52 Chiswell Street
The Brewery occupies the former site of Whitbread brewery in East London.
For hundreds of years the brewery was a vast operation, its sheer size making it an attraction worthy of royal visits. George III, Queen Charlotte, Queen Elizabeth II and Elizabeth the Queen Mother all visited the site.
Brewing continued until 1976 when the last tanker was pulled out of the Yard bringing an end to its 225-year history.
Suggested Hotel Accommodations
There are several hotels in close proximity to The Brewery. Please click here for suggested hotel options. Please note space and rates are subject to availability.
Closest Train Station to The Brewery
- Moorgate Station is approximately .3 miles / a 5 minute walk to The Brewery.
Closest Underground Station to The Brewery
- Moorgate Underground Station on the Circle, Northern, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines is approximately .3 miles / a 5 minute walk to The Brewery.
- Barbican Underground Station on the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines is approximately .3 miles / a 5 minute walk to The Brewery.
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