Cloistered away in the centre of The City, the charming St. Mary at Hill is a sanctuary amidst the busy streets of Monument. Its versatile interior is much larger than it first appears, making for a spacious and inspiring setting for creative classes.
Over 1000 years old, much of the original church was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666, but thankfully the walls and frame of the building withstood the blaze. It has since survived two further major fires, and stood unscathed throughout the Blitz.
The church has two entrances on both Lovat Lane and St Mary-At-Hill.