Alexandra Palace is the iconic North London venue that offers everything you need for an event, along with the best panoramic views of London. The People’s Palace has great transport links, located just off the M1 and M25 and only 10 minutes from London Kings Cross.
Ally Pally has been the centre of music, sport and events for over 130 years. The venue is bursting with culture and heritage that no other destination in London can offer.
The 7 acre Palace is surrounded by 196 acres of beautiful parkland, and grounds that boast a pub & restaurant, boating lake, pitch & putt course, 1,500 free parking spaces and much, much more.
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Selected reviews for this venue:
Will.i.am (24/07/13) - I got a feeling that tonights guna be a good night
Took the missus to see will.i.am with David Guetta at the Alexandra Palace. Not really my cup of tea but the girlfriend thought it was great. tHE final bit with I got a feeling playing was pretty immense. Was knackered at the end though!
Vans Warped Tour (20/11/12) - Thank you for bringing this great tour to the UK!
Having been to the Vans Warped Tour in Toronto, I was really looking forward to seeing it on home turf. This first UK date was headlined by the mighty Lostprophets who are one of my favourite bands. They played a blinder of a set, closing a great day featuring the likes of bring me the horizon and 3HO!3. Looking forward to a European tour next year.
Vans Warped Tour (12/11/12) - Amazing bar the crowds
I absolutely loved the Vans Warped Tour, however I am absolutly gutted I was forced to miss Bowling For Soup, as the timings clashed with the Lostprophets- this I understand would be hard to organise. However, I was also forced to miss Charlie Simpson, because the queue was too long and the space was full. I also missed meeting Less than Jake as the queue was too long and was also told I wouldnt be able to meet the Lostprophets. It was only because I chose to ignore the bouncers and stay in the queue that I was able to get my signed poster - which did then get nicked out of my bag :( These events put a dampner on my experience and I think that if the bands I was able to see weren't so tight and performed so well then I wouldnt have enjoyed my experience.
Address: Alexandra Palace
Alexandra Palace Way,
Wood Green is the nearest underground station on the Piccadilly Line. (journey time is 20 minutes from Piccadilly Circus). Exit Wood Green Station and go to bus stop A to pick up the W3 bus up the hill to Alexandra Palace.
Alexandra Palace has its own British Rail Station, fittingly called Alexandra Palace Station. It is located at the Wood Green entrance to the Park. A regular train service runs direct from Moorgate (weekdays only) or from Kings Cross, changing at Finsbury Park.
Take the W3 bus from outside the station to the main Palm Court entrance. Some shows offer a free shuttle bus service from both Wood Green and Alexandra Palace stations check on the page of your event to find out more.
From Heathrow Airport, take the Piccadilly Line directly to Wood Green Station. From Gatwick Airport an express takes you direct to Victoria Station, then take the Piccadilly Line direct to Wood Green Station.
Please note that the last tube from Wood Green Station leaves around midnight and the last train from Alexandra Palace Station leaves around Midnight. It is worth checking the last train times for your event date at www.tfl.gov.uk We recommend Metro Express Taxis you can pre-book your cab by calling 08001123618 or visit www.metroexpressminicab.com.
Underground / Bus / Rail - Caledonian Road on the Piccadilly Line is the nearest accessible tube station, the station has lift access to street level. The 259 bus route is accessible and runs from Kings Cross via Caledonian Road to Finsbury Park Station where the W3 bus runs to Alexandra Palace. Please alight at the ‘Palm Court’ main entrance to the building, where you can gain access to the building via the slip road.
Kings Cross Station is the nearest accessible rail station with lift access to street level. The 259 bus can be taken to Finsbury Park where the W3 bus will take visitors to the main entrance. All of the rooms at Alexandra Palace are accessible apart from Palm Court Suites.