South Kensington is home to Imperial and three world famous museums, as well as being only a stones throw away from Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and the Royal Albert Hall.
Take a look at our campus and surrounding area below.
Our central London location makes Imperial an exciting and inspiring place to study.
Imperial College Student Union
Imperial's student union boasts over 350 clubs, societies and projects, many of which are showcased at the annual Freshers' Fair.
Our main entrance faces onto Exhibition Road, a half mile stretch that is also home to the Natural History Museum, Science Museum and the V&A Museum, flanked by South Kensington Underground station at one end and Hyde Park at the other.
The soaring presence of the Queen's Tower at our South Kensington Campus is a reminder of the College's history and heritage. Surrounded by eating areas, it is the most popular place to catch up with friends and enjoy some time in the sun.
Every Tuesday the Queen's Lawn plays host to a Farmers' Market, showcasing the best local produce in South Kensington from fresh fruit and vegetables, pastries and desserts to delicious take away lunches from local producers.
Three of our halls of residence are located on our South Kensington Campus. Each hall has its own individual atmosphere and social life, and their welcoming environment allows you to develop a sense of home and community.
Both Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are only a short walk from our South Kensington Campus.
Home to three world famous museums and Imperial, located at the centre of the Albertopolis, London's original cultural quarter.