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Armourers’ Hall is a striking Georgian building in the neo-Palladian style located in the heart of the City of London. An architectural jewel hidden in plain sight, it contains a host of beautiful and fascinating artefacts acquired during its long history. It is a short walk from Bank Station and seconds away from Moorgate. It is not open to the general public but it is possible to organise guided tours of the Hall by private arrangement.

Facade

Tour Arrangements

Tours are conducted by the Clerk and last about 90 minutes. We normally insist on a minimum of 20 visitors to make it worthwhile blocking the Hall for other uses.  Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided as part of the package at the outset. Sandwiches and drinks can also be arranged at lunchtime or in the evening for groups who wish to combine a tour with a meal in one of the most atmospheric dining rooms in the UK.
1st World War Board

Booking and prices

Prices for tours vary, depending on their nature and other demands on the Hall, and start at £15 per head. They normally take place on Monday or Friday mornings from 11:00 but other days and times can be negotiated. To discuss booking a tour, please contact the Clerk.
 Helmet

History

Please click on the link below to learn more details about the history of the Armourers and Brasiers and Armourers' Hall.