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How to find us

How to find us

Here you can find our addresses and some handy links to Google Maps

Egham campus

We have a best-of-both-worlds location; a safe, leafy campus in Egham, Surrey - 40 minutes by train from central London and just seven miles from Heathrow Airport, with excellent road and transport links. 


Royal Holloway, University of London
Egham Hill
TW20 0EX

If you intend to travel to our Egham campus by car, please read our parking information.

Our Visitors’ Information Centre is here to help and is located in the central entrance of Founder’s Building, opposite the Emily Wilding Davison Building. For any assistance, please be aware that we are open Monday to Friday, 8.45am-4.45pm.

Central London 

Royal Holloway has a Central London campus in Bedford Square, as well as Stewart House and Senate House.


11 Bedford Square

This Georgian townhouse is used as a venue for teaching and postgraduate activities, within a two minute walk of the British Museum, Stewart House and the University of London's Senate House. The nearest tube stations are Euston Square, Goodge Street, Russell Square, and Tottenham Court Road – all within about five minutes’ walk.

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