The Old Bailey is opening its doors to the public for guided tours this summer. Join City of London Guides to discover history, famous trials, unexpected artworks of the most famous court house in the world
Discover one of the most impressive churches in the City of London, designed by Christopher Wren.
Located at The Royal Philatelic Society London, The Spear Museum of Philatelic History has a large collection of artefacts and records, a valuable resource for research.
The oldest synagogue in the United Kingdom in continuous use, opened in 1701.
Welcome to the London Centre! Home of NLA, London’s built environment community, and located in the West Wing of the Guildhall complex, the Centre highlights the people, places and buildings that make London a world class city.
See the magnificent Temple Bar - the only surviving gateway to the City of London, from the original eight.
Learn something new! Gresham College has been providing free, public lectures since 1597 when Sir Thomas Gresham founded the college to bring the ‘new learning’ to Londoners.
The Barbican is an international arts and learning centre, pushing the boundaries of all major art forms including dance, film, music, theatre and visual arts.
Discover the latest new releases alongside a curated programme of international cinema, ScreenTalks, and family events, from celebrated filmmakers to ground-breaking and under-heard voices from past and present.
Swingers City is just a stone’s throw away from the Gherkin in central London. Plunge into an 1920s English countryside inspired golf club with its elegant clubhouse, rolling greens and first-rate hospitality to discover epic crazy golf, amazing cocktails and delicious street food.
Visit the City of London’s largest public rooftop space - free to visit and no booking required. The Garden at 120 is located atop the Fen Court building at 120 Fenchurch Street.
In 2023, St Bartholomew's Hospital celebrates its 900th anniversary. The hospital museum tells the story of nine centuries of healthcare at the edge of the City of London.
St Dunstan in the East Church Garden is a truly unique space set within the ruins of a Wren church. This green oasis has benches and a fountain with greenery draping the historic walls.
Discover the vast, bold and brutal Barbican estate on this 90 minute Architecture Tours.
The City Information Centre (CIC) is London's only independent tourist information centre.
Built in 1123, Saint Bartholomew the Great Church is the oldest surviving building in the City of London.
Visit The City Wall at Vine Street for a fascinating journey through 2,000 years of London history.
Discover London’s castle – a secure fortress, royal palace, infamous prison and execution site where you can explore 1,000 years of history.
It’s been claimed to be a Druidic altar, a Roman milestone, and the magical ‘heart of London’.
The magnificent Grade I listed Mansion House built in 1739, by Architect George Dance the Elder, is the home and office of the Lord Mayor of the City of London.
Home of the City of London Corporation, Guildhall Great Hall has been the centre of City government since the Middle Ages.
One of the few houses in London which survived the 1666 Great Fire of London, Prince Henry's Room is located at 17 Fleet Street.
Guildhall Yard is an outdoor space used for public and private events throughout the year.
The London's Roman Amphitheatre is an interactive and educational attraction, which allows you to dive into the ancient history of Roman London.
Guildhall Art Gallery is located in the heart of the City of London and is home to the City of London Corporation's art collection.
Visit the spectacular Barbican Conservatory and explore this hidden tropical oasis in the heart of the City of London.
Founded in or around 1080 as the London headquarters of the archbishops of Canterbury.
St Stephen Walbrook is Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece and the birthplace of the Samaritans.
The Charterhouse has been living the nation’s history since 1371. Encompassing seven acres between Barbican and Farringdon, the Charterhouse has been a monastery, a Tudor mansion, a boys’ school and an almshouse, which it remains to this day.
City of London guides offer daily, weekly and monthly walks around the City of London.
The Monument commemorates one of the most significant events in London's history: the Great Fire of 1666.
St Paul's Cathedral, with its world-famous dome, is an iconic feature of the London skyline.
Dr Johnson’s House is a rare 17th - century town house just off Fleet Street in the City of London, and home to Samuel Johnson for over a decade.
St Bride Foundation is one of London’s hidden gems. Housed in a beautiful Grade II listed Victorian building, St Bride Foundation was originally set up in 1891 to serve the burgeoning print and publishing trade of nearby Fleet Street.
The Anglican Guild Church of St Dunstan in the West is situated on Fleet Street, just within the borders of the City of London.
The Sky Garden is one of the most exciting additions to London’s skyline and dining scene.
As the oldest church in the City of London, All Hallows by the Tower brings centuries of history to life.
Explore the history of the Bank of England and what it does today.
This cultural hub showcases the Roman Temple of Mithras and a selection of the remarkable Roman artefacts.
Leadenhall Market is a buzzy, beautiful and airy market in the heart of the City of London
The finest retail experience in the heart of the City of London.