How to get to the Staple Inn Hall

Staple Inn Hall is on the South Side, in High Holborn, close to Chancery Lane underground station. It has been used as a meeting place by actuaries since 1887.



Staple Inn Hall
High Holborn

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Public transport

Bus: On the 133, 59, and 8, alight at Chancery Lane. On the 17, alight at New Fetter Lane and walk 400 yards to Staple Inn Courtyard (next to Sanford Bros Jewellers).

Staple Inn is best approached from the south side exit 3 of Chancery Lane tube station on the Central Line. Chancery Lane tube station is closed on Sundays.

The nearest main line stations are Kings Cross and St Pancras. Staple Inn is within easy walking distance (10 minutes) of Farringdon, City Thameslink, and Elizabeth Line (from Reading, Heathrow, Liverpool Street, Stratford, and Abbey Wood).


It is not recommended that you travel to Staple Inn by car as parking facilities are very limited. There is a car park nearby at Holborn Gate, and the nearest NCP is at Saffron Hill, St Cross Street, London, EC1N 8XA.

Bicycles and motorcycles

Motorbikes and cycles can be parked on High Holborn where there is dedicated parking. For details of the locations of free cycle parking, please visit the Corporation of London website.

Staple Inn Hall Venue Hire

Staple Inn Hall, with its picturesque surroundings, stunning Jacobean stained-glass windows, and Elizabethan hammer-beam roof dating back to the 11th century, offers a memorable setting right in the heart of London.

Guests never fail to enjoy drinks on arrival in the beautiful rose garden with an ornamental fountain, or in the Council Chamber with its handsome mantelpiece.

After drinks, the breathtaking splendor of the Great Hall eloquently set for the wedding feast, all together makes a memorable setting for a truly special day. Seating 120 guests for silver service dining, and 200 for a stand-up buffet, with the option to bring your own caterer or to utilise one of Staple Inn’s recommended.

To find out more or book your event please contact us by emailing or by telephoning +44 (0) 207 632 2157.