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020 7430 2255


The Old Bank of England pub is on Fleet Street, in the City of London area. The nearest tube stations are Temple (on the District line) and Chancery Lane (Central line). Both are just a 5 minute walk away - so we're easy to get to from all directions.
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By Tube

If you’re arriving into Temple Station, exit and head up the hill. Once at the top, turn right onto Fleet Street and we are just 100 yards down the road next to the Royal Courts of Justice. Alternatively, go to Chancery Lane on the Central line and take exit 3. Walk up until you reach Chancery Lane, turn left and walk the whole length of the lane until you reach the bottom - then turn right to find the pub.


By Train

The City Thameslink Station at Ludgate Hill, and BlackFriars Station on Queen Victoria Street are both within ten minutes walk of the pub.

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The Old Bank of England
194 Fleet Street
020 7430 2255
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Local Attractions

Thanks to its stunning interior and original features, The Old Bank of England is one of the local attractions in the City of London. There are plenty of other worthwhile sights nearby though - including the Royal Courts of Justice, St Clements Dane Church, Inner Temple, Lincolns Inn Fields and of course St Paul's Cathedral. We're handily placed for a stroll on the bank of the Thames too.

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