Brass rubbing in the Crypt of St Martin in the Fields seemed a really good idea. The staff were helpful and friendly and the demonstration was clear. There was a wide choice of brasses to do, for a range of prices, and with the seat support the results could be quite presentable. There is a good cafe and a shop... 更多
Located downstairs beside the very cool crypt of St. Martins In The Fields Church in Trafalgar Square, this is a cool experience that few people know about...even locals! Choose the brass tablet of your choice, grab a glass of wine from the great cafe next door in the ancient crypt, take a seat and start rubbing! It costs about £7... 更多
We did a brass rubbing each and they were interesting but much more difficult than I imagined. I picked the dragon, apparently things with less detail are much easier, like a lady in a dress or somethin, straighter lines easier to rub. All in all it was a good souvenir with good memories.
After choosing your own design and colour you are shown how to properly proceed It was fun however can be tough on the hands At the end we got to keep our designs Reasonable prices too And right next door you can grab a snack or meal in the crypt
This was one of my favorite activities, because it required participation, and we had a really unique and beautiful remembrance of London at the end. The end-product looks better if you're careful, but is also appropriate for children to do. It took about an hour, and was a lot of fun to design and produce. We did this activity in... 更多
As expected, this was a lot of fun. Got a pretty good arm workout rubbing on those things. The front desk person was really friendly and helpful with things to avoid and how to do the rubbing correctly. We got a fun souvenir out of it!
I recommend this for families with younger children, but as a twenty something who came with a friend this was so-so. We came here because it was included on the London Pass, and there really was no description of what brass rubbing entailed. My friend and I just assumed this would include making something out of brass, or something along... 更多
The brass rubbings were a great souvenir to take home. There was a wide selection of sizes and styles to choose from. This would be a fun activity for families with children, too. After making our rubbings, we enjoyed a meal in the adjacent crypt cafe.
I had made a brass rubbing the last time I was in London, and it has hung over my fireplace for the past thirty years! This is a great opportunity to create a beautiful personal piece of art to take home. The brasses only cost 4- 6.50 pounds to rub, and you can buy a rigid tube to transport them... 更多