Bank of England




Bank of England in London
The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street was founded in 1694 to act as the governments banker.

It moved to this site in 1734. Its Old Lady nickname comes from a cartoon from 1797.

Nearest stations:
UG: Bank 0.09km
OG&UG: London Cannon Street 0.36km
UG: Monument 0.44km

Website:
Bank of England

Opening Times:
The bank is not open to members of the public, but the Bank Of England museum is just around the corner in Bartholemew Lane.

Always check details regarding opening hours, accessibility and pricing before travelling.


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