St Mary-le-Bow Church
The church of St Mary-le-Bow, famous for its 'Bow Bells', has the second highest tower and steeple in the City at 221ft, surpassed only by that of St Brides. The Medieval church, built over a three aisled Norman crypt on Roman foundations, was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 its replacement by Sir Christopher Wren, was also destroyed by World War II bombing - only the tower surviving, again rebuilt and re-consecrated in 1964.
Monday to Wednesday 7am to 6.30pm
Thursday to 6.30pm
Friday to 4pm
Regular weekday services
Telephone: 020 7248 5139
Address: Cheapside, EC2V 6AU
Website: St Mary-le-Bow Church
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