Sights and Attractionss near The London Stone

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Mansion House
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
City of London, City, London EC4N | 2 minutes walk from The London Stone
Mansion House, the Palace of the London Mayor, was originally for the Lord Mayor to represent the City in appropriate style, Sir Crispin Gascoigne was... More
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Bank of England Museum
London > Attractions > Museums
Bartholomew Lane, City, London EC2R | 4 minutes walk from The London Stone
Sorry, no free samples here but you can get your hands on a real gold bar. Housed within the Bank of England, the Bank of... More
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The Monument
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Fish Street Hill, City, London EC3R | 4 minutes walk from The London Stone
Following an 18-month closure which began in 2007, The Monument reopened in February 2009 revealing the effects of a 4.5 million renovation. If you're feeling... More
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St Magnus the Martyr
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Lower Thames Street, City, London EC3R | 4 minutes walk from The London Stone
St Magnus' was built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1671-76, and boasts a steeple dating from 1705. Henry Yevele, Richard II's master mason, is buried... More
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Walkie Talkie / 20 Fenchurch Street
London > Attractions > Sights
20 Fenchurch Street, City, London EC3M | 5 minutes walk from The London Stone
Designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Vinoly, 20 Fenchurch Street, nicknamed the 'Walkie Talkie' made headlines before it even opened when it 'melted' cars... More
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Lloyd's of London
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
12 Leadenhall Street, City, London EC3V | 6 minutes walk from The London Stone
The landmark Lloyd's building, at 1 Lime Street, is arguably one of the most iconic buildings in The City. Designed by architect Richard Rogers, it... More
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Tower 42 - formerly NatWest Tower
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, City, London EC2N | 7 minutes walk from The London Stone
At 601 feet, Tower 42 was the first skyscraper in the City of London when it was officially opened in June 1981 by Her... More
St Swithin's Garden
London > Attractions > Parks and Gardens
Oxford Court, City, London EC4N | At The London Stone
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St Mary Abchurch
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Abchurch Lane, City, London EC4N | 1 minute from The London Stone
One of Wren\'s finest and least spoilt churches, St Mary's has been described as a treasury of 17th century art. Visitors will be instantly struck... More
St Stephen Walbrook
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
39 Walbrook, City, London EC4N | 1 minute from The London Stone
One of Sir Christopher Wren's smaller masterpieces, this church has been immaculately restored. The central altar is by Henry Moore, and there is a magnificent... More
St Mary Woolnoth Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Lombard Street, City, London EC3V | 2 minutes walk from The London Stone
One of six Hawksmoor churches, this is the only one in the City of London. A robust Baroque facade and superbly treated North Wall with... More
Skinner's Hall
London > Attractions > Other Attractions
8 Dowgate Hill, City, London EC4R | 2 minutes walk from The London Stone
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St Michael Paternoster Royal Mission to Seafarers
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
College Hill, City, London EC4R | 2 minutes walk from The London Stone
This is a Wren church (1686-94), with a steeple of 1713 and fine windows, including the Dick Whittington window, by John Hayward. There is also... More
No 1 Poultry
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
City, London EC2R | 2 minutes walk from The London Stone
Occupying the site of the former Mappin & Webb jewellery showrooms, No 1 Poulty is a landmark building in The City designed by James Stirling... More
Church of St Mary Aldermary
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Bow Lane, City, London EC4M | 3 minutes walk from The London Stone
A church rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren, approximately 1680, in the Gothic style after it was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. It is,... More
St James' Church Garlickhythe
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Garlick Hill, City, London EC4V | 3 minutes walk from The London Stone
Sir Christopher Wren church built on the site of the pre-fire church dating from 1326, a leading centre of pilgrimage during the Middle Ages. 'Garlickhythe'... More
Vintners' Hall
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Upper Thames Street, City, London EC4V | 3 minutes walk from The London Stone
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Fishmongers' Hall
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
London Bridge, City, London EC4R | 4 minutes walk from The London Stone
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The Parish Church Of St Michael's Cornhill
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
St Michael's Alley, City, London EC3V | 4 minutes walk from The London Stone
This Sir Christopher Wren church was built in 1672, and has a tower by Nicholas Hawksmoor (1722). The church was later restored by Sir George... More
St Mary-Le-Bow Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Cheapside, City, London EC2V | 4 minutes walk from The London Stone
Christopher Wren church and home to the Bow Bells. The Tower of St Mary-Le-Bow is open to visitors. The Norman crypt with its chapel was... More
St Margaret's Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Lothbury, City, London EC2R | 4 minutes walk from The London Stone
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Painters' Hall
London > Attractions > Other Attractions
9 Little Trinity Lane, City, London EC4V | 4 minutes walk from The London Stone
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St Peter upon Cornhill
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Cornhill, City, London EC3V | 5 minutes walk from The London Stone
Restored Wren church from 1680 situated on, reputedly, the oldest church site in the City of London (AD2). The building is now used for the... More
Stock Exchange
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Old Broad Street, City, London EC2N | 5 minutes walk from The London Stone
The London Stock Exchange, one of the oldest stock exchanges in the world with a history dating back more than 300 years, is at the... More
St Lawrence Jewry-Next-Guildhall
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Gresham Street, City, London EC2V | 5 minutes walk from The London Stone
Dedicated to St Lawrence who was roasted alive on a grid iron in 3rd century Rome, this church was rebuilt by Wren in 1670-87. Unfortunately it... More
St Mary-at-Hill Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Lovat Lane, City, London EC3R | 6 minutes walk from The London Stone
For centuries London's fish trade was based in Billingsgate and the surrounding area. By virtue of this, the nearby church, St Mary-at-Hill, was adopted by... More
Guildhall
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Gresham Street, City, London EC2P | 6 minutes walk from The London Stone
Since the Middle Ages the Guildhall has been the centre of Government for the City of London. The current building has stood in the geographical... More
St Margaret Pattens
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Rood Lane, Eastcheap, City, London EC3M | 6 minutes walk from The London Stone
This Wren church was built in 1688. It contains canopied churchwarden's boxes, choir-stalls, a pulpit, lectern, sword rests, pictures, a Della Robbia plaque and a... More
Clockmaker's Museum, Guildhall Library
London > Attractions > Museums
The Clock Room, Guildhall Library 5 Aldermanbury, Clerkenwell, London EC2V | 6 minutes walk from The London Stone
An exceptional collection of historic clocks, watches, and marine timekeepers. The majority of items in the collection range from c.1600-c.1850. ... More
St Dunstan in the East
London > Attractions > Sights
St Dunstan's Hill, City, London EC3R | 6 minutes walk from The London Stone
This secluded garden nestles in the ruins of St Dunstan in the East, the building was rebuilt after the Great Fire of London only to... More
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Dr Johnsons Houses
Tours | Until 31st December 2016 

