St Mary-le-Bow
Cheapside, London EC2V 6AU Route Planner
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The tower rising over Cheapside houses the famous Bow Bells and supports a majestic belfry (1671-1680). A 3m-long copper dragon ridden by a tightrope walker serves as a weathervane 72m above the ground. The Norman crypt has retained its original columns with cubic capitals and today houses a simple yet good restaurant which is very popular with workers in the City.

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Mon-Wed 7am-6pm, Thu 7am-6.30pm, Fri 7am-4pm


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