Sir Christopher Wren Churches

Walk Details

Of course we will also talk about other discoveries along the way in addition to the Churches.

We will enter as many churches as possible and you will be free to take pictures.

Many believe that  Sir Christopher Wren was the greatest British architect of all time

In his capacity as architectural commissioner of London Wren designed and supervised the rebuilding of 51 City Churches after the Great Fire of London in 1666, some these survive today despite bombs and decades of neglect

During this walk you will visit St Stephen’s Walbrook (considered to be the precursor of St Paul's Cathedral), St Mary-le-Bow, St Lawrence Jewry, St Vedast and the original site of St Mary Aldermanbury (now in the USA), St James Garlickhythe, St Mary Aldermary, and St Michael Paternoster Royal

Length of Tour:   2 hours

Meeting place:  outside the City of London Information Centre  

Nearest Underground station:  St Paul’s (Central Line)

It may not be possible to enter all the churches, as many are only open at set times ,

St Vedas alias Foster ceiling

St Michael Paternoster Royal

St Stephens Walbrook

St Mary le Bow Interior

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