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PLAN YOUR TRIP AT THE FOX AND ANCHOR HOTEL

Discover places nearby and explore the wealth of exciting things to do in London – below are just some of our recommendations but our team are more than happy to help create a bespoke plan for your stay with us.

October 3rd 2017 - 5.00PM - 11.00PM

The Vestry - London Cocktail Week

In the name of London Cocktail Week we're launching our new Autumn & Winter cocktail menu in The Vestry and we're giving you 20% off our new cocktails.

Vestal Vodka shall be here to treat you and talk all things vodka and cocktails on Wednesday 4th October in the name of National Vodka Day.

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Places to Visit

Smith Field Market

Smithfield Market provides a colourful link to an age when the quality of British beef was a symbol of national virility and good humour. Designed by Horace Jones, Smithfield opened for business in 1868 and early risers will still find meat and poultry (though no livestock) traders setting up their stalls at first light inside the metal structure with its ornate arched ceiling and bizarre colour scheme (white, purple, blue and green). Nowadays Smithfield is also notable for its swanky eateries, and boutique stalls.

Museum of London

Step inside the Museum of London for an unforgettable journey through the capital’s turbulent past. Get a taste for the Museum in the new 360 tour from London & Partners and hear about the Museum’s grisly collection under the rotunda with theCity Visitor Trail app. Check out the video about the Museum  from London & Partners as part of ‘The London Story’.Discover prehistoric London, see how the city changed under Romans and Saxons, wonder at medieval London and examine the tumultuous years when London was ravaged by civil wars, plague and fire.

Monument

One of the City’s best-loved attractions, the Monument offers panoramic views over London. It was built to commemorate the Great Fire which devastated the City of London in 1666.. Standing 202 feet high, the Monument is the tallest isolated stone column in the world. It was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke and constructed with Portland stone in 1671-7. The simple Doric column is topped by a flaming urn of copper gilded with two layers of gold leaf to symbolize the Great Fire.

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Directions

We look forward to welcoming you soon.

We are 10 mins from Barbican station if you are on the train.

Opening Times

Monday - Friday 7.00am – 11.00pm
Saturday - 8.30am – 11.00pm
Sunday - 11.00am - 11.00pm

Food Service Hours

Monday – Friday 7.00am – 9.30pm
Saturday - 8.30am - 9.00pm
Sunday - 11.00am - 9.00pm

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