There are plenty of Jubilee festivities happening right across the City of London this month. CityAM has published an overview. Plan your visit with their Royal City map (pictured) or visit their website – click here.
Visit Temple Bar Gate
Once the ceremonial entrance to the City of London, you can now find Temple Bar to the north-west Tower of St Paul’s Cathedral, where it forms a pedestrian gateway into Paternoster Square. In a 400-year-old tradition, this is where the Lord Mayor presents the Sovereign with the keys of the City.
‘Jubilee: St Paul’s, the Monarch and the Changing World’
Using objects from St Paul’s Archive and Collections, the exhibition at St Paul’s Cathedral tells the stories of Jubilee celebrations for four monarchs: King George III, Queen Victoria, King George V and HM Queen Elizabeth II.
Jubilee Afternoon Tea at Millie’s Lounge, The Ned
On June 4, join The Ned for Afternoon Tea. Choose from a selection of cakes, scones, savoury bites and sandwiches, with a choice of tea and a glass of Nyetimber Classic Cuvée on arrival.
Jubilee Souvenirs at Fortnum & Mason, The Royal Exchange
Fortnum & Mason will be marking the historic milestone of the Platinum Jubilee with a range of exciting products.