Visit: Lloyd's of London
- Lloyd's of London |
By 1688, Lloyd’s had become well established in the financial life of London
and is now the world’s leading insurance market. Initially, its home was Edward
Lloyd’s coffee house in Tower Street; it subsequently occupied a number of
buildings across the City before moving to
its current home in Lime Street. Built by Richard Rogers between 1978 and 1986, it has become an iconic London landmark,and this guided visit includes an introductory talk on the history, development and present-day activities of Lloyd’s. A tour of the building follows, and visitors will be
able to see the historic Lutine Bell in the Underwriting Room.
Please note: visitors must observe smart dress code (businessstyle dress for
women, jacket and tie for men), and ID is required to gain entry.
Nearest Tube: Monument, Bank
1 Lime Street, London London EC3M 7HA