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Monument
51 Eastcheap London UK EC3M
Located at the edge of The City, just north of the Thames right off London Bridge, WeWork Monument Station features 10 floors of office space in an area that blends past and present. With iconic landmarks like the Monument and the Tower of London only steps away, a stroll through the neighbourhood is like traveling through time. Need to step out for a client dinner or team lunch? Nearby spots such as Darwin Brasserie, The Folly, and Leadenhall Market mean you’re never far from a good bite or pint. Longer trips are no problem, as easy access to the Tube from Monument Station, Tower Hill, London Fenchurch Street, and Bank Station makes commuting a breeze. For a premium office setting at the crossroads of culture, set up shop on Eastcheap.
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Monument Tube Station (2 minute Walk) Tower Hill Station (5 Minute Walk) London Fenchurch Street Station (5 Minute Walk) Bank Tube Station (12 Minute Walk)
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Sanjay Pappachan
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4 weeks ago
Visited this place yesterday afternoon and it's nice to see it stand tall with the golden urn at the top. The area around this structure was packed with office workers enjoying the hot summer day in pubs, restaurants and shops but no queue to enter this structure. Staff are friendly and I used my London pass to enter. It's a long winding, narrow staircase which is two-way so it won't be that pleasant when there are lots of people going up and coming down at the same time. Once you reach the top, you get decent views of office buildings, the Thames and other landmarks around central London. There is not much space at the top as expected and there is a safety net in place. I read from past reviews that people are handed a certificate once you come back down bit I was not offered one by the staff. One less star for this which was otherwise a good experience!
Henny Lim
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2 months ago
Visited in April 2017. Simple monument with commemorative message on its side. Has 311 steps to the top, can be reached either fast or slow, but if you take longer period of rest you may block other person’s way up or down (remember that the path is only has width of two average adults). On the top you can enjoy the 360 view of London, although it is blocked by net of safety fences. Once you get back to the ground, its officer would hand you a certificate of “I’ve been stepped up”-kind. When you’re still in fit condition and have a chance, give this monument a go.
BradJill Travels
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2 weeks ago
The Monument's full name is 'The Monument to the Great Fire of London'. It was built between 1671 and 1677 to commemorate the great fire that occurred between 2-5 September in 1666, destroying a 436 acres of the city of London, and to celebrate the rebuilding of the city in the wake of such tragedy. The monument is colossal doric style column that is 62 metres tall, supposedly the tallest stone column structure in the world. There is a large plaque at the base of the monument describing its The Great Fire of 1666 as well as the construction of The Monument. You can enter the monument at the large base and walk up 311 steps to the top, where you are afforded nice views of the surrounding buildings and city. Tip: The Monument is open from 9.30-5.30pm (winter months) and 9.30-6pm (summer months) if you want to climb to the top for views of the city. The structure is located a stone's throw distance from Monument Underground Station.
Ceecee Lemon
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a month ago
Was recommended to come here for views of London if I didn't want to bother with the long lines and prices of the London Eye or the Shard. 5£ admission fee. Friendly ticketing agents. Long and narrow winding staircase. Most people are quite well mannered and move out of the way if need be. Fresh breeze at the top. It's quite small up there if there's a crowd. Visitors get a I-climbed-up-the-Monument certificate on their way out.
Dennis F
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a week ago
The fantastic views from the top make the 311 steps worth it. They are small steps and the climb isn't so hard. It is a tight fit when trying to pass someone going the opposite direction. They also give you a certificate when you leave to prove you climbed the monument, see attached picture.
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