St Stephen Walbrook
Just south of Mansion House, St Stephen Walbrook (1672) is considered to be the finest of Wren’s City churches and, as it was his first...
Temple of Mithras
A site not visible at the time of research is the 3rd-century Temple of Mithras. It was first uncovered in the 1950s during the...
St Mary Woolnoth
In the angle between Lombard and King William Sts, Nicholas Hawksmoor’s St Mary Woolnoth is recognisable by its distinctive twin towers....
Royal Exchange Grand Café & Bar
This lovely cafe-restaurant sits in the middle of the covered courtyard of the beautiful Royal Exchange building and is a good place to...
Mansion House information
Opposite the Bank of England stands porticoed Mansion House, the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London. Built in 1752 by George Dance the Elder, its magnificent interiors, including an impressive art collection and stunning banqueting hall, can be visited on a weekly tour, which leaves from the porch entrance on Walbrook. The 40 tickets are sold on a first-come-first-served basis.