etc.venues - Moorgate Bonhill House

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etc.venues - Moorgate Bonhill House
1-3 Bonhill Street
London
EC2A 4BX

020 7588 2334
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Bonhill House venue is conveniently located in the City. Situated just 5 minutes from Moorgate and Old Street tube stations, and 10 minutes from Liverpool Street station, Bonhill House is easy to reach from a number of train, underground and bus routes.

Directions


By Rail

Old Street – Northern Line
Take exit signposted Subway 2, towards Moorgate ‘City Road South (East Side), Wesley’s Chapel, Finsbury Square’. On exiting the station follow the pavement round in to City Road. Take the third road on the left in to Epworth Street, then right in to Tabernacle Street

Moorgate – Metropolitan, Circle or Hammersmith & City Lines
Take exit marked ‘Moorgate’. On exiting the station, cross over into Moor Place and proceed straight ahead. Turn left into Moorgate. Cross the road and turn left. Proceed straight ahead passing Finsbury Square on the right, proceeding along Tabernacle Street. Bonhill Street is the first road on the right.

Liverpool Street Station - National Rail
Follow the exit sign for ‘Broadgate’ passing through the shopping mall. On exiting, follow the sign for The Museum of London, which takes you into Eldon Street. Continue straight ahead into South Place and proceed to the traffic lights. Turn right just after HSBC bank and continue straight-ahead passing Finsbury Square on the right, proceeding along Tabernacle Street. Bonhill Street is the first road on the right.

By Road

Sat nav: 51.522684, -0.086065

Parking

There are two NCP car parks within close proximity to Bonhill Street. One is located Paul Street. The second is located in Finsbury Square. In addition there are a limited number of parking meters along Bonhill Street. Please remember the venue sits within the congestion charge zone – for further information visit www.cclondon.com

Venue Details

etc.venues Moorgate Bonhill House
1-3 Bonhill Street
London
EC2A 4BX

Phone: 020 7588 2334

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