• Interior, looking towards Lady Chapel
  • Tower
  • Memorial Window: The Men of the Seas
  • Gargoyle
  • St Dunstan, Stepney: Tower

St Dunstan and All Saints Church

St Dunstan

place
Stepney High Street, E1 0NR

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: mile end, Whitechapel
train
Nearest train: Limehouse
directions_bus
Bus routes: 15, 25, 115, 309, 339, 205
Grade I listed early medieval parish church (site in use from 952, pre-dating Tower of London). Fine interior: Anglo-Saxon Rood, Norman font, medieval 'squint', memorials, stained glass, brasses. Many founders of Trinity House buried here.

Access

Friday 18th

event
  • Art Exhibition (exhibition) (Now in its 5th year, all works are for sale)

Saturday 19th

Open 10am–5pm

event
  • Art Exhibition (exhibition) (Now in its 5th year, all works are for sale)

Sunday 20th

Open 1pm–5pm

event
  • Art Exhibition (exhibition) (Now in its 5th year, all works are for sale)

Monday 21st

event
  • Art Exhibition (exhibition) (Now in its 5th year, all works are for sale)

Tuesday 22nd

event
  • Art Exhibition (exhibition) (Now in its 5th year, all works are for sale)

Wednesday 23rd

event
  • Art Exhibition (exhibition) (Now in its 5th year, all works are for sale)

Thursday 24th

event
  • Art Exhibition (exhibition) (Now in its 5th year, all works are for sale)

Friday 25th

event
  • Art Exhibition (exhibition) (Now in its 5th year, all works are for sale)

info_outline This building is open free of charge at other times of the year

Design

Original design
St Dunstan, 1100
Type
Event, Religious
Period
Medieval