St Peter's, Marylebone

Originally designed as a small chapel for the residents of Cavendish Square, this small, dark brick church (1721-1724) has a square tower and an open belfry. Designed by the architect James Gibbs, it was probably the model for St Martin-in-the-Fields. The stained glass windows were designed by Edward Coley Burne-Jones and made by William Morris & Co. The church is the home of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Vere Street Marlylebone

Phone:

+44 20 7399 9555

Nearby tourist attractions

Stratford Place
Stratford Place
This peaceful cul-de-sac is closed at
15 minutes
Cavendish Square
Cavendish Square
Begun in 1717 as a focal point to the
15 minutes
St Christopher's Place
St Christopher's Place
This pedestrian alley, off Oxford Street
15 minutes
Chandos House
Chandos House
At the northern end stands the superbly
15 minutes
Bond Street
Bond Street
Running from north to south through
15 minutes
Oxford Circus
Oxford Circus
In the middle of Oxford Street, Oxford
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Other ideas « Patrimony »

Stratford Place
Stratford Place
This peaceful cul-de-sac is closed at
15 minutes
Cavendish Square
Cavendish Square
Begun in 1717 as a focal point to the
15 minutes
St Christopher's Place
St Christopher's Place
This pedestrian alley, off Oxford Street
15 minutes
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

All Souls Church
All Souls Church
John Nash designed this church in 1824
15 minutes
Wallace Collection
Wallace Collection
The largest private art collection,
180 minutes
Royal Academy of Arts
Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House is the home of the
60 minutes
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