The easiest way to get directions is to explore the events page, then select whichever event you’re interested in. You’ll be presented with a directions button which will give you directions to the specific events.
While exploring the events page you can use the filter dropdowns to narrow down events to a certain area. Below is a main map of the area, where we’ll be adding event locations over the coming weeks.
Crystal Palace is served by many buses and the bus station is close to the Crystal Palace high street area and Crystal Palace Park.
You can travel to Gipsy Hill or Crystal Palace on Southern Railway or London Overground. Both stations are about 5-10 minutes walk to the Crystal Palace high street area. Crystal Palace railway station is situated 5 minutes walk from the festival park site.
We hope you can travel by public transport to the festival but if you have to travel by car, try planning your journey using the Travel app directions above or use the AA’s route planner.
Accessibility In Crystal Palace Park
The festival organisers make every effort to ensure the Crystal Palace Park site is as accessible as possible for all disabled visitors. However, we must point out that the park part of the festival is an outdoor event held on grass parkland and as such there are natural hills and dips which make the ground uneven in areas. This may present challenges for those with serious mobility issues and wheelchairs. All tents and stages are accessible to wheelchair users without too much difficulty however, in the event of rain the ground may become muddy making access more problematic.