The Harlequin Shopping Centre
19 Queen's Road
019 2325 0292
The Metropolitan line is part of the London Underground and serves Watford in Zone 7.
The station is in Cassiobury Park Avenue, at the junction with Metropolitan Station Approach, in the Cassiobury area of Watford. It is known locally as "Watford Met" to distinguish it from these and the other Watford stations, which are all operated by National Rail. Watford Met is a 30 minute walk to The Harlequin.
Train:There are three stations located in Watford. Watford High Street train station, on the London Overground line is located close to the shopping centre with access in to the centre from the Lower High Street. Watford Junction mainline train station is a ten minute walk from the centre. Regular services run to Watford Junction from Bushey, Harrow, Wembley and London Euston.
For more information visit www.tfl.gov.uk/overground
To view timetables, buy tickets and view departure and arrival boards, as well as travel news please click here to go to the National Rail Enquiries web site www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.
Watford High Street station is located on Lower High Street. Turn left out of the station and cross Exchange Road by the traffic lights into High Street. The Harlequin is on the right in about 100 yards.
Watford Junction station is about 10 minutes walk or a short bus ride – buses are available outside of the station front. To walk from Watford Junction cross the road by the pedestrian crossing outside the station into Clarendon Road opposite. After about half a mile at the end of Clarendon Road cross the ring road (Beechen Grove) into the High Street. The Harlequin is on the left.
Watford is well supported by bus services from all over the region and buses stop close to The Harlequin.
To plan your journey by bus, please use one of the links below.
For more information on public transport within Hertfordshire please go to the Hertfordshire Travel Information website www.intalink.org.uk
The Harlequin is easy to get to by car. From junction 5 of the M1, use the A4008 (M1 link) to Watford. A slip road on the left before Beechen Grove enables you to drive under the ring road into the King's car park. On level 1 of the Kings car park, you can drive across to Queens car park to park or exit via the M1 link.
From junction 19/20 of the M25, follow signs to the town centre (A411/A41) and Centre Car Parks.
If you have a Sat Nav the address is The Harlequin, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 2UB.
The Harlequin has three car parks with direct access to the shopping centre; Kings, Queens and Palace (Harlequin) providing over 2,000 car parking spaces. There are an additional four car parks in Watford town centre providing easy access to The Harlequin and Watford High Street; Palace (Charter), Church, Gade and Sutton providing over 2,500 spaces. The centre car parks open one hour before and close one hour after the shopping centre.