One of the few buildings left untouched by the Great Fire of London in 1666.
Built in 1610 as an office for King James's eldest son, this little room has in its time been a tavern and a waxworks. There is a collection of items on loan from the Pepys Society and original 17th century wood panelling. Also has one of the best remaining Jacobean-enriched plaster ceilings in London and quaint leaded light windows overlooking the bustle of Fleet Street.Currently closed to the public.
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