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Guildhall Galleries form a fascinating part of the City's history. From walking through Roman ruins to seeing art, treasures and curiosities gathered together over the centuries, and more incredible experiences on offer - all free, many open 7 days a week.

  1. Guildhall Art Gallery - see Victorian and Pre-Raphaelite masterpieces, and enjoy a diverse programme of temporary exhibitions.
  2. London's Roman Amphitheatre - hear the roar of 7,000 spectators eager to watch wild animal fights and criminal executions.
  3. City of London Heritage Gallery - see a changing programme of artifacts held in trust for the nation, rarely seen by public eyes.
  4. Guildhall Library - enjoy an exciting programme of exhibitions, events, guided walks, talks, book launches and evening entertainment.
  5. Guildhall Great Hall - take a peek at the City's only secular medieval building which dates back to 1411.
  6. St Lawrence Jewry - the official church of the City Corporation, built after the Great Fire of London, one of the most impressive churches designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
  7. The City Centre - learn all about the Square Mile, the heritage of its built environment; its present offer as a world class business centre; its unique collection of cultural institutions and its exciting, vibrant future.
  8. City of London Police Museum - journey through the history of the City of London Police and see some precious and unusual objects along the way.

Closures to parts of Guildhall Galleries are sometimes required at short notice due to civic or state functions at Guildhall. See page for each attraction above or call 020 7332 3700 / textphone 020 7332 3803 for more information.

Getting here

Find Guildhall Galleries London EC2V 5AE on Google Maps or, for more information see our How to find us page.

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