This is definitely worth the 311 steps and is so cheap, only 4 pounds!! The view is absolutely amazing and in a way better than the view from the shard since you are able to look out onto it and get a great view of...More
About The Monument to the Great Fire of London
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I had heard of the monument and that you could climb it, it was not on our list this time but too good miss this as we walked past. It is well worth the effort and the views are fantastic, it also shows how much...More
One of those places people know about, but tend not to visit. It is well worth climbing the 311 steps. A good piece of the history of London, an impressive spiral staircase and surprisingly good views across the whole of London. Good that it is...More
After visiting the Sky Garden we walked on down here to view this Monument not realising what it was, but found out it was to the "Great Fire of London" This was taught to us in primary school history & was great to see it...More
Lots of spiral steps up a very pretty little column to see a view which includes Tower Bridge and the Thames, but also gives a real sense of the different building styles and scale over time in the city and over on the south bank....More
It took a while to climb the stairs but its worth it. The history is well explained by the hand out given to me, the view of that part of London is exceptional.
Pleasantly came across this attraction when walking around and I am so happy we did! relatively priced compared to other expensive attractions. Once you don't mind walking the >300 steps to the top for the views of the city.
A very worthwhile activity and very good value for money. Very friendly staff. Small queue to get in because they try not to overcrowd the stairs and once in you can see why. The 311 steps to the top are a a lot of steps...More