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Barbican lies in the northernmost fringes of the City of London, and is often referred to for its arts performances and exhibition centres – hosting a wide range of cultural events throughout each and every year.
There is a theatre, cinema and art gallery, as well as workshops where new skills can be acquired. The cultural tone of the area continues, at the Museum of London. Alongside this myriad of arts and history, the restaurants and bars of Shoreditch are just a short stroll away. As a result, Barbican is a forever thriving and eclectic London location that encompasses commercial, cultural and residential activity.
Transport around Barbican couldn’t be easier, with the following transport links available:
Barbican is within walking distance of a number of London Underground Stations, the closest of which are Barbican, St Paul’s and Moorgate.
The nearest train stations to Barbican are Liverpool Street and Farringdon Stations.
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