1. Amelia Stanfield

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    So many facilities and things to do, so you can’t possibly get bored. I was so excited to visit the Constructing Worlds exhibition. It was a great experience for me and I would like to enjoy this beautiful building again.

  2. Martin Hutchinson

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    I love the fact that this building and surrounding complex seems to be some 60s representation of what the future would look like. Getting around is basically impossible at ground level and you enter and exit the building on the second or third floor depending on which way you’re heading.Some of the areas could definitely do with some love – it was raining when we were there and there were places where the water was leaking in! Still, cool place and generally cool exhibits. Just don’t expect to have any phone signal. But you should be looking at the exhibits anyway, so why do you need your phone? 😉

  3. Liam Stanley

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    I visited the Barbican centre for the architectural tour. I got there a few hours early and decided to take a walk around, see an exhibition and grab a drink. The Jazz Festival had a stage set up which was a nice surprise with a lively band on. It’s quite an interesting centre, if you spend a bit of time there you find that part of the fun of the building is there are different ways to access the same thing. It’s quite hard to describe. I particularly liked the Food Court and the gift shop… also the tour is highly recommendable if you’re interested in the architecture and history of the Barbican.

  4. Nyny GM

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    One of my favourite museums in London.I love the place itself and the gorgeous square outside with its ornamental lakes and the vegetation. It seems like a hidden paradise as it is not that simple to find our way to get to the Barbican Centre from the Undergound station ;-)The exhibitions are very innovative as well.Very relaxing spot !

  5. Will Smith

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    A fascinating space where you can come to study, view an exhibition watch a film, loan some books, buy some gifts… When the weather’s nice, sit outside by the water fountains. And when the weather isn’t nice, enjoy losing yourself in this massive temple to the arts.