Westfield – Sheperd’s bush

You know what they say ‘when in doubt, shopping centres are a good shout!’.
Okay, they don’t say that, but I do. With their numerous floors and fancy facilities, shopping centres are often the best place to go for a cheeky wee. Unless it’s Christmas season of course and the queues are horrendous.

Monday – Saturday: 10.00 am – 10.00 pm
Sunday: 12.00 am – 06.00 pm


doctor loo rollChances of toilet paper: very likely

doctor loo disabledAccessible

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3Amazing baby-changing facilities
(clean, spacious and even with a microwave to heat up your milk bottle)

doctor loo happy poopPoop-friendly
(As usual, choose the less crowded floors and poop away…)

Tate Modern

The best thing in London is a stroll on the Southbank. Who’s with me? Expect when your bladder decides to spoil the walk.

Fortunately, Doctor Loo is here to tell you where to pee so even the sight of the Thames won’t be able to disturb you.

Sunday to Thursday: 10.00 am – 06.00 pm
Fridays and Saturdays: 10.00 am – 10.00 pm


doctor loo rollChances of toilet paper: likely

doctor loo disabledAccessible

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3 Baby changing facilities – levels 0 and 2

doctor loo happy poopPoop-friendly
(Choose the quieter levels for a nice pooping time – I’d recommend levels 4 or 0)

Angel Central

 

Angel Central… With a name like this and its very own angel wings sculpture, this should be heaven on earth. Well, nearly.

Located on the ground floor, in front of the O2 Academy, these toilets are pretty clean and well-maintained. If only they had baby-changing facilities, it would be an A+.

Monday to Saturday: 10.00 am – 07.00 pm
Sunday: 11.00 am – 05.00 pm


doctor loo rollChances of toilet paper: likely

doctor loo disabledAccessible

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3 No, sorry baby…

doctor loo sad poopPoop-unfriendly
(The cubicle doors usually do not close very well and leave a tiny gap. Not the most comfortable place to poop when)

Trafalgar Square

Lions, a column, fountains, a funky fourth plinth… And toilets! Trafalgar is a surprising central London spot.

NOTE: these toilets are only free on event days. I repeat, only free on event days – think Chinese New Year, Africa on the Square, Diwali, St Patrick’s…
It’s annoying most of the year but still handy for those funky days.

09.00 am – 08.00 pm


doctor loo rollChances of toilet paper: likely

doctor loo disabledAccessible

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3 Baby-changing facilities

doctor loo happy poopPoop-friendly

The Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s legacy… The gloomiest rom-com of all time, amazing new curse words and now even a place to pee!
The Shakespeare pub is one of those community toilets – meaning they’ll let you pee in their premises for free. So don’t hesitate.
Toilets are downstairs. Mind your head on the way down!

Mondays to Saturdays: 12.00 am – 11.00 pm
Saturdays: 05.00 pm – 11.00 pm
Sundays: 05.00 pm – 10.30 pm


doctor loo rollChances of toilet paper: likely

doctor loo disabledNo, sorry

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3 No, sorry baby…

doctor loo sad poopPoop-unfriendly
(Unless you come outside of drinking times – i.e. weekdays until 04.00 pm)

Crystal Palace park

Crystal Palace is great. I mean who doesn’t like a park with dinosaurs? Come on!

Only downside is when you actually need to go pee… Opposite the Palace Park café you’ll find a free public toilet. But I’d only recommend it for big emergencies. Very dirty and with almost every bits broken, this is not the luxury place your bum deserves!

Opening time:
Weekdays: 07.30 am
Weekends and bank holidays: 09.00 am

Closing time:
January: 04.30 pm
February: 05.30 pm
March: 06.00 pm
April: 08.00 pm
May to July: 09.00 pm
August: 08.30 pm
September: 07.30 pm
October: 06.30 pm
November: 04.30 pm
December: 04.00 pm


doctor loo unhappy rollChances of toilet paper: very unlikely

doctor loo disabledAccessible

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3 Baby-changing facilities

doctor loo sad poopPoop-unfriendly
(No toilet paper, quite dirty, shady locks… I wouldn’t recommend)

Barbican centre

Barbican… We’ve all been there and had a panic attack thinking we’ll never get out and find our way home.

I know, I know… But if you dare entering the maze, you’ll discovering a peeing heaven – many toilets, loads of cubicles and a lot of toilet paper, what more do you wish for? Love, love, love…

09.00 am – 11.00 pm


doctor loo rollChances of toilet paper: very likely

doctor loo disabledAccesible

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3 Baby-changing facilities

doctor loo happy poopPoop-friendly
(Try the 4th or -2 levels for some quiet pooping time)

doctor loo cleanBonus point for the cleanliness!

Old Street station

Old Street station is great – not just because it’s one super central super handy location for a cheeky wee, it’s always kinda cool to say you peed underneath a roundabout…

Monday-Friday: 07.30 am – 07.00 pm
Saturday: 08.30 am – 04.00 pm
Sunday: closed


doctor loo rollChances of toilet paper: likely

doctor loo disabledAccessible

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3 Baby-changing facilities

doctor loo happy poopPoop-friendly
(There are many cubicles, and even though it seems a bit ‘open’, people here are so busy being on the go, they won’t notice what you’re doing)

Victoria Park – Lakeside Pavilion

Parks! London and parks. It’s a love-hate relationship, isn’t it? We adore it in the summer, we like it for autumn walks, we adore it in spring when the flowers bloom.

But, it can sometimes be very difficult to make sure you’ll find somewhere to pee in peace. Do not worry, as I am here to take care of you.

Opening times of the park
07.00 am – dusk


doctor loo watchQueues!
(On sunny days, you’ll have to wait for a while – especially the ladies)

doctor loo unhappy rollChances of toilet paper: unlikely to very unlikely on sunny days

doctor loo disabledAccessible.
But you’ll have to go ask for the key at the café in front between 08.00 am – 6.00 pm.

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3 Baby-changing facilities

doctor loo sad poopPoop-unfriendly
(Cubicles are not very soundproof and quite close to each other…)

Museum of London

Museum of London – difficult to find but a real lifesaver in time of pee-need.

Enter the Barbican complex and follow the signs. It is worth it. Toilets are numerous, clean and well equipped. A doctor Loo favourite.

10:00 am – 6:00 pm


doctor loo watchLittle queue
(So many toilets and cubicles, you’ll be in and out in no time)

doctor loo rollChances of toilet paper: very likely

doctor loo disabledAccessible

flat,1000x1000,075,f.u3 Baby-changing facilities

doctor loo happy poopPoop-friendly
(Head to floor U1 or L1, for a quieter toilet moment)