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City of London Heritage Gallery

Museums, History City of London Free
Cartae Antiquae
Cartae Antiquae © London Metropolitan Archives

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Opens September 12 2014

The City of London looks after a huge collection of important and fascinating artefacts which have hardly seen the light of modern day. This purpose-built exhibition space will change that and display a rotating selection of the archive's best bits, including the finest surviving thirteenth-century version of the Magna Carta from 1297, which features the world's first sticky note, a memo which reads 'Make it Happen', as well as the Cartae Antiquae – transcripts of the City's medieval charters and statutes. Future exhbitions will include Shakespeare’s purchase deed for a house in Blackfriars. Admission is free.



Address: Guildhall Art Gallery & Roman London's Amphitheatre
Guildhall Yard (off Gresham Street)
EC2V 5AE​​​
Transport: Tube: Bank
Price: Free
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-4pm
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