22 January 2010
All Hallows by the Tower was founded in 675 and is the oldest church in the City of London. The church survived the Great Fire in 1666 and, despite damage during the Blitz, many of its original features remain, including the seventh-century Saxon arch, the fifteenth-century Tate panel, and an exquisite Baptismal font that was carved by Grinling Gibbons in 1682. We also visit the Crypt Museum.
10.30–11.30am; Byward Street, EC3; SOLD OUT