Your guide to Liverpool Street Underground station

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Liverpool Street Underground station is situated in the north-eastern corner of the City of London and is connected to the National Railway line of the same name.

As well as being near to the financial district, the station is also in close proximity to Shoreditch, the Barbican Centre and Whitechapel.

The station is on the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines, meaning that visitors to London can get to most parts of the city from here in a relatively short amount of time.

According to figures from Transport for London, Liverpool Street Underground station is the fifth busiest on the London Underground market – in 2013, it had annual entry and exit figures of 67.89 million.

The Zone 1 station has four platforms, but only the eastbound platform of the Circle line is currently wheelchair-accessible. The address is Bishopsgate, London EC2M 7PR.

Station facilities

  • Payphones
  • Ticket Halls
  • Cash Machines (dispensing both euro and sterling)
  • A waiting room
  • Cycle parking
  • Lifts
  • Connecting bridge

Nearby parking

  • Hearn Street Car Park (7-11 Hearn Street, London EC2A 3LS)
  • Minories Car Park (1 Shorter Street, London E1 8LP)
  • Car Park Eden House (Spital Square, Spitalfields, London E1)
  • Easy Car Parks Ltd (62 Paul Street, London EC2A 4LP)
  • Trip Extras  (17 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4SQ)

Parking

Other transport

Liverpool Street Station is serviced by the National Rail as a mainline station, with connections to London suburbs and the east of England. There is also a bus station to the west beside the Underground and Broadgate entrances.

Nearby attractions

  • Broadgate Ice Rink (Exchange House, 12 Primrose Street, EC2A) – London’s longest-running outdoor ice rink.
  • Raven Row (56 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields, London E1) – Contemporary art theatre near Spitalfields Market.
  • Dennis Severs’ House (18 Folgate Street, Spitalfields, London E1) – Offers a historical imagination” of what life would have been like inside for a family of Huguenot silk weaver.
  • Bank of England Museum (Bartholomew Lane, City, London EC2R) – Museum that recounts the history of the Bank of England.
  • Brick Lane (Brick Lane, Spitalfields, London E1) – Home of the best curry in London and a world-famous market.