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

Address : 

Vere Street Marlylebone

Phone:

+44 20 7399 9555

Nearby tourist attractions

Stratford Place
Stratford Place
This peaceful cul-de-sac is closed at
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Cavendish Square
Cavendish Square
Begun in 1717 as a focal point to the
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St Christopher's Place
St Christopher's Place
This pedestrian alley, off Oxford Street
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Chandos House
Chandos House
At the northern end stands the superbly
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Bond Street
Bond Street
Running from north to south through
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Oxford Circus
Oxford Circus
In the middle of Oxford Street, Oxford
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Stratford Place
Stratford Place
This peaceful cul-de-sac is closed at
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Cavendish Square
Cavendish Square
Begun in 1717 as a focal point to the
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St Christopher's Place
St Christopher's Place
This pedestrian alley, off Oxford Street
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All Souls Church
All Souls Church
John Nash designed this church in 1824
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Wallace Collection
Wallace Collection
The largest private art collection,
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Royal Academy of Arts
Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House is the home of the
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