In the heart of the City of London, with excellent national and international transport links, the Barbican is London and Europe’s largest combined multi-arts and conference venue. Its stunning spaces and unique location have made it an internationally recognised venue, set within an urban landscape acknowledged as one of the most significant architectural achievements of the 20th century. The Barbican was opened by The Queen in 1982, who declared it ‘one of the modern wonders of the world’.
The Barbican offers unrivalled choice, with its walls encompassing facilities for art, film, music, theatre, dance under one creative roof. It also boasts three restaurants, exhibition hall and a unique tropical plant conservatory: a secret garden oasis within the City of London.