St Mary-at-Hill, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin, is another of the churches re-designed by Sir Christopher Wren in English Baroque style after the Great Fire of London engulfed the city in 1666. The October Festival of the Sea here celebrates the Fish Harvest.
St Mary at Hill EC3R 8EE
Nearest Transit: Monument (Lines: Circle, District)
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St Mary-at-Hill and Nearby Attractions on Map
St Paul's Cathedral(1.2 km)
St Paul's Cathedral is one of London's most recognisable buildings standing atop Ludgate Hill, designed by Sir Christopher Wren to replace the Gothic medieval cathedral destroyed in 1666 in the Great Fire of London.
Tower Bridge(0.8 km)
Tower Bridge is a 19th century bridge adjacent to the Tower of London with high neo-Gothic towers and a drawbridge.
Tower Of London(0.6 km)
The Tower of London is one of the world's most famous and spectacular fortresses, with a fascinating 900-year history as a royal palace and prison abounding in gruesome stories of treachery, intrigue, adultery and execution.
The Old Operating Theatre(0.7 km)
The Old Operating Theatre, Britain's oldest operating theatre, is an unusual tourist attraction, located on top of St.
Tate Modern(1.1 km)
Tate Modern is an enormous art gallery converted from the former Bankside Power Station that exhibits contemporary and modern art from around the world dating post 1900, arranged thematically and chronologically.
OXO Tower(1.7 km)
The OXO Tower is frequented by people visiting the restaurant, brasserie and bar on the top floor, which offer a great view over the Thames.
South Bank(1.7 km)
Museum of London(1.3 km)
The Museum of London traces the history of London to the present day, starting from the developments around Thames banks 450 million years ago.
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