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London Mithraeum

Address

​12 Walbrook
London EC4N 8AA

Contact us

​Website: www.londonmithraeum.com
Email: info@londonmithraeum.com

Social Media #londonmithraeum

Accessibility

​Fully accessible.
See website for details.

Opening hours

Monday - Closed
Tuesday - 10am - 6pm
Wednesday - 10am - 6pm
Thursday - 10am - 6pm
Friday - 10am - 6pm
Saturday - 10am - 6pm
Sunday - ​12noon - 5pm

First Thursday of the month - 12noon - 8pm.

Closed: Christmas Day, New Years Day and bank holidays.

London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE returns the Roman Temple of Mithras to the location of its discovery in the heart of the City. Situated on the site of Bloomberg’s new European headquarters, this anticipated new cultural space will showcase the reconstructed temple, a selection of the remarkable Roman artefacts found during recent excavations, and a series of contemporary art commissions responding to one of the UK’s most significant archaeological sites.

The Temple of Mithras, originally constructed around AD 240, was first discovered in 1954 during the excavation of a World War II bomb site. It captured the imagination of the public, with an estimated 400,000 people visiting the uncovered remains. Today, seven metres below modern street level, the London Mithraeum will change the way we encounter archaeology, offering visitors an immersive experience and bringing the bustling world of Roman Londinium to life by unlocking the stories behind the city’s first Londoners.

London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE is now open to the public. Admission is free but booking is essential. See the London Mithraeum website for details.

Parking info and travel links

By tube

Central
Bank
District
Mansion House
Cannon Street
Circle
Mansion House
Cannon Street
Northern
Bank

By bus

Bus routes: 242, 25, 26 and 8 (to Cheapside), 11 and 76 (to Queen Victoria Street)

By train

The nearest rail station is Cannon Street.

Plan your journey

Use the Transport for London journey planner to plan your journey.

 

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