Your journey to Carpenters’ Hall is best undertaken by public transport.
The Hall is only a few minutes’ walk from Moorgate, Liverpool Street and Bank tube stations. Many bus routes stop on London Wall, Moorgate and around Liverpool Street Station.
Parking is not permitted in the immediate vicinity of Carpenters’ Hall and there is only limited availability in the wider area. There are car parks on London Wall, Finsbury Square, Aldersgate and at the Barbican. Carpenter’s Hall and the surrounding area is in the London Congestion Zone.
Also see the larger scale map at the bottom of this page.
FACILITIES AT CARPENTERS’ HALL
Cloakroom: Please deposit outdoor coats, rucksacks and large bags in the cloakroom as these are not allowed in the exhibition. The cloakroom is free of charge and located in the ground floor lobby area.
Catering: There are no catering facilities inside the exhibition or Carpenters’ Hall but many cafes and restaurants nearby.
Access: On London Wall there is a separate entrance with a lift to the raised ground floor of Carpenters’ Hall. There is an internal lift from the ground floor to the first floor exhibition. Use of the London Wall lift is best arranged when you arrive by a companion notifying the organisers at the front desk of the Throgmorton Avenue entrance.
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