There are 6 ways to get from Romford to V&A Museum by train, subway, bus, night bus, taxi or car

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Train, subway  •  56 min

  1. Take the train from Romford to London Liverpool Street
  2. Take the subway from Holborn station to South Kensington station Piccadilly

£10 - £14

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Night bus  •  1h 46m

  1. Take the night bus from Romford Station to Charing Cross, Trafalgar Square N15

£4

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Subway  •  1h

  1. Take the subway from Dagenham East station to South Kensington station District

£5 - £7

Line 175 bus, subway  •  1h 54m

  1. Take the line 175 bus from Romford Station to Dagenham Heathway 175 / ...
  2. Take the subway from Dagenham Heathway station to South Kensington station District

£6 - £8

Taxi  •  34 min

  1. Take a taxi from Romford to V&A Museum 18.7 miles

£45 - £60

Drive  •  34 min

  1. Drive from Romford to V&A Museum 18.7 miles

£3 - £5

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The cheapest way to get from Romford to V&A Museum is to night bus which costs £4 and takes 1h 46m.

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The quickest way to get from Romford to V&A Museum is to taxi which costs £45 - £60 and takes 34 min.

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No, there is no direct bus from Romford station to V&A Museum. However, there are services departing from Romford Station and arriving at Knightsbridge, Exhibition Road via Charing Cross, Trafalgar Square. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 1h 46m.

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Yes, there is a direct train departing from Dagenham East station station and arriving at South Kensington station station. Services depart hourly, and operate Sunday. The journey takes approximately 54 min.

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The distance between Romford and V&A Museum is 16 miles. The road distance is 18.7 miles.

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The best way to get from Romford to V&A Museum without a car is to train and subway which takes 56 min and costs £9 - £15.

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It takes approximately 56 min to get from Romford to V&A Museum, including transfers.

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Romford to V&A Museum bus services, operated by London Buses, depart from Romford Station.

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Romford to V&A Museum train services, operated by TfL Rail, depart from Romford station.

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Romford to V&A Museum bus services, operated by London Buses, arrive at Charing Cross, Trafalgar Square station.

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  • Distance: 16.3 miles
  • Duration: 56 min

What companies run services between Romford, England and V&A Museum, England?

London Underground (Tube) operates a vehicle from Romford to V&A Museum hourly. Tickets cost £5 - £7 and the journey takes 54 min. Alternatively, London Buses operates a vehicle from Romford to V&A Museum hourly. Tickets cost £2 and the journey takes 1h 16m.

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Romford to V&A Museum train services, operated by London Underground (Tube), arrive at South Kensington station.

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Yes, the driving distance between Romford to V&A Museum is 19 miles. It takes approximately 34 min to drive from Romford to V&A Museum.

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