We are pleased to announce the launch of another themed special walk, entitled “The Great Fire of London and its aftermath”. The walk – which brings to life the dramatic story of the fire in the very streets through which it raged – starts at Monument Tube (Central, Circle, District and Northern Lines) and finishes at Temple, lasts approximately two hours, and costs £8 (£6 concs.)
See all the key sites associated with the Great Fire of 1666, from Pudding Lane to Pye Corner and beyond. Hear in the words of those who witnessed it how it started, spread and finally stopped, a little short of the Tower to the east and the Temple to the west. Discover who was held responsible; where, beneath a symbolic Phoenix, a fire-damaged relic still stands; and how the City that might have been never came to be.
Further details of all our walks are available in the “Our Guided Walks” section of our web-site. Bookings may be made through the “Contact/Booking” section of the web-site, by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by phone (020-8998-3051).