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The Monument- London’s top family tourist attraction

June 7, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Advertising News

For London, the memory of the Great Fire of 1666 is one which will remain with the city forever. Now, you have the opportunity to visit the The Monument, a spectacular 202ft structure commemorating the great fire of London and taking pride of place between Fish Hill Street and Monument Street.

Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Dr. Robert Hooke in the 1670s, the ancient structure has proudly stood in the city ever since, with the base being pedestrianised for street improvement in 2006. In 2007, The Monument was closed for refurbishment which cost an estimated £4.5 million, and re- opened two years later in 2009. It has also gained status as a grade 1 listed building, the highest designation possible for structures in the country.

Now, you and your family are invited to climb the 311 stairs to marvel at the spectacular views atop the tower. For the low admission price of £4.00 for adults and £2.00 for children (5-15), a visit to the monument promises an exciting day out, as one of the many things to do in London.

Unfortunately, although the structure is not able to accommodate disabled people, or those with mobility issues, there are plans to install a monitor at the top of the tower, so everyone may be able to experience it for themselves.

With various routes clearly mapped out via their official website, getting to The Monument couldn’t be easier. Whether you plan to travel there on foot, by tube or by car, there are a variety of routes available to ensure that your perfect family day out runs as smoothly as possible.

As well as being able to purchase general tickets, you also have the option of buying joint tickets for the Tower Bridge Exhibition and The Monument. Per ticket, the price increases to £10.50 for adults and £4.70 for children (5-15). Not only does this save money, but it also allows you access to one of London’s most famous tourist attractions that’s bound to be popular with adults and children alike.

If you would like any more information, or to book tickets, head over to http://www.themonument.org.uk/.