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How to get to the Jeremy Bentham Room

FROM UCL FRONT LODGE: Walk through the quadrangle and take the entrance to the right of the portico. Turn left along the South Cloisters. The Jeremy Bentham Room is up somestairs to your right, adjacent to the UCL Main Library. For wheelchair access please use the entrance adjacent to the Lower Refectory.

Getting to UCL

London Underground

The closest underground stations to UCL are Euston Square on the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City Lines, Goodge Street on the Northern Line and Warren Street on the Northern and Victoria Lines.


There are various bus routes that serve UCL and the surrounding area.

National Rail

Euston, Kings Cross and St Pancras are within easy walking distance.

7 Responses to Find Us

  1. Rosy says:

    What’s a portico?
    Also, what is access to the building like? I want to come and say hello but I’m not a UCL student and I can’t come until quite late this evening (about 11pm). I like security guards but I don’t want them to put me off.
    My cousin is visiting this evening from the Manchester Occupation. Say hello to them from me just in case I don’t make it!
    Blue Skies

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  3. UCL anon says:

    You don’t need ID to gain entry to the JBR, it’s in the public access part of the building.

    Simpler instructions: from the main entrance on Gower Street, pass though the gates, heading straight ahead toward the large set of steps (the portico), don’t go up the steps, but instead walk to the left and enter the building though the small door (you need to press the large silver button to open). Going though the door, walk left into the main cloisters. The library entrance (security barriers) is in front of you, the JBR is to the right of this up a small flight of stairs.

  4. UCL anon anon says:

    put up some directions for people not familiar with UCL!

  5. Frederique RONDET says:

    dear Amit,
    i am working in a french daily newspaper called liberation in paris and one of our journalists made a reportage last saturday of your occupation. you have made many pictures. i want to know if we can eventually use them for publication, but We need to know who has made them, when and do the students on the pictures are ok to be published.
    thank’s for your quick answer.
    frederique Rondet picture service liberation

  6. Anon says:

    Is this in aid of rag week? Are you also going to sell joke books aswell?

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