The outside of the building is gorgeous but not even remotely as beautiful as the inside! The history presentation within is spectacular. The gentleman at the desk was so informative and friendly. Will definately go back!
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Fabulous historic gem in inner Temple. Contains the effigy of William Marshall England's greatest knight. See the doc. or read the book. Knight to 5 kings. Architect of Magna Carta. This where the barons met the king to discuss their grievances which became Magna Carta....More
While strolling around the Inns of Court we came across this fascinating little church tucked away from the busyness of Fleet St and situated between it and the Embankment. There's lots of interesting information around the walls about the history of the Knights Templar and...More
Never tbeen to this church before a delightful an educational surprise the knight William Marshal remains are there plus a lot of history of the Templer Knights If you Are not aware of William Marshal he is a very interesting Historal figure worth googling him
Located in the atmospheric area of the Inns of Court of London, the beautiful Temple Church (made famous in recent times by the book “The Da Vinci Code”) was erected by the Knights Templar as their English headquarters. The church played an important role in...More
Temple Church is one of the few round churches in Britain and derives its name from the Knights Templar, the medieval warrior monks, who were based at the church. Great atmosphere in the church with tombs of the knights and well preserved. Entrance was 5...More
Whilst spending some time in the Temple neighbourhood of London during our most recent stay in the city, we had the opportunity to visit several unique buildings in the area. The Temple Church was one of these buildings. This small church features unique and appealing...More
We had been thinking of visiting the Temple Church for a while and finally got around to it in recent day out in London. It's easy to get to on the tube and hidden away in a fairly quiet area near busy Fleet Street. There...More
The Temple Church is a wonderful place for those who like history and the Knights Templar. The building is an amazing structure with tombs and effigies of some of the ancient knights.
£5 entrance fee. The legal system is never squeamish about money so I wasn’t surprised to see an entrance fee for this church. And the money was worth it to see the effigy of William Marshall. Voices echo when people are talking within the church....More