Visitor Info


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The full length of ‘St John’s Hill’ is marked with gold stars so you can see how there is to offer from bars, restaurants, salons, furniture, health care and more.


Not only is Clapham Junction Station the UK’S busiest rail station but in recent years reports are that it is indeed Europe’s busiest Station in terms of rail traffic with over 2000 trains passing through each day.

Many routes from London’s two busiest terminals, London Waterloo and London Victoria, pass through the station making it one of the busiest in Europe by number of trains using it, more than one hundred an hour outside peak periods.

Clapham Junction has four entrances:

  1. Falcon Road – best for booking minicabs.
  2. Grant Road (rear entrance- restricted opening hours)
  3. The new main entrance
  4. St Johns Hill entrance. Use the main entrance or St John’s Hill entrance, turn right and you are starting your walk along ‘The Hill’.


There are two tube stations in the Battersea & Clapham area. The nearest is Wandsworth Town which is about 10-15mins walk to ‘The Hill’ or if you choose Clapham Common you can get the 37 bus from St Johns Hill straight to Clapham Common tube station.


The following bus routes can be found on St Johns Hill. For more information on bus routes in the Battersea area.

  • 37 to Peckham or Putney Heath
  • 39 to Clapham Junction or Putney Bridge
  • 87 to Aldwych to Wandsworth
  • 156 to Vauxhall or Wimbledon
  • 170 to Roehampton or Victoria
  • 337 to Battersea Rise or Richmond


Plenty of designated bike stations to lock your bike away. One main one being outside the NHS Therapy Centre on the right hand side of ‘The Hill’.


Walk the gold star route from Clapham Junction station.

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