Event venue

Wren architecture

Demolished / destroyed works

Associated with Wren

City Churches

Wren’s house at Hampton Court

Associated with Wren

The Old Court House, Hampton Court Green, East Molesey, KT8 9BS

Wren retired in 1718 and lived in this house.

Deanery at Windsor Castle

Associated with Wren

Windsor SL4 1NJ

Wren's father was Dean of Windsor & Wolverhampton and Register of the Order of the Garter

Scotland Yard

Associated with Wren

Great Scotland Yard, London SW1A 2HN

Office of the Surveyor General of the King's Works.

Wadham College, Oxford

Event venue

Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3PN

Wren studied here as a gentleman commoner (1649-1650). Obtained BA in 1650 and MA in 1653.

St Katharine Cree

City Churches

86 Leadenhall St, London EC3A 3BP

St Helen Bishopsgate

City Churches

Great St Helen's, London EC3A 6AT

St Giles Cripplegate

City Churches

Fore St, Barbican, London EC2Y 8DA

St Ethelburga

City Churches

78 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AG

St Dunstan-in-the West

City Churches

186a Fleet St, London EC4A 2HR

St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate

City Churches

Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3TL

St Botolph Aldgate

City Churches

Aldgate High St, London EC3N 1AB

St Botolph Aldersgate

City Churches

Aldersgate St, London EC1A 4EU

St Bartholomew the Less

City Churches

57A W Smithfield, London EC1A 9DS

St Bartholomew the Great

City Churches

W Smithfield, Barbican, London EC1A 9DS

St Andrew Undershaft

City Churches

St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BN

All Hallows on the Wall

Event venue

83 London Wall, London EC2M 5ND

All Hallows by the Tower

City Churches

Byward St, London EC3R 5BJ

All Souls’ College, Oxford

Associated with Wren

Oxford OX1 4AL

Wren was elected as a Fellow of All Souls' in 1653.

Versailles and Paris

Associated with Wren

Place d'Armes, 78000 Versailles, France

Wren visited Paris and Versailles in 1665, where he met Bernini, Mansart and Le Vau.

Corpus Christi, Oxford

Associated with Wren

Merton St, Oxford OX1 4JF

Wren studied here as a gentleman commoner (1646).

East Knoyle, Wiltshire

Associated with Wren

East Knoyle, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Wren's place of birth. His father was Rector of Bishop's Fonthill and East Knoyle.

The Library of the Royal College of Physicians

Demolished / destroyed works

Warwick Ln, London EC4M 7BR

Built in 1688 to house the library bequest of the Marquis of Dorchester. Demolished in the late 19th century.

St Michael, Crooked Lane

Demolished / destroyed works

London EC4R 9AY

Rebuilt in 1687 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1831 to widen approaches to the rebuilt London Bridge.

St Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street

Demolished / destroyed works

2-3 Old Change Ct, London EC4M 8EN

Rebuilt in 1683-1687 after the Great Fire of London. Damaged by fire in 1886 and demolished in 1893 under the Union of Benefices Act.

All Hallows Lombard Street

Demolished / destroyed works

Lombard Street, London EC3V 3LR

Rebuilt c.1694 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1937 and the tower and porch reused in the construction of All Hallows Twickenham.

St Matthew Friday Street

Event venue

Friday Street, London EC4M 9BT

Rebuilt in 1682-1685 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1885 under the Union of Benefices Act.

The King’s House, Winchester

Demolished / destroyed works

Peninsula Square, Winchester SO23 8GJ

Built 1683-1685, though funds ran out and the project was abandoned after the death of Charles II. Destroyed by fire in 1894.

All Hallows Bread Street

Demolished / destroyed works

Bread Street, Bread Street Ward, City of London

Rebuilt in 1681-1684 (tower completed 1698) after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1876 under the Union of Benefices Act.

St Benet Gracechurch

Demolished / destroyed works

60 Gracechurch St, London EC3V 0HR

Rebuilt in 1681-1686 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1868 under the Union of Benefices Act.

St Antholin, Budge Row

Demolished / destroyed works

Watling Street, Cordwainer, City of London

Rebuilt in 1678-1684 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1874 under the Union of Benefices Act.

