Getting Here By Car
South Hill Park Arts Centre is in the Birch Hill area of Bracknell. This is about a 7 minute drive from the town centre, just off the A322 Bagshot Road near the Hilton Bracknell Hotel.
It is accessible from both the M3 (Junction 3) and the M4 (Junction 10), and is just 20 minutes from Reading town centre, and 25 minutes from Maidenhead or Slough.
We are well sign posted. Look for the brown road signs saying ‘Arts Centre’ or showing a comedy mask.
Free Parking is available at South Hill Park for up to 200 cars. Overflow parking is available in the car park opposite South Hill Park and also at Birch Hill Shopping Centre (at the rear of the mansion grounds) which can be found at:
Birch Hill Road,
Birch Hill Shopping Centre is a short, well-lit walk away from South Hill Park. The path leads across the rear mansion grounds and takes no more than five minutes.
Please arrive in plenty of time to get a parking space as we cannot guarantee spaces, especially at busy times.
Getting Here Using Public Transport
Bracknell is well served with trains from London Waterloo, Reading and towns in the surrounding area, into Bracknell or Martins Heron stations. The central bus station is just outside Bracknell station or there is a taxi rank. Martins Heron station is not currently served by a bus route, and does not have a taxi rank.
Bracknell Station is an approx. 35min walk to South Hill Park, or 10min taxi journey.
Martins Heron is an approx. 40min walk to South Hill Park, or 10min taxi journey.
For more information and timetables visit the National Rail Enquiries site or call 08457 48 49 50 (24 hours).
Bracknell is well served with bus services from Reading, London Victoria and towns in the surrounding area. There is a taxi rank just outside the central train station across the road from the Bus Station.
For further information on local bus services visit the Courtney Buses website or call 0118 973 3486 (Mon 8am-5pm, Tues to Fri 8.30am-5pm).
Destination: Birch Hill (171/172), Sainsbury’s (171/172), Haversham Drive (194).