Connaught Hall

Connaught Hall was established by HRH Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught, the 3rd son of Queen Victoria, in 1919, at Torrington Square. He gave the Hall to University of London as a gift in 1928–the university naming the hall after him as a sign of appreciation. The Hall moved to its current pleasant location a splendid Georgian terrace with a grade II listed façade overlooking the greenery of Tavistock Square Gardens in 1961. The Hall is centrally located with most of the major attractions such as the British Museum and Oxford Street, within walking distance or a short bus or tube ride away. For your convenience, we have included some useful advice about getting around the city.

The Hall is centrally located with the major attractions such as the British Museum and Oxford Street, within walking distance or a short bus or tube ride away. For your convenience, we have included some useful advice about getting around the city.

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Connaught Hall, 36- 45 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9EX

By Tube

The nearest Underground stations are Goodge Street, Euston and Russell Square.

By Rail

Euston, King’s Cross and St Pancras mainline stations are within walking distance.

Car Parking Facilities

There is little on-street parking in the area apart from a few metered parking spaces at the top of the square. The nearest car park is beneath the Royal National Hotel in Bedford Way. Note that the Hall is within the central London Congestion Charging zone. For details see www.camden.gov.uk or www.cclondon.com.

Facilities and Amenities

  • 24/7 Reception
  • Common room
  • Laundrette
  • Wi-fi
  • Internet
  • Pantry
  • Tv room
  • Music room