Fire, Pestilence & Plague

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Fire, Pestilence & Plague

NO TOUR SUNDAY 1ST JANUARY 2017

The City of London has been ‘plagued’ by disaster for Centuries, from the sacking by Queen Boudicca, to the bombings of two world wars. However, through all this adversity, London has gone from strength to strength.

This tour takes you from Pudding Lane, where the Great Fire of London started, to Pye Corner, where it ended. Along the way you’ll encounter mass graveyards from the plague, bomb damage from the blitz, execution sites from medieval times and ancient Roman ruins.

Our expert guide will take you around the old city, amusing and entertaining you every step of the way. A tour not to be missed!
2.30pm every Sunday.

What you will see

  • Monument
  • St Paul’s Cathedral
  • London Stone
  • The Old Bailey
  • St Bart’s and Smithfield
  • Roman Wall
  • Guildhall
  • Bomb damage

Meeting point and time

2:30pm Sunday from Monument Station (Fish Street Hill exit), Look for the green umbrella.

the tour lasts 2 hours and ends near St Paul’s Underground Station.

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