How to find us
Address: 14 Creekside, Deptford, London SE8 4SA
Getting to Us
You can use TFL's journey planner (to Creekside Discovery Centre) to find the best route and times for your trip to see us.
By Train: You can reach Creekside Centre by Train, with stations Deptford (9 minutes) and Greenwich (10 minutes) being within a short walking distance. This links with Central London (London Bridge, Farringdon, St Pancras), South East London (Sidcup and Bexley), North London (West Hampstead, Luton) and Kent (Rainham)
By DLR: You can reach Creekside Centre by DLR, with stations Deptford Bridge (6 minutes), Greenwich (9 minutes) and Cutty Sark (13 minutes) being within a short walking distance. This links Central London (Bank) and Lewisham, travelling via Canary Wharf. Enables changes from Central, Northern, Jubilee and Elizabeth Line as well as the Overground.
47 between Shoreditch and Bellingham, Catford Bus Garage. Via Liverpool Street, London Bridge and Canada Water. The bus stop is Wavelengths (5 minute walk) or Creek Road (6 minute walk)
53 between Woolwich and Elmers End. Via Beckingham Junction, Blackheath Station and Woolwich Arsenal Station. The bus stop is Deptford Bridge DLR Station (6 minute walk).
177 between Peckham and Thamesmead Town Centre. Via Woolwich Station, New Cross Gate/Station and Queen's Road Peckham. The bus stop is Greenwich Station (10 minute walk) or Greenwich High Road/Royal Hill (13 minute walk).
188 between North Greenwich and Russell Square. Via North Greenwich Station, Canada Water, Elephant & Castle, Waterloo, Holborn and Russell Square. The bus stop is either MacMillan Student Village (6 minute walk) or Creekside (7 minute walk).
199 is between Canada Water and Bellingham, Catford Bus Garage. Via Canada Water, Cutty Sark, Greenwich and Lewisham. The bus stop is either MacMillan Student Village (6 minute walk) or Creekside (7 minute walk).
By Car: We recommended that all our visitors use public transport as we have no parking on site (unless by prior agreement for specific bookings only). There is parking nearby on Frankham Street, which is a 5 minute walk from the centre.
There is no smoking on our site.
Our site is wheelchair accessible but you will need some assistance on our rough surfaces outside. We are fundraising to improve these. We regret that the Creek itself is a wild river and is not wheelchair accessible, but we will try and give you the best experience we can on dry land.
Our building is fully accessible.
Dogs are not allowed unless they are for disability assistance.
Our Entrance on Creekside. If you're coming from the right (eg. from Deptford Bridge), you'll pass Little Faith Brewery and the Gaff Cafe. From the left (47/177/188 buses), we're just after the railway bridge. From Greenwich, exit the footpath and turn left.