2 March 2009
Fishmongers’ Hall houses the most ancient of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London, with a history of over 700 years. The current hall, designed and built from 1831–35 with the assistance of Henry Roberts and Gilbert Scott RA, is a rare example of a free-standing and largely unaltered Greek-Revival town building. Our private tour also includes seventeenth- and eighteenth-century silver plate and key works by Romney and Scott.
10.30am–12.15pm; £19 (includes coffee); London Bridge, EC4R; SOLD OUT