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Guildhall Art Gallery and London’s Roman Amphitheatre will be open from 12:30pm until 4pm on Thursday 30 March. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

The City of London has a working record of its history stretching back nearly one thousand years. Enjoy a rare opportunity to view treasures held in trust for the nation.

On display 

Richard Whittington

Probably the best known Lord Mayor of London, Richard Whittington’s will and seal are on display six hundred years after his death.

Stephen Lawrence

Stephen Lawrence was murdered in an unprovoked racist attack thirty years ago, his head teacher at the John Roan School wrote at the time of the school community’s grief and anger at his death.

The display includes a report by the headteacher of John Roan School in Greenwich, following Stephen Lawrence’s death. 

World War Two Bomb Damage Maps

The London County Council Bomb Damage Maps are a compelling insight into the impact of enemy action on London, the map for east of the City of London shows the extensive destruction of the docks and Rotherhithe.

Book your free general admission tickets and find more information about this Heritage Gallery exhibition that will be on display until 28 April 2023.

World War Two Bomb Damage Maps
World War Two Bomb Damage Maps