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Find public toilets in the City of London using the interactive toilet map including accessible toilets, night-time urinals and community toilets.

Attended toilets

Attended toilets and opening times 
Location Days Hours
Eastcheap - in the island at the junction of Eastcheap, King William Street and Gracechurch Street. 50p charge for all users, except RADAR key holders. Change machines are available. Monday to Friday 7.15am to 9pm
Weekend and bank holidays 9am to 5pm
Paternoster - in the Paternoster Square development near to St Paul’s Chapter House. 50p charge for all users,  except RADAR key holders. Change machines are available. Monday to Friday 7.15am to 9pm
Weekend and bank holidays 9am to 7pm
Royal Exchange - in the subway outside the entrance to Royal Exchange. 50p charge for all users, except RADAR key holders. Change machines are available. Monday to Friday 7.15am to 9pm
Weekend and bank holidays 10am to 4pm
Smithfield - on the roundabout at West Smithfield Monday to Friday 9am to 4.10pm
Weekend and bank holidays 9am to 5pm
Tower Hill -  in the Tower Place development opposite the Tower of London. 50p charge for all users,  except RADAR key holders. Change machines are available. Monday to Friday 7.15am to 9pm
Weekend and bank holidays 9am to 7pm
Aldgate - in the subway at the southern end of Middlesex Street, at the junction with St Botolph Street. Only open for the Middlesex Market on Sundays. Sundays 8am to 5pm
Bishopsgate - on the corner of Bishopsgate and Middlesex Street. Only open for the Middlesex Market on Sundays Sundays 8am to 5pm
Blackfriars - on the riverside walkway at the bottom of the steps to Blackfriars Road Bridge.  Monday to Friday, April - September only 9am to 4.10pm
Weekend and bank holidays, April - September only 9am to 5pm

Accessible attended toilets

  • Tower Hill
  • Paternoster
  • West Smithfield

These public toilets have accessible cubicles but can only be reached via stairs:

  • Bishopsgate
  • Eastcheap
  • Royal Exchange

Automatic public toilets

These automatic toilets are available 24 hours a day.  
The charge is 20p except at Tower Place and Monument Pavilion where the charge is 50p.

  • Aldermanbury - between Gresham Street and Love Lane
  • Aldgate High St - near to the Bus Depot
  • Charterhouse St - near the junction with Holborn Circus
  • Harrow Place - near the junction with Middlesex Street
  • Long Lane - near the junction with Aldersgate Street
  • Monument Pavilion - near the junction of Monument Street with Pudding Lane
  • Monument Street - near the junction with Lower Thames Street
  • St Paul’s Walk - on river side walkway near White Lion Hill
  • Tower Place - Tower Place Development opposite Tower of London
  • Watermark Place - river end of All Hallows Lane 

Accessible toilets

These toilets are available 24 hours a day using the National Key Operated Scheme (RADAR key) or money.

  • Long Lane 
  • Monument Pavilion
  • Tower Place and
  • Watermark Place

There is a Changing Places facility in the Camera Cafe at the Barbican Centre's Cinema 2 and 3 on Beech Street EC2Y 8AE. It is open when during the cafe's opening hours.

  • Monday - Friday: 8am - 10.30pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: 10am - 10.30pm
  • Bank holidays: 10am - 10.30pm

The facility includes a height adjustable bench, tracking hoist system, a centrally placed toilet, a height adjustable basin and a shower and is for people who cannot use standard accessible toilets such as those with profound and multiple learning disabilities as well as many other disabled people who need personal assistance to use the toilet.

Visit the Changing Places website for more information.

Night-time urinals

Urilifts are urinals which address the problem of night-time street urination. They are stored below ground during the day and are raised in the evening.

  • Bishopsgate – adjacent to the Bishopsgate toilet near the junction of Bishopsgate and Middlesex Street.
  • Charterhouse Street – at the junction with East Poultry Avenue.
  • Cornhill – at the rear of the Royal Exchange at the junction of Royal Exchange Buildings and Cornhill.
  • Watling Street – near junction with Queen Victoria Street.

Community Toilet Scheme

75 local businesses have signed up to the City's community toilets scheme.  These businesses provide the public with free access to their toilets during their normal trading hours. You will see a sign in the window giving details of their facilities.

View our interactive toilet map and click on the blue icons to show details of members.

Contact us

If you wish to comment on the public toilets provided by the City of London please email toilets@cityoflondon.gov.uk or telephone 020 7606 3110.

 


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