The St Pancras Old Church, dedicated to the Roman martyr Saint Pancras, is believed to be one of the oldest churches in England. There has been a church on the site since at least around 314 AD, but the current structure is mostly from the 19th century with some traces of an older Norman structure. Surrounding the church is a cemetery converted into the St Pancras gardens, which contain a memorial to Mary Wollstonecraft who was originally buried there before her remains were moved to Bournemouth.
London, United Kingdom
Nearest Transit: Wembley Park (Lines: Jubilee, Metropolitan)
St. Pancras Old Church and Cemetery and Nearby Attractions on Map
Wembley Stadium(1.8 km)
The guided tour through the Changing Rooms, Press Room and Players' Tunnel includes access to Wembley's historical treasures such as the Jules Rimet Trophy commemorating England's World Cup glory, the tablets that commemorated London's 1948 Olympic Games and FA cup replica.
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