St Martin's in the Fields /
London Brass Rubbing Centre
+44(0)20 7930 1862
Martin's in the Fields is situated just off of Trafalgar Square, built
in 1726 with a spire taller than Nelson's Column it
is one of the nicest churches in London.
Below in the cript can be found one of the most magical cafes in London, using
up-lighting to emphasize the amazing architecture at play even here below the
church, a quiet haven away from the crowds of Trafalgar has been created.
London Brass Rubbing Centre is also based in the
cript adjacent to the cafe where you can discover the simple craft of brass rubbing.
Make a rubbing of a crowned king, a knight in armour or a costumed lady. No experience
is necessary, materials are provided and a free exhibition is on display.
entry / Depends on rubbing
Nearest Tube: Charing Cross