Dr Johnson's House 13 minutes walk from The London Stone

A 300 year old town house, nestled amongst a maze of courts and alleys. It was built in 1700 and ...More

Battlefield
Battlefield
Theatre | Until 27th February 2016 

The Young Vic 18 minutes walk from The London Stone

Thirty years after Peter Brook's mammoth nine-hour production of the Mahabharata took the world of theatre by storm, ...More

 
The Master Builder
The Master Builder
Theatre | Until 19th March 2016 

Old Vic Theatre 19 minutes walk from The London Stone

Award-winning film and stage actor Ralph Fiennes stars in a new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's The ...More

 
Fabric
Clubbing and Nightlife | On 6th February 2016 

Fabric 19 minutes walk from The London Stone

Apollonia, the collaboration between Dan Ghenacia, Dyed Soundorom and Shonky supply an extended set of house, plus Robin Ordell, Terry ...More

Torn Papers And Walls Paper
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from The London Stone

Works by a selection of contemporary and abstract artists in response to the theme of Cities. Featuring work by Mark ...More

Between Man And Matter
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from The London Stone

Works providing an insight into the affinities between artists working in Japan, Europe and the United States, many of whom ...More

Sam Francis And Brett Weston
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from The London Stone

Compare and contrast the work of American artists; painter Sam Francis and photographer Brett Weston, who each explored the relationship ...More

Hyundai Commission 2015: Abraham Cruzvillegas
Hyundai Commission 2015: Abraham Cruzvillegas
Exhibitions | Until 3rd April 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from The London Stone

A new annual series of site-specific Hyundai Commissions at the Tate Modern Turbine Hall commences with Mexican sculptor Abraham Cruzvillegas, ...More

 
Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture
Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture
Exhibitions | Until 3rd April 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from The London Stone

Exhibiting how Alexander Calder's dynamic mobiles brought together motion, performance and theatricality, Performing Sculpture at Tate Modern is the first ...More

 
Artist Rooms: Phyllida Barlow
Exhibitions | Until 31st December 2016 

Tate Modern 21 minutes walk from The London Stone

Large-scale sculptural installations made using everyday household or DIY materials which have been transformed through processes of layering and accumulation....More

 
 
 
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