The City of London is host to a number of great tourist attractions and welcomes 6.3 million visitors to the area each year, many of which are in close proximity to One New Change.
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St. Paul's, with its world famous dome, is an iconic feature of the London skyline. Step inside and you can enjoy the cathedral's awe-inspiring interior, and uncover fascinating stories about its history.

Since the first service was held here in 1697, Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece has been where people and events of overwhelming importance to the country have been celebrated, mourned and commemorated. Important services have included the funerals of Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and Sir Winston Churchill; Jubilee celebrations for Queen Victoria; the wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales, to Lady Diana Spencer and more recently, the Service of Remembrance and Commemoration for the 11th September 2001.

So why not explore St Paul's for yourself? Whether you try out the acoustic quirks of the Whispering Gallery, climb up to the Golden Gallery and enjoy breathtaking views across London, or take a moment for reflection and contemplation - a visit to St Paul's will be one you won't forget. 

St Paul's
            Image by Peter Smith


Step inside the Museum of London for an unforgettable journey through the capital’s turbulent past. Discover prehistoric London, see how the city changed under Romans and Saxons, wonder at medieval London and examine the tumultuous years when London was ravaged by civil wars, plague and fire. Then venture into the Galleries of Modern London where you can walk the streets of Victorian London, take a stroll in recreated pleasure gardens and marvel at the magnificent Lord Mayor’s Coach.

FREE entry.

Museum of London

150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN


Tel: 020 7001 9844


Nearest tube station: St Paul’s, Barbican

Nearest rail station: Liverpool St, City Thameslink, Farringdon 

Open daily 10am – 6pm (closed 24-26 December)

Museum of London


The Tate Modern is the national gallery of international modern art. Located on London's South Bank and created in the year 2000 from a disused power station, it is one of the family of four Tate galleries which display selections from the Tate Collection. The Collection comprises the national collection of British art from the year 1500 to the present day, and of international modern art.
Tate Modern
The Barbican is Europe's largest multi-arts and conference venue presenting a diverse range of art, music, theatre, dance, film and education events. It is also home to the London Symphony Orchestra. It is also a great space to catch special events such as architectural tours, family workshops, talks and interactive sessions with artists and performers.
Barbican Logo
The London landmark provides striking views from its high-level walkways, plus a chance to go behind the scenes in the Engine Rooms. 

This medieval fortress has served as royal palace, protector of the Crown Jewels and, of course, a prison. There are great events throughout the year.
Tower Bridge
Tower of London
Just 202ft from where the Great Fire of 1666 started stands this towering stone column. Originally opened a decade after the fire itself, it closed for a grand renovation and re-opened in 2009 with a great new viewing gallery at the top. 


The most famous criminal court in the world is over 100 years old and sees more than 1,500 cases a year, including the most serious murder and terrorist trials. On the roof sits a 12-foot gold leaf finial of justice holding a sword in one hand and scales of justice in the other. Trials are accessible to the public via the public viewing galleries only - there are entry restrictions.
Old Bailey

Located within the imposing walls of the Bank of England, this fascinating Museum tells the history of the Bank from its foundation in 1694 to the present day. Its unique collections of coins, banknotes and artefacts are supplemented by audio-visual and interactive displays.
Visitors can even handle a real gold bar!

Bank of England
Located next to St Paul’s Cathedral, the Grange St Paul’s combines contemporary style and modern flair. With a stunning glass atrium, including world-famous Japanese teppanyaki restaurant, Benihana, this is a perfect place to put your feet up and enjoy an afternoon tea.  The hotel boasts a breath-taking penthouse-level Sky Bar and nightclub, Club Ten. Both are available for private hire. A dedicated conference and events centre has the capacity to hold 2,000 delegates and has the flexibility to host 500 for dinner. The Health and Fitness Club has a stunning 18m swimming pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi and the adjoining Ajala Spa offers a unique Sun Therapy Room and a tempting range of sumptuous treatments. With over 400 luxurious bedrooms with state-of-the-art in-room entertainment, the Grange St Paul’s is the ideal place to stay whilst visiting One New Change and the City of London
Grange Hotel