By train and tube

Below you will find our complete access guide on how to travel to White Hart Lane by train and tube:

Nearest stations

The nearest stations are White Hart Lane (530m – 3 minutes walk) Northumberland Park (1100 metres and 12 minutes walk) and Seven Sisters (Victoria line on London Underground 2.5km – 20-25 minute walk or 10 minutes via 149, 279 or 349 Bus) Tottenham Hale (Victoria line on London Underground 3km or 30 minute walk or approx 10 minute taxi ride – approx fare £7.)

 

Northumberland Park

Northumberland Park is the most accessible station to the stadium – Trains come from London Liverpool Street/Stratford and Bishops Stortford/Stansted.

    • Staff available for assistance
    • Ramp free access
    • Step free access
    • Height adjusted ticket counters not available
    • Wheelchairs not available
    • Accessible taxis – info on posters
    • Impaired mobility set down/pick up points – No
    • Induction loop
    • Accessible ticket machines

 

Seven Sisters

Seven Sisters – Underground station on the Victoria line.

      • No ramp free access
      • No step free access
      • Height adjusted counter not available
      • Induction loop is available at the Underground booking office

 

White Hart Lane

White Hart Lane - London Overground service trains depart from London Liverpool Street and Chestnut/Enfield Town.

      • Staff available for assistance
      • Step free access - no
      • Accessible taxis – info on posters
      • Adjusted ticket counter available

 

Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale – Underground station on the Victoria line and over ground trains depart from Liverpool street and Stansted Airport.

    • Staff available for assistance
    • Step free station from street level to platform
    • Level access for the trains – go to centre of Victoria line platform for level access
    • Unisex accessible toilet (RADAR) on platform 2

 

Additional information

For more information on tube and train travel visit tfl.gov.uk or nationalrail.co.uk/stations or directenquiries.com.

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