Getting here

Forty Hall Estate, located on the edge of London in the leafy London Borough of Enfield and is easily accessible by public transport, bike and car.
Entry to the house and garden is free, but if you would like to support our work in preserving Forty Hall Estate, donations are always welcome.
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Forty Hall is approximately 20 minutes walk from Turkey Street, Gordon Hill and Enfield Town train stations.

Please see the ‘journeys & places’ website for an interactive map of local walking / cycling routes.



Forty Hall Estate is part of the London Loop section 17, and has various cycle routes in the area surrounding it. 

Bicycle stands are located in the car park and by the Historic Courtyard gates. 


London Underground

Piccadilly line to Oakwood

Oakwood (Piccadilly line) then buses 307 or 121 to Enfield Town, then 191 to Forty Hill. 


London Overground

Enfield Town from Liverpool Street Station is 30 minutes, followed by a 20 minute walk or 191 bus to Forty Hill. 

Turkey Street or Gordon Hill Stations are a 20 minute walk away. 



191 or W10 buses from Enfield Town to roundabout at Myddleton Avenue and then a 10 minute walk up Forty Hill. 


Car or taxi

Entrance to Forty Hall Estate is on Forty Hill, accessible from Bullsmoor Lane or Caterhatch Lane off the A10. 

M25/Juncion 25 is located 2 miles from Forty Hall.

Disabled bays located in the main car park on right as you enter the estate. 

Forty Hall, Forty Hill,
Enfield, EN2 9HA
To ensure a smooth journey to Forty Hall, you can check the TFL website for up-to-date live travel information.