WAHVM 2014 will be held in the United Kingdom, in Central London
Most of the congress will be held in and around the Sir Alexander Fleming Building at Imperial College London in South Kensington.
The is easily accessible from London Heathrow airport and from the main London railway stations by taxi or London Underground trains).
The map below shows the South Kensington area, including the locations of S. Ken tube stations (recommended as Picadilly line trains are not stopping at Glos Rd); the Sir Alexander Fleming building (1) where the main Congress will be held, and the Imperial Accommodation Eastside venue (2).
On Wednesday 10th September, there will be a welcome reception at the Royal Veterinary College in Camden Town. The Royal Veterinary College is Britain’s oldest veterinary school – it was founded in 1791 on its present day site near to St. Pancras Railway Station. Buses will be available to transport delegates to and from South Kensington, but if you would like to make your own way, you can find directions to the RVC Camden campus here .
On Friday 12 September, the congress dinner will be held in the Macadam Building, King’s College London, Surrey Street, on the Strand campus of King’s College London . Buses will transport delegates to and from South Kensington. King’s College London was founded in 1828 , and is situated on the Strand close to the River Thames and the old royal palace of Somerset House. In between King’s and South Kensington are the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery. Buses will be available to transport delegates to and from the Strand, but if you would like to make your own way, you can find directions to the campus here .