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Architectural heritage

Engraving showing Guildhall interior

The Corporation of London preserves and protects some of the finest examples of the City's architectural heritage - from the medieval Guildhall and Thames bridges to a Georgian town house and, beyond the City, the Grade One listed Keats House and an Elizabethan hunting lodge.

Find out in this section about these and other unique historic buildings in the Corporation's care.

View a map of Corporation-owned buildings within the City boundary.

New City Architecture exhibition

Date:                            21 May – 2 July 2004

Opening hours:              Open Wed-Mon 11am-6pm / Late night Thurs until 8pm

                                    Closed Tuesdays

Tickets:                         Admission free

Nearest tube:                 Liverpool St & Moorgate

 

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Lithograph showing Mansion House on the left Thousands of historic London images are now accessible via an electronic image database pioneered by the Corporation of London. Click here for the COLLAGE image database.
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City guides and lecturers
A mine of information about the City and its history, this section contains a full contact list for the City of London Guide Lecturers Association, including members' areas of special interest.