Getting to and around

Buses at Finsbury Park station

Whatever your preferred style of transport, be it foot, bike, bus or car, Finsbury Park is easily accessible. There’s even a direct link from Heathrow airport, via the Piccadilly line.

Improvement works at Finsbury Park station

Transport for London (TfL) are currently undertaking works in the station to provide step-free access in 2018, reduce congestion and improve security and safety. A new station entrance will open in 2019. Find out more about the works.


Finsbury Park is a stop on the Piccadilly and Victoria lines and is the fourth-busiest Underground station outside of zone one, with some 27 million people flowing through the station every year.


Finsbury Park is a major stop on the network rail line, for those heading to the capital. It is easily accessible via the Welwyn Garden and Hertford East Lines from Cambridge and Peterborough. By 2018, you’ll be able to catch a train, via the Thames Link, direct to London Bridge and the South coast.


Finsbury Park is served by the following bus routes: W3, W7, 4, 19, 29 106, 153, 210, 236, 253, 254, 259, N19, N29, N253, N279


There are 125 storage spaces including a secure compound, located by station place, for your two-wheeled friend.


There’s a whole host of amenities on offer a stroll away from the main station. The restaurants of Stroud Green, coffee shops and bistros of Blackstock Road, fashion district of Fonthill Road, as well as the Park Theatre and galleries, pubs and music venues and the park itself, where you can immerse yourself in nature. There’s also a handy green route, where you can walk from Highbury Fields to Highgate and Alexander Palace. If you fancy properly stretching your legs, just head via Gillespie Park and Finsbury Park onto Parkland Walk.