St Swithin, London Stone

Demolished / destroyed works

105-109 Cannon St, London EC4N 5AD

Rebuilt in 1678 after the Great Fire of London. Destroyed by bombing in 1940 and demolished in 1962.

All-Hallows-the-Great

Demolished / destroyed works

13-16 Allhallows Ln, London EC4R 3UL

Rebuilt in 1677-1684 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1894 under the Union of Benefices Act.

St Michael Queenhithe

Demolished / destroyed works

60 High Timber St, London

Rebuilt in 1676-1686 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1876 under the Union of Benefices Act.

St Anne’s, Soho

Demolished / destroyed works

55 Dean St, London W1D 6AF

Built in 1677-1686. Destroyed by bombing in 1940 and not rebuilt. The tower by Samuel Pepys Cockerell (1801-1803) survives.

St Mildred, Bread Street

Demolished / destroyed works

30 Cannon St, London

Rebuilt in 1677-1683 after the Great Fire of London. Destroyed by bombing in 1941 and not rebuilt.

St Stephen Coleman Street

Demolished / destroyed works

37 Coleman St, London EC2R 5EH

Rebuilt in 1674-1681 after the Great Fire of London. Destroyed by bombing in 1940 and not rebuilt.

The Chapel Royal

Demolished / destroyed works

London SW1A 0AA

Remodelled in 1676. Destroyed by fire in 1698.

St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange

Demolished / destroyed works

Royal Exchange, London EC3V 3LP

Rebuilt 1675-1683 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1840 to widen Threadneedle Street.

St Michael Bassishaw

Demolished / destroyed works

65 Basinghall St, London EC2V 5DZ

Rebuilt 1675-1679 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1900 after being found structurally unsound.

The Duke of York’s Apartments

Demolished / destroyed works

Marlborough Rd, St. James's, London SW1A 1BQ

Built c. 1673, probably in connection with the Duke's second marriage.

Richmond House

Demolished / destroyed works

London SW1A 2NL

Additions made in 1672-1673 on behalf of the 3rd Duke of Richmond. Destroyed by fire in 1791.

St George Botolph Lane

Demolished / destroyed works

2-4 Eastcheap, London EC3M 1AE

Rebuilt in 1671-1676 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1904 after being found structurally unsound.

St Mildred, Poultry

Demolished / destroyed works

27 Poultry, London EC2R 8AJ

Rebuilt in 1671-1674 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1872 under the Union of Benefices Act.

St Dionis Backchurch

Demolished / destroyed works

168 Fenchurch St, London EC3M 6DE

Rebuilt in 1670-1684 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1878 under the Union of Benefices Act.

St Benet Fink

Demolished / destroyed works

Threadneedle St, London EC2R 8AY

Rebuilt in 1670-1675 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished between 1841 and 1846 to widen Threadneedle Street.

St Michael Wood Street

Demolished / destroyed works

10 Gresham St, London EC2V 7JD

Rebuilt in 1673 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1897 under the Union of Benefices Act.

St Mary Aldermanbury

Demolished / destroyed works

Love Ln, London EC2P 2NQ

Rebuilt in 1670-1677 after the Great Fire of London. Destroyed by bombing in 1940 and not rebuilt. Stones transported to Fulton, Missouri and rebuilt as a memorial to Sir Winston Churchill.

St Dunstan-in-the-East

Wren architecture

St Dunstan's Hill, London EC3R 5DD

Steeple added to repaired medieval church in 1695-1701 after the Great Fire of London. Destroyed by bombing in 1941, though tower survives. The ruins are now a public garden.

St Mary Somerset

Demolished / destroyed works

5 Lambeth Hill, London EC4V 4AG

Rebuilt in 1686-1694 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1871 under the Union of Benefices Act, the tower survives.

St Alban, Wood Street

Wren architecture

St Albans Tower, Wood St, Barbican, London EC2V 7AF

Rebuilt in 1685 after the Great Fire of London. Destroyed by bombing in 1940 and not rebuilt. The tower survives.

St Augustine Watling Street

Wren architecture

London EC4M 9AD

Rebuilt in 1683 (tower completed 1695) after the Great Fire of London. Destroyed by bombing in 1941 and not rebuilt. Tower restored in 1954 as a choir school.

