Broadmoor Hospital is a specialist high-secure psychiatric hospital which provides assessment, treatment and care for men aged 18 and above. The hospital is one of three high-secure psychiatric hospitals in England and Wales and is internationally renowned for its highly specialised care and research work.

How to get to Broadmoor Hospital 

Broadmoor Hospital is situated in the village of Crowthorne in Berkshire. Due to its location, access to the hospital via public transport is limited and it may be advisable to speak to a member of staff to discuss the best way of travelling to the hospital. 

By car 
Crowthorne is on the B3348 and is linked with the M3 and M4. 
From the M3, leave at junction 3 and follow signs to Bracknell, Sandhurst and then Crowthorne. 
From the M4, leave at junction 10 onto the A329(M) to Bracknell, then follow signs to Sandhurst and Crowthorne. 
For satellite navigation, use RG45 7ET. 

By train
From London, there’s a train service from London Waterloo to Bracknell. A taxi is advisable from there, which should take 15 minutes. 

From Guildford and Reading, there’s a train service to Crowthorne. It’s a 40 minute walk to the hospital from here, so pre-booking a taxi is advisable.

Visitor facilities:

Tea and coffee are available
Vending machine refreshments.

Visitors are required to display a parking permit. These can be obtained from reception.

All parts of the hospital are accessible. 
There are accessible toilets for visitors.