Everything you need to know about visiting the Barbican Centre.
London EC2Y 8DS
- Barbican (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines)
- Moorgate (Northern line)
- St Paul's (Central line)
- Bank (Northern and Central lines)
- Liverpool Street (Central, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines)
- Mansion House (Circle and District lines)
To plan your journey and for up to date travel information, visit the Transport for London (TfL) website.
- Liverpool Street
- Cannon Street
Bus Route 153 runs directly past the Barbican along Chiswell Street. We are easily accessible by bus from around the city; plan your journey using the TfL Interactive Bus Map.
Coaches may set down and collect passengers in Silk Street. Limited coach parking is available in the nearby metered bays. For further information telephone +44 20 7606 3030, asking for Parking Services.
The nearest taxi rank is located outside Linklaters opposite the Silk Street entrance.
Barbican car parks operate a pay-on-foot system. For a full list of car park prices please visit the Barbican website.
The Barbican is well sign-posted and has four car parks, all of which can be accessed from Silk St. There is a height restriction of 1.85 metres (6'1").
Disabled patrons can obtain a free car park voucher by presenting their orange badge at the Box Office, Information Points and kiosks in Cinemas 1 and 2. The best place to park is in Car Park 3 off Silk St.
Monday to Saturday 9am–11pm
Sundays and Public Holidays 12pm–11pm
Advance Box Office (Silk St):
Monday to Saturday 10am–9pm
Sundays and Public Holidays 12pm–9pm
Box Office telephone booking (+44 20 7638 8891; booking fee applies):
Sunday and Public Holidays 11am–8pm
A free cloakroom service is available immediately prior to performances. The main cloakroom on the Stalls floor is open from 5.15pm until 30 minutes after the concert.
Eating and drinking
Whether you want to have a formal dinner, a snack or just a drink, the Barbican can cater for your needs with a choice of three restaurants in the Centre itself, as well as the Cinema Café and Bar and Côte Brasserie, and bars and foyer cafés:
The Barbican Shop on Level G and the Art Gallery Shop on Level 3 sell CDs, music DVDs, art books, posters, gifts, merchandise and more.