Christ Church Greyfriars

Wren architecture

King Edward St, London EC1A 7BA

Rebuilt in 1687 (tower completed 1704) after the Great Fire of London. Destroyed by bombing in 1940 and not rebuilt. The tower survives.

St Olave Old Jewry

Wren architecture

St Olaves Ct, London EC2V 8EX

Rebuilt 1671-1679 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1887 under the Union of Benefices Act except the tower and west wall.

St Christopher le Stocks

Demolished / destroyed works

Threadneedle Street, Broad Street Ward, City of London

Rebuilt in 1671 after the Great Fire of London. Demolished in 1782 for the expansion of the Bank of England

The Chapter House, St Paul’s

Wren architecture

London EC4M 8AD

Built in 1715.

Trinity College, Oxford

Event venue

Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BH

Longleat House

Wren architecture

Warminster BA12 7NW

Alterations and additions from 1670, including the Best Gallery, Long Gallery, Old Library and Chapel.

Marlborough House

Wren architecture

Pall Mall, St. James's, London SW1Y 5HX

Commissioned by the Duchess of Marlborough, who subsequently fell out with Wren and his son and supervised construction herself.

St James’s Palace

Wren architecture

Marlborough Rd, St. James's, London SW1A 1BQ

Extensions in c.1702 of the State Apartments

Hampton Court Palace

Wren architecture

Hampton Ct Way, Molesey, East Molesey KT8 9AU

Significant extensions and additions built from 1689 onwards, including the Fountain Court, State Apartments for the King and for the Queen, and the East Facade.

Appleby Grammar School (now Sir John Moore Church of England Primary School)

Wren architecture

101 Top St, Appleby Magna, Swadlincote DE12 7AH

Built to an initial design by Wren, by Sir William Wilson, his pupil, in 1693-1697.

Kensington Palace

Wren architecture

Kensington Gardens, London W8 4PX

Expansions and additions built from 1690, including a number of state rooms and the Orangery (built in collaboration with Vanbrugh).

St Andrew, Holborn

Wren architecture

Holborn Viaduct, London EC4A 3AF

Rebuilt in 1686-1687 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1941 and subsequently restored.

St Margaret Lothbury

Wren architecture

Lothbury, London EC2R 7HH

Rebuilt in 1686-1690 after the Great Fire of London.

St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe

Wren architecture

St Andrew's Hill, Queen Victoria St, London EC4V 5DE

Rebuilt in 1685-1695 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing and subsequently restored.

St Michael Paternoster Royal

Wren architecture

College Hill, London EC4R 2RL

Rebuilt in 1685-1694 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1944 and subsequently restored.

Gresham College

Event venue

Barnard's Inn Hall, Barnards Inn, London EC1N 2HH

Wren appointed Professor of Astronomy at Gresham College in 1657

St Margaret Pattens

Wren architecture

Rood Ln, Eastcheap, London EC3M 1HS

Rebuilt in 1684-1687 after the Great Fire of London.

St Clement’s Eastcheap

Wren architecture

27 Clements Ln, London EC4N 7AE

Rebuilt in 1683-1687 after the Great Fire of London.

Temple Church

Wren architecture

Temple, London EC4Y 7BB

Refurbishments and modifications made in 1682.

Royal Hospital Chelsea

Event venue + Wren architecture

Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea SW3 4SR

Built 1682-1692.

St Mary Abchurch

Wren architecture

Abchurch Yard, London EC4N 7BA

Rebuilt in 1681-1686 after the Great Fire of London.

Tom Tower, Christ Church

Wren architecture

Christ Church, Oxford OX1 1DP

Built 1681-1682.

St Clement Danes

Wren architecture

Central Church of the Royal Air Force, Strand, London WC2R 1DH

Rebuilt in 1680-1682 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1941 and subsequently restored.

St Mary Aldermary

Wren architecture

Bow Ln, London EC4M 9BW

Rebuilt in 1679-1682 after the Great Fire of London.

St Anne & St Agnes

Wren architecture

Gresham St, London EC2V 7BX

Rebuilt in 1676-1687 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1940 and subsequently restored.

St Peter-upon-Cornhill

Wren architecture

Cornhill, London EC3V 3PD

Rebuilt in 1677-1684 after the Great Fire of London.

St Martin within Ludgate

Wren architecture

40 Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7DE

Rebuilt in 1677-1684 after the Great Fire of London.

