Tallow Chandler's Hall

  • Tallow Chandler's Hall |
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  • 13, 27 February 2012 - 14:30 until 16:00

The present Tallow Chandler's Hall, a Grade 1 listed building was constructed in 1672 after the Great Fire of London, but the tallow chandlers have been on this site since 1476.

Having survived the Blitz, this is one of the few livery halls to remain unchanged since the 17th century.

During the tour, which includes a talk on the history of the building and the company, you will see the beautiful oak-panelled parlour, the elegant hall and the well-preserved Stuart Court Room.

Venue details

Tallow Chandler's Hall
4 Dowgate Hill London EC4R 2SH