Arriving by Train
The nearest station is Twickenham, which is approximately a 10-minute walk from the stadium, although it can take longer immediately before a match when there is heavy pedestrian traffic. Twickenham Station is not fully accessible so if you have not visited it before you are advised to contact either National Rail or South West Trains for further information.
Twickenham Station is managed by South West Trains. Trains run regularly on match days to Richmond and London Waterloo from Platform 3 and towards Reading from Platform 5.
Platform 3 is accessible via the car park on match days, although queues can mean it is extremely busy.
Platform 5 is only accessible via a staff operated lift, so you will need to contact a member of staff for assistance to be able to access the platform.
South West Trains have introduced an Assisted Travel booking system, which you may find useful when planning your journey. Further information can be found here or by calling 0800 52 82 100.
Arriving by bus
London bus routes 281, 267 and H22 all run very close to the stadium. All of these bus routes use low-floor vehicles, meaning they can be lowered to the pavement to allow wheelchair access.
On match days bus routes may be affected by road closures so you are advised to travel early.
Find out more regarding accessibility on London buses here.