In the early hours of 2nd September 1666, a small fire started at Thomas Farriner’s bakery in Pudding Lane.
It quickly spread towards the warehouses on the Thames before a strong wind spread the flames along the riverfront and further into the City.
80% of the City was destroyed.
This walk is all about the Great Fire of London. From the first sparks to the last ashes, we will explore the story of the most famous fire in history.
It’s best to print the pages off and fold them along the lines indicated so you can easily carry it with you, however you can always download it onto your phone and just look at it from there!