St Benet Paul’s Wharf

Wren architecture

93 Queen Victoria St, London EC4V 4ER

Rebuilt in 1677-1683 after the Great Fire of London.

King’s Bench Walk

Wren architecture

King's Bench Walk, Temple, London EC4Y 7DE

Built in 1677-1678.

The Wren Library at Trinity College, Cambridge

Event venue

Trinity St, Cambridge CB2 1TQ

Built in 1677-1695.

St James’s Piccadilly

Wren architecture

197 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1J 9LL

Rebuilt in 1676-1684 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1940 and subsequently restored.

Flamsteed House (or the Royal Observatory)

Event venue + Wren architecture

Flamsteed House and Harrison's Sea Clocks, The Avenue, London SE10 8XJ

Built in 1675-1676.

The Wren Library at Lincoln Cathedral

Wren architecture

4 Priory Gate, Lincoln LN2 1PL

Built in 1681, after damage sustained to the Cathedral during the English Civil War.

St Stephen Walbrook

Wren architecture

39 Walbrook, London EC4N 8BN

Rebuilt in 1672-1679 after the Great Fire of London.

St Magnus-the-Martyr

Wren architecture

Lower Thames St, London EC3R 6DN

Rebuilt in 1671-1687 after the Great Fire of London, though altered after the widening of London Bridge in 1762.

St Nicholas Cole Abbey

Wren architecture

114 Queen Victoria St, London EC4V 4BJ

Rebuilt in 1671-1681 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1940 and subsequently restored.

The Monument

Wren architecture

Fish St Hill, London EC3R 8AH

Built in 1671-1677 to commemorate the Great Fire of London.

St Vedast-alias-Foster

Wren architecture

4 Foster Ln, London EC2V 6HH

Rebuilt in 1670-1697 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1940 and 1941 and subsequently restored.

St Lawrence Jewry

Wren architecture

Guildhall Yard, London EC2V 5AA

Rebuilt in 1670-1686 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1940 and subsequently restored.

St Bride Fleet Street

Wren architecture

Fleet St, London EC4Y 8AU

Rebuilt in 1672-1675 (steeple completed 1703) after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1940 and subsequently restored.

St Mary-le-Bow

Wren architecture

St Mary Le Bow Church, Cheapside, London EC2V 6AU

Rebuilt by Wren's Office of Works (1671-1673, steeple completed 1680) after the Great Fire of London.

St Edmund, King and Martyr

Wren architecture

St Edmund the King, 57, 59 Lombard St, London EC3V 9EA

Rebuilt in 1670-1679 after the Great Fire of London, though substantially damaged by bombing in 1917 and in 1941 and subsequently restored.

Temple Bar Gate

Wren architecture

Paternoster Lodge, 2 Paternoster Sq., London EC4M 7DX

Rebuilt in 1669-1672 after the Great Fire of London, though not destroyed in the fire.

Emmanel College Chapel

Event venue + Wren architecture

St Andrew's Street, Cambridge CB2 3AP

Built c. 1665-1677.

The Sheldonian Theatre

Event venue + Wren architecture

Broad St, Oxford OX1 3AZ

Built as Wren's second commission in 1664-1669.

Pembroke College Chapel

Wren architecture

Pembroke Street, Cambridge CB2 1RF

Built as Wren's first commission in 1662-1665.

St James Garlickhythe

Wren architecture

Garlick Hill, London EC4V 2AF

Rebuilt in 1676-1683 after the Great Fire of London, though exterior damaged by bombing in 1941 and subsequently restored.

St Sepulchre, Holborn Viaduct

Event venue

Greenwich, London

Event venue

Old Royal Naval College

Event venue + Wren architecture

King William Walk, London SE10 9NN

Begun in 1696 and completed by other architects including Hawksmoor, Vanbrugh, Talman, and Ripley (1729)

Thomas Tenison’s Library

Demolished / destroyed works

Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN

Built in 1688. Demolished for the construction of the National Gallery c. 1832.

St Paul’s Cathedral

Event venue + Wren architecture

St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD

Wren's crowning achievement. Rebuilt in 1669-1711 after the Great Fire of London.

Imperial College London

Event venue

Guildhall, City of London

Event venue

Downing College, University of Cambridge

Event venue