family trails in the church.
  • An ideal activity for families is Brass Rubbing! Find out more about Brass Rubbing
  • Ticketed family concerts are also available, please visit our What’s On listings for details of upcoming performances.