In 1666, fire destroyed almost the entire City of London. Soon Sir Christopher Wren was giving the ruined City a serious make-over. Medieval London was lost forever. Or was it?
Walking the narrow streets of London, passing livery halls and hidden courts, we become aware of echoes of an earlier London. This is a place of wine and wardrobes, trade and theatricals.
Kings and commoners, knights and merchants: though long gone, their stories resonate from deep in the fabric of today’s City.
As we explore medieval streets, we tune in to the echoes of London as it was in the days of the Plantagenets and Tudors, meeting the likes of Richard Whittington and Thomas Cromwell.
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Details – London Before the Make-Over
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MEET: Outside the Blackfriar public house at 174 Queen Victoria Street EC4V 4EG (opposite Blackfriars Station)
Duration: Two hours (approximately)
Finish: on Bishopsgate, near Bank and Liverpool Street Stations
If you have any questions about this walk, please contact Dave
Pictures sourced from Wikimedia Commons