Goldsmiths specialises in the arts, designs, humanities and social sciences and has produced over 20 Turner Prize Nominees. Visitors to London can stay in the university’s student residences during the holidays as the halls open their doors to the public and provide affordable self-catered accommodation. These rooms are the ideal alternative to a cheap London hotel for any budget conscious visitor.
Located just a 10 minute train ride from the centre of London, New Cross is home to Loring Hall, Chesterman House and Dean House. This vibrant area of south-east London has a thriving music and arts scene, and has been described by the New York Times as a “hub of creative talent”. It is no surprise that this area is so popular with the creative students of Goldsmiths!
Raymont Hall is situated in Brockley, a district in south London that boasts lots of attractive open spaces. In the 1960’s the area saw an influx of artists and musicians who were attracted by low cost Victorian housing that was available at the time. Cultural footprints were created, and as the area’s popularity has increased, so have the number of musical events and artist exhibits on offer.