Landmarks & Historical Sites
As a landmark to one of the most famous events in London's
history, the Monument stands alone.
Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Dr Robert Hooke, and
completed in 1677, this colossal column commemorates the Great Fire
of London and celebrates the City which rose from the ashes.
Every year over 150,000 visitors climb the 311 spiral steps to the
Monument's observation gallery to enjoy unique and exhilarating
views of the capital.
Major restoration work was completed in 2010, ensuring that The
Monument has a new lease of life - sparkling and revitalized, come
and enjoy it afresh.
Opening times: 1 April - 30 September
9.30am - 17.30pm (last admission)
1 October - 31 March 9.30am - 17.00pm (last admission)
Telephone: 0207 626 2717
2FOR1 Monument to the Great Fire of London
This offer expires on 31 October 2015
Fish Street Hill,
Closest National Rail stations: Fenchurch
Street, London Bridge
Unfortunately there is no access for disabled visitors due to
the nature of the attraction.
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