Barbican Underground Station is on London Underground Metropolitan Line, Circle Line and Hammersmith and City Line in the City of London in Barbican EC1, Travelcard Zone 1


Opened on 23 December 1865. Known as Aldersgate Street until 1910, Aldersgate 1910-23, Aldersgate & Barbican 1923-68. There were also National Rail services (one of the lines out of Moorgate Station which closed in 2009 – the platforms remain however. There is street level and high level access (known as the London Pedway, partly built in the 60s) to the Barbican Centre and the Museum of London.

Station FacilitiesEdit

Step-Free AccessEdit

There is no Step-Free Access available at the station.


There are no toilets available at the station.


Farringdon Station Crossrail eastern ticket hall will be just west of the station where interchange will be provided with Step-Free Access.

Transport ConnectionsEdit


London Buses Routes 4, 56, 153 serve the station.


There is access to the City of London Pedway from the station to the Barbican Estate and Barbican Centre and Museum of London.

Next StationEdit

Circle Line|Hammersmith and City Line|Metropolitan Line

External linksEdit

TfL page [1]

Some photographs and information here [