The Great Fire of London began in a baker's shop in Pudding Lane, on this day 2nd September, 1666 and rapidly spread throughout the city

Probably the most famous disaster in its history, the Great Fire of London shaped the city we know today. Here are the facts via a handy infographic!

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Great Fire of London

Screenshot the Museum of London Great Fire of London 1666 game with a cartoon look boy and female servant standing in front of the Thames River and a burning skyline

A set of 11 A4 printable posters showing a timeline of the key events from the start to the end of the Great Fire of London. Posters show the date and time of the key event with information and pictures, including accounts of Samuel Pepys. Visit our TpT store for more information and for other classroom display resources by clicking on the provided links.

The Great Fire of London Timeline

A set of 11 printable posters showing a timeline of the key events from the start to the end of the Great Fire of London. Posters show the date and time of the key event with information and pictures, including accounts of Samuel Pepys.

Monument to the Great Fire of London - (can climb to the top)

Monument to the Great Fire of London - (can climb to the top)- (monument station)

Game - The Great Fire of London

Game - The Great Fire of London

41 and 42 Cloth Fair. The Great Fire of London destroyed over 400 acres of London, including 13,200 houses and 87 out of 109 churches. Tucked away in a small street in Farringdon, however, is a lonely survivor - 41 and 42 Cloth Fair. Built between 1597 and 1614, this house is sometimes described as the oldest in London. It may have only survived the fire because it was sheltered by the walls of a nearby priory.

10 buildings that survived the Great Fire of London

The Great Fire of London destroyed over 400 acres of London, including houses and 87 out of 109 churches. Tucked away in a small street in Farringdon, however, is a lonely survivor - 41 and 42 Cloth Fair. Built between 1597 and this house is

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