300 years ago, Britain’s greatest architect, Sir Christopher Wren, died at the age of 90, just as his finest work, St Paul’s Cathedral, was completed.
Join Harry Mount, architectural historian and editor of The Oldie, for a walking tour of Wren’s London, from St Paul’s to his fabulous City Churches, built after the Great Fire of London.
Includes lunch (and wine) in Middle Temple Hall, the best Elizabethan building in London.
11am: Meet Harry Mount outside the main western entrance of St Paul’s Cathedral
1pm: Two-course lunch in Middle Temple Hall
Tickets are £135 (inc VAT) per person, including lunch with wine.
Limited to 20 people.
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