Wilson Street lies in the Broadgate area of the City of London. The street begins at South Place and Eldon Street at the south end and runs until the street becomes Paul Street after two blocks.
Sun Street dissects Wilson Street and other major streets nearby include City Road EC1, Liverpool Street and Moorgate.
Wilson Street lies in the middle of London’s bustling business community and is only moments away from the various attractions that this London postal district has to offer.
Wilson Street is a combination of offices and private properties. There are also some bars and cafes which are frequented by city workers.
Bangers Wine Bar, at 2–12 Wilson Street, is a large wine bar with a 150 seating dining room. Food is also served and the menu features traditional options such as Cumberland sausages and treacle tart with clotted cream.
Fleetwood Bar at 36 Wilson Street is a buzzy bar most busy after the working day.
Broadgate Circle is just behind Wilson Street and can be reached via Whitecross Lane. Broadgate Circle, a modern circular complex with shops, restaurants and bars, is located just north of Liverpool Street.
During the winter, the centre of the circular becomes an open air ice-rink. Broadgate Circle acts as a wonderful amenity for tourists and local office staff alike.
Finsbury Square is a large grass area just west of Wilson Street, next to public parking facilities. Inside the square there are flower beds and exotic plants. There are also bowling greens which host tournaments and can be hired out privately.
St Mary Moorfields Roman Catholic Church is around the corner from Wilson Street at 4–5 Eldon Street. The church was built in 1903 with an ached entrance of Portland stone which is tactfully blended into adjacent shops and domestic windows.
Wilson Street benefits from excellent transport links due to its central location within the City of London. The nearest tube station is Moorgate at Moorgate and Moorfields.
The following tubes lines have stops at Moorgate: Northern line; District line; Circle line; and Metropolitan line.
Moorgate station is also part of the National Rail network.
Old Street tube station is in the northern direction on Old Street and Cranwood Street EC1. Old Street is a National Rail train station as well as a Northern line stop. Liverpool Street train and tube station is also less than five minutes by foot.
Trains leaving Liverpool Street serve the east of England and north-east suburban areas. Notably, the Stansted Express train leaves from Liverpool Street.
The Central line, Hammersmith and City line, Metropolitan line and Circle line all stop at Liverpool Street Underground Station.
Wigmore Hall stands in close proximity to the excellent bus, taxi and London Underground services available on both Oxford Street and Regent Street. Bond Street Underground Station is located 350m south-west of Wigmore Hall, providing Central and Jubilee line services to destinations including Marble Arch and Tottenham Court Road. Other London Underground stations situated near Wigmore Hall include Oxford Circus (500m south-east) and Great Portland Street (800m north-east).
Wilson Street: Tube (underground)
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|Liverpool Street Station
||Metropolitan - Central - Circle line - Hammersmith & City
|Old Street Station
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