York Hall is the home of British boxing, and has been ranked the sixth best boxing venue in the world, alongside Madison Square Gardens and Caesars Palace, making it the best venue outside the United States to see live boxing. Boxing News described York Hall as an “incomparable London boxing venue”.
Opened in 1929 by the Duke of York, many of the world's greatest boxers have fought at the venue, which, since its £4.5 million refurbishment ten years ago, has lost none of its appeal or atmosphere.
York Hall is situated next to the V&A Museum of Childhood and only fifteen minutes from central London by Tube.
Central Line, Zone 2. York Hall is less than five minutes walk from Bethnal Green Underground station. Unfortunately Bethnal Green Underground has no lift, for the nearest visit Transport for London for more information on public transport accessibility.
York Hall is a short bus ride or a twenty minute walk from Whitechapel, (taking either the 106 or 254 bus), Shoreditch High Street, (taking either the 8 or 388 bus), and Hoxton (taking either the 26, 48 or 55 bus), the latter two having lift access.
York Hall is less than ten minutes walk from both Cambridge Heath and Bethnal Green railway stations. The nearest main line station is Liverpool Street, which is less than a 5 minute Underground journey from Bethnal Green.
The D6, D3, 106, 254, 309 and 388 services stop on Cambridge Heath Road, and the 8, 26, 48 and 55 stop on Old Bethnal Green Road.
Night buses include the N8 and N253 services.
The nearest pay and display bays can be found on Cambridge Heath Road. York Hall is not in the congestion charging zone.