Cornhill is named after one of the three ancient hills, it is now one of the main streets in the City . It houses two churches which were both designed by Sir Christopher Wren, they are St. Michael's, Cornhill and St. Peter upon Cornhill which is supposed to be on the oldest Christianized site in the area. Also of interest is the Standard which became London's first mechanically pumped public water supply. This is near its junction with Leadenhall Street.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Bank Underground Station