Year 2’s trip started off at the Tate Modern and were astounded by the stunning view from the terrace where we saw a great variety of buildings old and new, constructed from a range of materials. We were then wowed by the enormity of the Turbine Hall and the colossal chimney. Beautiful sketches were also produced of the London skyline. After this, we walked across the Millennium Bridge to St Paul’s Cathedral where we explored secret rooms, spiral staircases, built arches, crept in the crypt and saw Sir Christopher Wren’s tomb. Finally, we were dazzled by the glittering mosaic domes of the Cathedral. What a terrific journey through London’s history of construction.