One of London's noteworthy Anglican churches, St Martin-in-the-Fields is the parish to Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing ... More
One of London's noteworthy Anglican churches, St Martin-in-the-Fields is the parish to Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street. Redesigned by James Gibbs in 1726, its Georgian architecture has been an inspiration the world over. The intricate citadel towers over Trafalgar Square and the structure boasts beautiful woodwork and Italian carvings. Located in the heart of the capital, the venue prides itself on hosting some of the best music events in history. From 18th Century classical acts by Mozart to weekly jazz nights by emerging artists, the space has seen it all. With state-of-the-art acoustics and magnificent backdrop to its credit, experience world-class entertainment.
I love this little church. It has a cozy atmosphere and a wonderful free lunchtime concerts. Their evening concerts are a bargain and the Cafe in the Crypt has excellent food at a reasonable price. The Cafe does get busy during the lunch hour, so plan on strolling the National Gallery first and then have a late lunch.
First built in 694 but destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666, the beautiful building that stands today was designed
by Sir Christopher Wren and completed in 1710. St. Paul's has been host to many important occasions including the ...
There is an interesting history to this picturesque little church; and the fact that it is half hidden behind black
gates and squashed between the modern shops in Coney Street means that visitors to the city quite often walk ...
You won't want to forget your camera when you head off on one of these cruises. A fleet of 15
boats provides sightseeing trips that run daily between London's four main destination piers, Westminster, Waterloo, Tower, and Greenwich. Some ...