Bruce Castle Museum and Archive is located in Tottenham, north-east London.
Situated in Bruce Castle Park, the building overlooks Lordship Lane, at the junction of Bruce Grove. Just inside Zone 3, Bruce Castle is in easy reach from central London and from outer London areas. Well served by public transport, you can get here conveniently by bus, tube and train, as well as on foot and by bicycle.
Admission is free.
Bruce Castle Museum,
London N17 8NU
Telephone: 020 8489 4250
Planning your route
Underground to Seven Sisters Station and then a short bus ride on the 123 or 243 bus to Bruce Castle.
Underground to Wood Green Station then 123 or 243 bus to Bruce Castle.
Buses 243, 123 and 318 stop by the Museum in either Lordship Lane, Bruce Grove or The Roundway. The bus announcement or bus indicator says to alight for ‘Bruce Castle Park and Museum’.
Bus W3 is also convenient for the Museum. Arriving in White Hart Lane at the ‘Tottenham cemetery’ bus stop, Bruce Castle is a 10 minute walk along the Church Path through the cemetery and the grounds of nearby All Hallows Church.
Overland rail to Bruce Grove, then 7 minute walk up Bruce Grove.
Overland rail to Tottenham Hale, then 123 bus to Bruce Castle.
Overland rail to South Tottenham, then 243 bus to Bruce Castle.
If arriving on foot, there is a zebra crossing across Lordship Lane into Bruce Castle Park. You can also find some interesting walking routes to Bruce Castle. You can check out the walks on Haringey Friends of Parks website or see the Smarter Travel Walking Guide (PDF, 3.5MB).
If arriving by bicycle, Bruce Castle is positioned on the City to Tottenham Cycleway. The route can be found on the Cycleway website (PDF).
You can lock your bicycle at the front of the building when visiting the Museum and Archive.
If you are driving, there is a free car park for visitors behind the Museum via Church Lane (not suitable for coaches/buses). Access to Church Lane is from All Hallows Road, just off the A10/ The Roundway (east arm).
One accessible parking bay is located in our car park, with ramped access into the building.
For more information
If you require more details information about any of the above, please contact us on 020 8489 4250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.
You can use the Google Map below to help plan your visit: