London St. Paul's: What's Nearby

London St. Paul's: What's Nearby

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Adjacent to St. Paul's Cathedral and located in the courtyard of the historic Stationers' Hall, this Club Quarters Hotel offers modern accommodations in a historic setting.

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    Our convenient location is close to many businesses as well as the Museum of London, Tate Modern, and the Millennium Bridge.
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    Self parking is available at Corporation of London Cark Park, a 10-15 minute walk from our hotel.  The cost is approximately £2.50 per hour, Monday through Friday 6am-7pm, and Saturdays 6am - 1:30 pm.  All other times and Bank and public holidays, the cost is £2.50 per visit.Motorcycles and bicycles  are free in designated bays.
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    The Museum of London tells the story of the city and its people with more than two million objects in its collections. It also holds the largest archaeological archive in Europe. Open daily, the museum also offers cafes, a restaurant, and a gift shop.
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    The Tate Modern is Britain's highly acclaimed national gallery of international modern and contemporary art. Free to visitors, it features such artists as Matisse, Picasso, Warhol, Pollack, and Bourgeois.
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    This museum is an appealing treasure trove of artifacts; visitors can find over 30,000 drawings and antiquities lurking in the nooks and crannies of the famous architect's house, including an alabaster sarcophagus of Seti I, dated 1370 BC.
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    Temple Church, with its rare circular nave, was established by the Knights Templar in the 12th century and played a central part in the blockbuster The DaVinci Code. On either side of the church, visitors will find gardens, dining halls, libraries, and chambers.
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    Discover a fascinating range of paintings dating to the 17th century, documenting London's dramatic history. Then step into the ruins of London's Roman Amphitheatre, where crowds once gathered to watch wild animal fights and gladitorial combats.
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    The largest public square in London, the square is flanked by a collection of buildings including Lindsey House, which dates back to the 17th century, and the Inns of Court. The grassy expanse is a popular place to lunch in the summer.
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