Places to go in Fleet Street & St Paul's

Or, see what's on in Fleet Street & St Paul's.

  • Old Bank Of England

    Pub

    194 Fleet Street, The City, EC4A 2LT [map]

    This Italian style building was built in 1888 and was formerly the Law Courts branch of the Bank of England. It became a pub in 1995. Fullers have spent a lot of time and money redecorating this…

  • Patch

    Bar

    58-60 Carter Lane, The City, EC4V 5EA [map]

    Patch is a stylish and contemporary cocktail bar situated over the ground floor and basement in Carter Lane, near St. Paul's in the City.

  • Prince Henry's Room

    Historic Site & House

    17 Fleet Street, EC4Y 1AA [map]

    One of the few buildings left untouched by the Great Fire of London in 1666. There is a collection of items on loan from the Pepys Society and original 17thC wood panelling. Also has one of the…

  • The Rising Sun

    Pub

    61 Carter Lane, The City, EC4V 5DY [map]

    The Rising Sun is a pub that serves a wide selection of drinks and also boasts a restaurant called The City Thaicoon which serves a variety of Thai dishes.

  • Samuel Pepys

    Pub

    Stew Lane, The City, EC4R 3TN [map]

    Samuel Pepys is a pub and restaurant serving a variety of wines, beers and spirits, with a seasonal menu. Catering for private parties of up to 120 guests is available upon request.

  • Snow & Rock

    Sports Goods Shop

    47-51 King William Street, The City, EC4R 9AF [map]

    Snow & Rock cater for a wide variety of outdoor pursuits ranging from skiing and snow boarding to mountaineering and trekking equipment. All major clothing brands are sold (including children's wear)…

  • St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe Church

    Historic Site & House

    Queen Victoria Street, EC4V 5DE [map]

    Built by Sir Christopher Wren (1685-1695) and reconstructed between 1959-1963 after war damage. Memorials to Shakespeare and Dowland. Early 16thC figures of St Andrew and St Ann holding the…

  • St Brides Fleet Street

    Historic Site & House

    Fleet Street, EC4Y 8AU [map]

    This church, restored by Sir Christopher Wren, has a large crypt museum which tells the story of the 6 previous churches which stood here. Pepys was baptised here and the church has many American…

  • St Dunstan in the West

    Historic Site & House

    184 Fleet Street, EC4A 2EA [map]

    The church, designed by John Shaw in 1833 complete with Gothic lantern tower, lies on the north side of Fleet Street. Its unusual octagonal shape is most appropriate to the church's ecumenical…

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  • St Martin-within-Ludgate

    Historic Site & House

    Ludgate Hill, EC4M 7DE [map]

    Sir Christopher Wren church which was rebuilt after the Great Fire of London in 1666 and opened in 1684. Also has Grinling Gibbons carvings. Lunchtime music on Wednesday at 1315. Services on…

  • St Mary Abchurch

    Historic Site & House

    Abchurch Lane, EC4N 7BA [map]

    One of Wren's finest churches and least spoilt churches. It has a magnificent dome and an altarpiece by Grinling Gibbons and has been described as a treasury of 17thC art. Features examples of…

  • St. Paul's Cathedral Shop

    Home & Gift

    Chapter House, St Paul's Churchyard, EC4M 8AD [map]

    St Pauls Cathedral Shop is a gift shop that supplies a wide and diverse selection of gifts, ranging from silver jewellery, china and candles to pencils and rubbers. They also sell a selection of CDs,…

  • St Stephen Walbrook

    Historic Site & House

    39 Walbrook, EC4N 8BN [map]

    Sir Christopher Wren's smaller masterpiece, immaculately restored. The central altar is by Henry Moore. Magnificent organ with recitals on Friday 1230-1330 (free admission). Wonderful choir (Sung…

  • Superdry

    Fashion Shop

    New Change, The City, EC4M 9AD [map]

    Superdry sell casual clothing, footwear and accessories for men and women.

  • Swatch Store

    Clocks & Watches

    New Change, The City, EC4M 9AD [map]

    Swatch Store stock an extensive range of Swatch watches, clocks and accessories including straps and batteries.

  • Sweetings

    Seafood

    39 Queen Victoria St, City of London, EC4N 4SF [map]

    Sweetings serves good fresh fish and seafood to an appreciative clientele and is located in the heart of the City. Arrive early to guarantee seating, which is allotted on a first come first served…

  • The Temple Church

    Entertainment Venue

    The Master's House, Temple, EC4Y 7BB [map]

    Temple Church was founded in the 12th Century by the Knights Templar a Christain military order from the Middle Ages. The area originally included a military compound and training ground for the…

  • Wagamama

    Japanese Restaurant

    107-111 Fleet Street, The City, EC4A 2AF [map]

    The first Wagamama noodle bar opened in 1992, near the British Museum in Central London, and was immediately a success. With several noodle bars in London and now nationwide, Wagamama offers a fast…

  • Wildy & Sons

    Books

    16 Fleet Street, The City, EC4Y 1AU [map]

    Wildy & Sons stock books primarily for the legal profession and other law related matters.

  • Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese

    Pub

    145 Fleet Street, The City, EC4A 2BU [map]

    Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese in Fleet Street has stood on the same spot for centuries. The historic pub had to be rebuilt after the Great Fire of London in 1666. Its dark, gloomy interior has hosted many famous figures including, reputedly, Charles Dickens, Dr Samuel Johnson and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.