There are play areas in the wards with games, books, computers, TV and music centres.
In the outpatients department on the ground floor there are lots of toys and games and a large helter skelter slide.
The Evelina London pharmacy is on the ground floor of Evelina London. More information is on the pharmacy pages.
There's also a Sainsbury's pharmacy in St Thomas' Hospital where families can buy toiletries and over-the-count medicines.
There is also wide range of shops and services available right next door in St Thomas' Hospital.
View access guides to help you get around the hospital to the pharmacy.
There is an AMT café on the ground floor of Evelina London, towards the back of the hospital and in the third floor atrium, both serve drinks and food.
- Monday-Friday, 6.30am-6.30pm
- Saturday 8am-3.45pm
- Sunday 8.30am-3.45pm.
There is also an AMT coffee shop at St Thomas' Hospital, open 24 hours, seven days a week.
View access guides to help you get around AMT coffee.
There are also vending machines located across the hospital.
Cafés and shops at St Thomas'
There are more cafés, shops and facilities at neighbouring St Thomas' Hospital. Find out more below.
Facilities at St Thomas' Hospital
M&S Simply Food and Café
Offers high quality M&S food, while the M&S Café services a choice of hot and cold refreshments. Located in the St Thomas' main entrance area.
Open: Monday-Friday, 7am-9pm, Saturday-Sunday, 8am-8pm.
AMT Coffee Naturally
Based near the St Thomas' main entrance, offering fresh sandwiches, soups, sushi and a range of hot and cold drinks.
Open: Monday-Sunday, 24 hours.
Toms @ Riverside
Located on the ground floor of the North Wing, serving hot and cold food to take away, including pasta, jacket potatoes, soup and artisan breads.
Open: Monday-Friday, 8.30am-3pm.
Toms @Shepherd Hall restaurant
Located on the ground floor of South Wing, this restaurant offers a wide range of meals, with a menu that changes daily. It has fantastic views of the House of Parliament and the river Thames.
Open: Monday-Friday, 7.30am-3.30pm (vending machine open 24 hours a day).
Stock Shop fashion and Stock Shop gifts
The fashion shop brings stylish ladies clothing at reasonable prices and the gift shop offers a range of gifts for all ages. Located in the St Thomas' main entrance area.
Open: Monday-Sunday, 9am-6pm.
Selling cards, gifts, books, newspapers, magazines, sandwiches and confectionery.
Open: Monday-Friday, 8am-8pm, Saturday-Sunday 9am-6pm.
Friends of St Thomas' shop
Located at the Lambeth Wing entrance (opposite the Sainsbury's pharmacy), this shop sells gifts and cards to raise money for the charity, the Friends of St Thomas'.
Open: Monday-Friday, 10.30am-3pm.
There is a NatWest cash point in the Lambeth Wing corridor.
The closest banks to Evelina London and St Thomas' Hospital are:
- Lloyds TSB (2 York Road, London SE1 7LZ)
- NatWest (91 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HW).
If your post is already stamped, you are welcome to drop it off at the post room at St Thomas' Hospital. This is off the South Wing corridor, near Central Hall.
There is also a Post Office on Westminster Bridge Road (125-131 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HJ).
Creative Hair is a hairdressing salon located on the ground floor of the North Wing corridor.
Open: Mondays and Tuesdays 9.30am-6pm, Tuesday-Thursday, 9.30am-7pm.
MediCinema is a state-of-the art cinema for patients, their family and carers to enjoy, based at St Thomas' Hospital in the Prideaux Lecture Theatre. The facilities screen the latest box-office releases – and they’re free.
Screenings for Evelina London are on Wednesdays at 6pm.
Tickets are usually distributed on the wards by a MediCinema manager or volunteer – if you're not sure how to get a ticket, talk to your nurse.
All tickets need to be signed off by a nurse to make sure your child is well enough to attend a screening. If your child is an outpatient, you'll need to provide proof that they're being treated at Evelina, such as an appointment letter.
Find out more about MediCinema on the Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust website.
Catch a free concert every Monday lunchtime in St Thomas' Central Hall, provided by Guy's and St Thomas' Charity. Find out more on the Breathe Arts Health Research website.
The Florence Nightingale Museum tells the story of one of history's most famous nurses. Find out more on the museum's website.
There's also a mini museum in St Thomas' Central Hall, displaying artifacts and photographs about the history of St Thomas'.
The department of spiritual care (chaplaincy) supports people of all faiths as well as people who do not have a particular religious belief.
More information is on the chaplaincy pages.
There is a multi faith prayer room based on the ground floor of St Thomas', just off South Wing corridor, near Central Hall
If you're visiting Guy's Hospital, you can find out about the shops and services available there on the Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust website.