Those looking for a special view and at the same time loves sporting challenges, for which I have a very good idea be sonnets: the monument. What that’s where that stands and what it costs, you can find out in this report.
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311 steps of the monument
The monument is a monument, which was built in 1671-1677 to commemorate the Great Fire of London and to celebrate the rebuilding of the city. 1666 began this great fire, which differs from a bakery in Pudding Lane (I would love to please live on a street called Pudding) ate through the neighborhoods and eventually destroyed a large part of London. In this way also the fire St. Paul’s Cathedral was destroyed / damaged. Only stone houses have survived the fire.
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Near the place where the fire broke out, then the monument was erected, after even a subway station has been named. The special thing about this statue is that you can enter it. Overall, the building is 48.7 meters high – with 311 steps you have to take it to go to the observation deck, which is located at the top of the top of the tower.
How to get to Monument
The best and fastest way to reach the monument is to the Underground. That would be the Circle / District Line and the station Monument. By bus you can reach the monument with the lines 15, 17, 21, 35, 40, 43, 47, 48, 133, 141, 149, 344 and 521.
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What is the cost of admission to the Monument?
The entrance fee for adults 4£ for children £ 2.00 (under 16). Including the entry itself and a really cool certificate you that you’ve made the 311 steps. This document contains also still detailed information so far.
When opened the monument?
It has opened the monument April-September 9:30 clock – 18:00 clock every day until March from 9:30 clock from October – 17:30 clock every day. Last admission is always half an hour before closing time. By the way: One must climb until the age of 14 unaccompanied by the monument.
Is it worth it?
Definitely it is worth a visit to the monument. The steps are certainly for many strenuous, if you’re athletic, you should ask the front no problem. Although there were many with their young children upstairs, I personally would not do it because the stairs are very narrow and you have to make always very small, to pass by others. For the elderly and people with reduced mobility, the rise could be problematic. There is no elevator!