Gracechurch Street

Orientation & Geography

Europe, United Kingdom, City of London

Gracechurch Street is a street in the City of London which forms part of the A10. It is home to a number of shops, restaurants, offices and Leadenhall Market. At its southern end, the street begins near Christopher Wren's Monument to the Great Fire of London, at a junction with King William Street, Eastcheap and Cannon Street. Heading north, it crosses Lombard Street/Fenchurch Street, and continues forward into Bishopsgate. The closest mainline railway station is Fenchurch Street and the nearest London Underground station is Monument. Perhaps Gracechurch Street's most famous attraction is Leadenhall Market, a covered market dating back to the 14th century and Grade II* listed building since 1972.