Plan Your Visit To The Lightbox Gallery

From near or far get to where we are in Beautiful Downtown Woking.

The Lightbox

Chobham Road

Woking

Surrey

GU21 4AA

Is it teatime? The Courtyard at the Beautiful Lightbox building in downtown Woking
Is it teatime? The Courtyard at the Beautiful Lightbox building in downtown Woking

Transport For Delight

Woking train station is a five minutes walk from The Lightbox and just 30 minutes by train from London Waterloo.

The Lightbox is 15 minutes from the M25, exit at Junction 11. From the A3 southbound, exit at Chobham/Painshill, signposted A245. Cycle stands are available at The Lightbox.

Here are comprehensive directions for how to find The Lightbox.

Car Parks

‘Brewery Road’ is the closest pay and display car park, located underneath WWF Headquarters on Brewery Road.

A pedestrian footbridge over the canal leads from the car park to The Lightbox.

Close by is ‘Victoria Way’ car park, located opposite The Lightbox.

Access

The Comica Comiket takes place inside The Lightbox.

The Lightbox is fully accessible to all visitors. The courtyard and entrances have level access; there are fully accessible toilets on each floor and there is a lift that goes to all floors of the building.

The Lightbox has three disabled parking bays which can be booked in advance.

Induction Loops, magnifying glasses and two wheelchairs available on request.

Registered assistance dogs are welcome.

They regularly run audio-described tours, have tactile resources and large print guides available and have some braille signage.

To find out more about facilities or to reserve a disabled space please call 01483 737800 or email info@thelightbox.org.uk

A Diagram Map showing the short route from Woking Train Station to the Lightbox Gallery
A Diagram Map showing the short route from Woking Train Station to the Lightbox Gallery
Plan Your Visit to The Beautiful Lightbox Building in Downtown Woking from the canal-side photograph by Lizzie Ransom for The Lightbox Gallery
The Beautiful Lightbox Building in Downtown Woking from the canal-side. Photograph: Lizzie Ransom for The Lightbox Gallery