Address: 38 Curzon Street, London W1J 7TY
Fans of the silver screen are in for a real treat when planning a visit to Curzon Mayfair – home to one of the most luxurious cinema offerings in the whole of the English capital.
Individuals keen to catch the best in independent and world cinema should book tickets for a screening at Curzon Mayfair, which boasts being one of not only the best, but also the oldest, cinema venues in London.
Opened in 1934, the venue has been at the heart of the Curzon family for more than 80 years and today continues to offer luxurious viewings for all that head along.
A favoured venue for Hollywood red carpet premieres and for cinema enthusiasts as well, there is always something to keep guests entertained when planning a visit.
Plenty to see and do at Curzon Mayfair
A number of major events will be taking place at Curzon Mayfair during the weeks and months ahead, with full details of what’s happening at the venue available via the Curzon Mayfair website.
Curzon Q&As is a running event that sees some of the biggest names in world cinema sit down with eager audiences to discuss their works, their artistic process and much more.
Well-known actors and directors regularly grace the stage of Curzon Mayfair to provide an insight into their world, including such big names as Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Viggo Mortensen, Mickey Rourke and many more besides that have sat down with audiences in years gone by.
Tickets to screenings will cost £15 for adults during peak periods (Monday to Friday from 5pm, all day Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays) and £9 off-peak (Monday to Friday until 5pm).
Seniors and students can gain entry for £12.50 during peak times and £8 off-peak, while tickets for children (aged under eight) will cost £8 and £6.50 respectively.
Other attractions in the local area
However, a trip to the cinema is not the only delight that visitors can enjoy in this busy part of the English capital, with many other great attractions that travellers can enjoy.
Here are just some of the top nearby things to do and places to visit for London visitors looking for excitement and fun:
- Buckingham Palace (0.6 miles, 11 minutes’ travel time via public transport)
- Trafalgar Square (one mile, nine minutes)
- Westminster Abbey (1.2 miles, 13 minutes)
- The National Gallery (one mile, 17 minutes)
- Palace of Westminster (1.3 miles, 13 minutes)
- Kensington Gardens (1.4 miles, 18 minutes)
- Victoria and Albert Museum (1.4 miles, 15 minutes)
- Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London (0.7 miles, nine minutes)
- Natural History Museum (1.6 miles, 21 minutes)
- Tate Britain (1.9 miles, 20 minutes)
Where can I park?
Individuals hoping to drive during their time in London can make use of several nearby parking options when planning a visit to Curzon Mayfair:
- Old Park Lane NCP Car Park (0.2 miles, four minutes’ travel time on foot)
- Carrington Street Car Park (0.1 miles, two minutes)
- The Mayfair Car Park (0.3 miles, six minutes)
- Audley Square Car Park (0.2 miles, four minutes)
- Q-Park Park Lane (0.5 miles, ten minutes)
- Arlington House Car Park (0.4 miles, eight minutes)
- Harriet Walk Car Park (0.7 miles, 14 minutes)
Motorists are reminded that traffic volumes can be high in central London, especially during the morning and evening rush hours. It is therefore prudent for drivers to book their parking in advance of any visit and to remember to leave additional time to reach one’s destination.
Underground travel options
For all those hoping to forego the tresses of driving, there is always the popular and iconic London Underground network to meet their travel needs. A number of nearby Tube stations can be found in the vicinity of Curzon Mayfair, including:
- Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly line)
- Knightsbridge (Piccadilly line)
- Marble Arch (Central line)
- Bond Street (Central and Jubilee lines)
- Oxford Circus (Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines)
- Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines)
- St James’s Park (Circle and District lines)
- Victoria Underground (Circle, District and Victoria lines)
Visitors hoping to make use of nearby overground rail services can also do so via London Victoria Station to the south and London Marylebone to the north of the cinema. London Charing Cross is also situated to the east of Curzon Mayfair.
Full details of all public transport options to this busy part of the English capital – including station opening times, service timetables and more – can be found by heading to the official website of Transport for London.