Admiralty Arch -Commissioned by King Edward VII in memory of his mother Queen Victoria

Admiralty Arch is an iconic archway and Grade 1 listed building.  It is the London’s most recognisable landmarks. It provides access between two other famous central London landmarks, Trafalgar Square and The Mall- Pall Mall. It was designed by the Aston Webb

Why Admiralty Arch was built

It is commissioned by King Edward VII in memory of his mother Queen Victoria. This grand archway gains its name from the Royal Navy Headquarters. Once it served as residence of the First Sea Lord and was used by the Admiralty. This building had government offices, but in 2012 it was handed over to Property Developer on 125-year lease for redevelopment of luxury hotels

Address and nearest tube to Admiralty Arch

Address: The Mall, London, SW1A 2WH (very near to Trafalgar Square and The Mall)
Nearest Tube: Charing Cross (Bakerloo Line; Northern Line)

You can easily view this iconic archway from open space of Trafalgar Square. Visit the website for more and update information.

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