The station is on the south side of Kensington High Street (east/west), between Derry Street to the east and Wrights Lane, to the west.
There’s a single exit from Kensington High Street with level access through the shopping mall into the concourse.
This is a two-stage crossing with tactile paving throughout.
The push button with rotating cone is to your right as you cross each stage in either direction. On the central island, you turn left then right to locate the crossing of the other half of the road.
This is a single-stage crossing with tactile paving at each end. the posts with push button and rotating cone are north of the crossing. That is to your right as you cross west (away from the station), on your left as you cross east (towards the station).
This is a single-stage crossing, though there’s a tactile island in the middle and tactile paving at each end. The post with push button and rotating cone is to your right as you cross in either direction.
Buses towards Chelsea, Fulham or Shepherd’s Bush. 28, 49, 328, N28 and 31.
Buses towards Hammersmith, 9, 10, 27 (24 hour) N9 and N10.
Buses towards High Street Kensington, South Kensington or Notting Hill, 28, 49, 328, 27 (24 HOUR), N28 and N31.
Buses towards Knightsbridge, 9, 10, N9 and N10.
tactile paving indicates crossing towards Hornton Street|
Trotters, children’s clothes
Bus Stop E
H & M
Bus Stop F
Maximo Dutti, clothes|
Bus Stop A
Bus Stop B
Campden Hill Road
HIGH STREET KENSINGTON STATION
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