Visit: the Bank of England and the Fishmongers Hall

| Bank of England

The Bank of England was founded in 1694 and has, since then, functioned as the central bank of the country. Its architecture embraces work by Robert Taylor, John Soane and Herbert Baker. There will be a 50 minute talk on the Bank’s history followed by an independent visit to its Museum which includes silver, prints, paintings and banknotes. At 2pm a visit to the Fishmonger’s Hall, one of the twelve great Livery Companies of the City of London. The Curator will show a selection of the Company’s treasures including Annigoni’s portrait of the Queen, a fine collection of silver, and an embroidered 15th century funeral pall.

Venue information

Bank of England

Threadneedle Street London, EC2R 8AH

Entry details

15. Apply to Georgina Cartwright, 01794 389187 10.45am
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