St Paul’s Cathedral

Location: St Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD

£18.00

A visual and spiritual marvel, St. Paul’s Cathedral – as designed by Sir Christopher Wren – has been captivating Londoners and tourists since 1710. Here is your chance to see it’s splendour.

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Your ticket confirmation Your ticket is only valid on your nominated date. You will receive an email confirmation at time of booking with your ticket voucher included.  A printed copy of this voucher must be presented on arrival at the venue, on the day of your activity. You may be refused entry if you do not present a printed copy of your voucher. During sightseeing hours complimentary entry can be granted to a disabled visitor and an accompanying carer or necessary companion. Please request these tickets on arrival. Cancellation Policy Tickets are not refundable. All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties. Security. Visitors and worshippers are not permitted to bring any bag, rucksack or suitcase into St Paul's Cathedral which would be larger than airline hand baggage (56cm x 45cm x 25cm, including handles, wheels and pockets). As there is no cloakroom facility please do not bring larger items with you. Please be aware that bags may be searched on entry. Opening Times.  The Cathedral is open for sightseeing fromMonday to Saturday:  8.30am - Doors open for sightseeing. 9.30am - Galleries open for access.  4pm - Last entry for sightseeing. 4.15pm - Last entry to galleries. 4.30pm - Cathedral closes for sightseeing.  On Sunday the Cathedral is open for worship only.

A visual and spiritual marvel, St. Paul’s Cathedral – as designed by Sir Christopher Wren – has been captivating Londoners and tourists since 1710. Here is your chance to see it’s splendour. The current Cathedral – the fourth to occupy this site – was designed by the court architect Sir Christopher Wren and built between 1675 and 1710 after its predecessor was destroyed in the Great Fire of London. Its importance reflects the determination of the monarchs who decreed that London’s leading church should be as beautiful and imposing as their private palaces. Dominating the London skyline, the magnificent domed cathedral was completed in 1710. Visitors can now enjoy a new inclusive multimedia guide which weaves together contemporary photography, archive film footage (including the wedding of Charles & Diana) and the voices of those who work in St Paul’s today.

The Golden Gallery and The Stone Gallery are two galleries above the Whispering Gallery that encircle the outside of the dome. The Whispering Gallery runs around the interior of the Dome and is 259 steps up from ground-level. It is named for a charming quirk in its construction, which makes a whisper against one wall, audible on the opposite side. Please note, filming and photography is not allowed inside the Cathedral, but is permitted on the external galleries, without tripods, on a non-commercial basis.

Location: St Paul’s Cathedral, St Paul’s Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD

Nearest station: St Paul Pauls Cathedral is within easy walking distance from a number of underground and rail stations: St Paul’s 2 minute walk (240m) Central Line.  Mansion House 5 minute walk (580m) District and Circle Lines. Blackfriars 5 minute walk (540m) District and Circle Lines.  Bank 7 minute walk (830m) Central, Northern and Waterloo & City Lines, and DLR. City Thameslink 3 minute walk (310m). Blackfriars 5 minute walk (540m) Cannon Street 6 minute walk (750m)