Located in north London, White Hart Lane is accessible through a variety of different transport options.
The stadium is a 4 minute walk from ‘White Hart Lane Station’ itself which is served by the Victoria line. ‘Northumberland Park Station’ is also only an 8 minute walk away. These stations are found in Zone 2, which means a single ticket from the city center will cost £4.90, though a better option would be to get an all day ticket for £12.10
Overland trains also run from Liverpool Street Station to both of the above stations with the journey taking around 20 minutes.
The easiest way to get to White Hart Lane is by train or tube because White Hart Mainline Station is less than a five minute walk away and has regular services connecting to most London tube services via Seven Sisters. If you are travelling regionally, it is easier to travel to London Victoria and get the Victoria line tube to Northumberland Park station which is still less than a 10 minute walk from the stadium. If you are looking to get a bus you can get these from outside Seven Sisters running straight to the stadium itself.
Alternatively, taxis are available to hail outside most major stations although these are more expensive than pre-booking, so you should always aim to share or shuttle. If you are flying in, you can also easily get to the stadium by flying to Stansted Airport and getting a direct train to Tottenham Hale which should take less than 30 minutes. The cost of tickets varies greatly depending on your starting destination but a travel ticket for the day for in and around London should cost around £15- £19 to cover these stations and the stadium (although note, they don’t work on buses, only tube and train).
There is a controlled parking zone for a mile around the venue, which means that only local residents with the appropriate parking permits can leave their cars there. If you chance it and get caught, you’re in for a hefty fine at least. Take the underground or train.
Travel in to White Hart Lane Station if possible, as it’s only a few minutes’ walk from the venue! You can get there from Liverpool St Station in central London. Otherwise, the metro will take you to Seven Sisters on the Victoria Line.
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