Disabled Access at Ministry of Sound, London

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There’s only one venue in London which will give you the ultimate clubbing experience and which has stood the test of time since 1991.

Ministry of Sound was born thanks to the brainchild of DJ Justin Berkmann, the londener was conscious a majority of nightclubs were concentrating on design over sound systems, so he teamed up with work colleague Humphrey Waterhouse to launch a new superclub located in the Elephant and Castle area.

The 24-hour dance license (a first for the UK) allowed Justin and Humphrey to bring in the world’s most famous DJ’s including the likes of Roger Sanchez and David Morales back in the nineties.

Today Ministry of Sound has now extended to a record label and the company itself is overlooked by a global corporation called MSHK which also owns club brands such as Hed Kandi, Hard2Beat and Euphoria.

The impressive line up of DJ’s has continued throughout the past decades with worldwide names including David Guetta, Erick Morillo and Pete Tong playing behind the decks.

Ministry houses 5 distinctive rooms, 4 DJ booths, 4 Dance Floors, 4 Bars and an exclusive VIP lounge which has seen the likes of Tim Burton, Winona Ryder and Mark Wahlberg enjoying the luxury surroundings.

The rooms themselves are comprised of The 103, which is the main room in the complex, The Box – the largest room at MoS, tucked away in The Box you will find The Baby Box and then you have the venue’s newest room...The Loft where you can catch up with all the latest record labels and promoters.

The club’s ground floor caters for wheelchair access although there is no ramp to the first floor. Guests will also find accessible toilets on the ground level.

For more information visit The Ministry of Sound website.