Find out more about the devastating fire of September 1666 that destroyed 80% of the old City of London with DON BROWN
Starting in the small hours of 2 September in a baker’s house in Pudding Lane, the Great Fire of London burned for four days, destroying over 13,000 houses, 80 churches and Old St Paul’s Cathedral. It made tens of thousands homeless, and killed an unknown number of people.
In this online tour, we’ll trace the progress of the destruction, hear eyewitness accounts and examine the city that emerged from the ashes, including Christopher Wren’s magnificent new St Paul’s.
To see when this tour is next taking place, visit our ‘forthcoming tours‘ page.
If you would like to arrange this as a private tour for a group, organisation, family or others, please email us to find out more.