View: Bank of England Parlours

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The Curator of the Bank of England conducts this private view, giving visitors the opportunity to see inside the most famous bank in the world and discover the Bank’s Parlours – the grand rooms where senior officials have their offices. The Parlours contain late 18th- and early 19th-century furniture, as well as a collection of paintings connected to the Bank’s history. Also on view are the mosaics that decorate the front hall, by the early 20th-century Russian artist Boris Anrep. The tour is a blend of architectural, banking, economic and monetary history, and includes the Committee Room and Court Room.

Venue details

Bank of England
Threadneedle Street London London EC2R 8AH