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The Monument

The Monument was designed by Sir Christopher Wren, and erected between 1671 and 1677, it commemorates the Great Fire of London, which devastated the original walled city in September 1666. It is a 62 m (205 ft) column with 311 steps that take you to a viewing platform at the top, that has all round views of the City of London. It is said to be 62 m west of where the fire started in Pudding Lane. A certificate of completion is awarded to those who make it to the top and back alive!


Address: Monument Street, London, EC3R 8AH

Phone: +44 (0)20 7626 2717

Location Map: Click Here

Nearest Tube: Monument

Entrance Fees:
Adult: £3.00
Child: £1.00
Concessions: N/A

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Other Resources:
www.cityoflondon.gov.uk




More historic buildings in London:

|Big Ben | Buckingham Palce | Eltham Palace | Greenwich Observatory | Kensington Palace | Southwark Cathedral | Spencer House | St Martin in the Fields | St Pauls Cathedral | The Monument | Tower Bridge | Tower of London | Westminster Abbey


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