On the site of the churchyard is a partly raised garden surrounded by shrubs, with trees and a few tombstones in the grass. Either side of a short flight of steps leading to the raised area are two much-weathered plaques with inscriptions relating to the church, one of which shows a skull and crossbones.
St Olave Silver Street was dedicated to Olaf, the first Christian King of Norway who fought in England alongside Ethelread in 1013 against the Danes. The church was rebuilt and enlarged in 1609 and 1619 but destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 and not rebuilt.
Visitor FacilitiesOpening is unrestricted.
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Access Contact DetailsOpening is unrestricted.
DirectionsTube: St Paul's (Central); Barbican (Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Circle). Rail: Barbican
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