Wikimania 2014 will be held at the Barbican Centre in London.
- The Barbican Centre
- Silk Street
- London, England
- EC2Y 8DS
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|4||170||Frobisher Rooms 123||Sessions|
|4||170||Frobisher Rooms 456||Sessions|
|4||153||Frobisher Auditorium 2||Sessions|
|G||~50||Hammerson Room||Workshops & Discussions|
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Getting to the Barbican
The Barbican Centre hosts a page describing all the ways of getting to it here.
All of London's major airports have direct train links (these include Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted Express) into the centre of the city from which local transportation is available.
The nearest tube station to The Barbican is called "Barbican".
Also, the venue is also within walking distance of Moorgate, Liverpool Street and St Paul's stations.
Travel routes may be planned using the Transport for London journey planner – enter "Barbican Centre" as destination (Select option 1, "City of London, Barbican Centre"). We will provide detailed instructions to get to the venue from all major hubs.
For an indicative price, to travel from Heathrow to the Barbican costs £14.20 (£9.50 for Heathrow Connect train and £4.70 for tube from Paddington to Barbican station). You can get the Tube from Heathrow (via the Piccadilly Line stations) to Barbican for a single fare £5.70 cash (or £5.00 on Oyster).
Walking from Barbican Station to Barbican Centre
Barbican Station is the nearest tube station to the Barbican Centre Silk Street Entrance
1. Exit out of the tube station, cross the road in front of you, turn right and then turn left into the tunnel
2. Keep walking through the tunnel for around 5 minutes.
3. When you reach the end of the tunnel turn right on the pedestrian road crossing.
4. Walk forward until you see the Silk Street Entrance of the Barbican Centre.
For venue accessibility, please see Barbican Centre Disability Access.
The Wikimania Organising Committee is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone and has developed a Friendly space policy to help ensure this.