PIN The Old Bank of England

A Most Impressive Public house

This highly unusual pub inhabits a Grade 1 listed 1888 building which was once a branch of the Bank of England. Gold Bullion and the Crown Jewells were once stored in its vaults. This wonderful place is a pub with a beer garden and is hugely impressive high ceilings, tall windows, raised galleries and an abundance of dark wood.

How to get there

5 minutes by walk from Temple underground station.
1 minute by walk from Chancery Lane bus stop.

Triptide thoughts

One of the most beautiful and enchanting pub I've ever seen!


  • Accommodation
  • , Beer Garden
  • , History
  • , Food
  • , Culture
  • , City
  • , east
  • , Drinks
  • , food and drink
  • , City Central


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194 , Fleet St, London, EC4A 2LT (View on Google Maps)
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