About the Michael Palin Centre

Getting to the MPC

We are at:

13-15 Pine St
London
EC1R 0JG
United Kingdom

 

From a mainline station

Kings Cross/St Pancras: walking distance to the MPC 15-20 minutes or take bus number 63 (direction Honor Oak) and alight at Mount Pleasant.

Farringdon: Walking distance to the MPC 10 minutes

Euston: Take Northern Line (Bank Branch travelling South) to Angel and then the 19 or 38 bus. Alight at Mount Pleasant.

By tube

The nearest tube stations are:

  • Kings Cross: Walking distance to the MPC 15-20 minutes or take bus number 63 and alight at Mount Pleasant
  • Farringdon: Walking distance to the MPC 10 minutes
  • Angel: Walking distance to the MPC 10 minutes or take bus number 19 or 38 and alight at Mount Pleasant

By bus

  • 63 (Kings Cross – Honor Oak)
  • 19 (Finsbury Park – Battersea)
  • 38 (Clapton Pond – Victoria)
  • 341 (Glover Drive – County Hall)

For more information about travelling to the MPC on public transport contact National Rail Enquiries on 0845 48 49 50 or Transport for London on 020 7222 1234.

By car

The MPC is within the London Congestion Charge zone. This operates from 7am – 10pm seven days a week (excluding bank and public holidays). There are exemptions and discounts for certain vehicles or vehicle users, for example disabled badge holders who have registered with Transport for London.

There are no car parking facilities at the Centre.

What’s nearby?

If you have arrived early or have time after your session Exmouth Market is a few minutes walk away with its daily food market, restaurants and shops. Spa Fields Park is immediately behind the Centre.

About the Michael Palin Centre
THE MICHAEL PALIN CENTER HELPLINE

Sometimes you just need someone to talk to

HELPLINE

Sometimes you just need someone to talk to

Our Helpline, 020 3316 8100, is open during office hours (9am-5pm) and voicemail messages can be left when the office is closed.

“The MPC ACT course has had an immediate impact on my practice as an SLT working with young people with a stammer. All the practical activities meant that I was able to implement elements of this approach literally the next day with empowering results for my teenage clients. Its emphasis on acceptance makes it an important resource for all therapists and essential for those working with people who stammer.”

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