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Bank of England Architecture Walking Tour

11 June 2024

12:00 -13:15

Explore 300 years of the Bank of England’s architectural history from its beginning in 1694 to its current building in Threadneedle Street to see how it was reimagined and rebuilt throughout the years.

The free tour will take you outside the Bank’s first premises in Mercer’s Hall in Cheapside and Grocer’s Hall in Princes Street. Then marvel at the classical façade of the Bank’s current building which has changed many times over the years from 1734 to 1939.

Continue the tour inside the Bank of England Museum where you can see the reconstruction of the old Stock Office – a late 1700’s banking hall designed by Soane. Learn how the classical style masks the security features which protect the Bank.

After the tour, feel free to wander inside the museum to find out more about the history of the Bank.

Image: Bank of England Archive

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Location

Bank of England Museum

Bartholomew Lane,
London
EC2R 8AH

The Museum entrance is on Bartholomew Lane, around the corner from the main entrance of the Bank of England.


Tickets / Admission

Free

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Organiser

Bank of England Museum

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible
Assistance dogs welcome
Accessible toilet
Baby Changing Facility
Gender Neutral Toilet


For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: chloe.bazlen@bankofengland.co.uk .
View the LFA accessibility policy here


Tours will consist of 60 minutes of walking around the City of London, and 15 minutes in the Museum. Please ensure you are comfortable on your feet for this timeframe.

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