The website for Sutton Town Centre
The website for Sutton Town Centre

Getting to Sutton

The beauty of the Town Centre is that it’s very compact, making for a very quick and pleasant shopping experience. See the Town Centre Guide for a list of the car parks along with some of our main shops.

If you’re local then walking around the borough couldn’t be easier with our Sutton Walking Guide giving you the locations of the main heritage sites, parks & nature trails, entertainment and sports & leisure facilities.


We have many designated cycle routes within the borough, along with links to neighbouring towns. Please view Sutton Council’s Cycle Map link to find out cycle routes and places to store your bicycle while you visit us.


By Bus

Sutton is well serviced by approximately 54 buses, connecting the Town Centre to neighbouring towns such as Banstead, Cheam, Epsom, Croydon, Heathrow, Kingston, Wimbledon and Worcester Park. Sutton’s covered bus terminal is located right outside the back entrance of the St Nicholas Shopping Centre on St Nicholas Way. For more information on buses, please contact Sutton Bus Services or have a look at the latest Transport for London Bus Map.

By Train

Sutton Station is linked to 3 major South-East London Stations. Approximate journey times to Sutton from these stations are as follows:
London Victoria 24-40 mins
London Waterloo 35-39 mins
London Bridge 41 mins

By Car

Sutton is less than 15 minutes (8.2) miles drive from J8 M25. Depart M25 at J8 on A217 (North). Turn right (East) onto A2322 and Sutton is 0.8 miles from here.

Approximate driving times to Sutton from:

Epsom 10 mins
Croydon 11 mins
Esher 21 mins
Reigate 25 mins
Kingston upon Thames 31 mins
Crawley 34 mins


There are lots of convenient car parks in Sutton Town Centre including St Nicholas Centre, Times Square Car Park and Sutton Station Car Park. And if you are shopping in Asda or Sainsbury’s, customers are invited to park in their free, onsite car parks.