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We will be launching the 2022 programme in mid-August

  • Staircase and entrance at Coopers' Hall
  • Dining Room
  • Watercolour painting of the hall

Coopers' Hall

Nicholas Barbon

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13 Devonshire Square, City of London, EC2M 4TH
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Toilets

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: Liverpool Street
train
Nearest train: Liverpool Street
Coopers' Hall is a late 17th century, timber-framed merchant's house with a Georgian frontage. A Livery Hall since 1957, it features a fine Courtoom, dining room and an impressive staircase spiralling up the entire height of the building.

Events

Saturday 11th September
Open House at Coopers' Hall
schedule Time: 10am to 3.30pm
group Capacity: 15
Please register your interest in visiting Coopers' Hall by emailing CommsManager@coopers-hall.co.uk stating when you want to visit (entry on the hour and half hour from 10am, last entry 3pm) and how many people in your group.

Design

Original design
Nicholas Barbon, 1690
Type
historical house, livery hall
Period
Stuart