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St. Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD, England
+44 20 7236 4128
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Rebuilt by Christopher Wren after the great Fire of 1666, St. Paul's has been the site of many historic state occasions; including Winston Churchill's state funeral and the Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer. A busy working Christian community with several daily services at which all are welcome. St Paul’s also welcomes visitors with access to five levels of the Cathedral and multimedia guides, guided tours and the award-winning 'Oculus' film experience included.
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Hours Today: 08:30 - 16:30
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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St Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD, England
City of London
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+44 20 7236 4128
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Reviewed yesterday

With your admission you gain access to the galleries above, which you must not miss. You can also join a guided tour for the same price, which was excellent.

1  Thank severdog
Reviewed yesterday

St Paul's is a must see while in London. The cathedral is huge and makes postive impression. Inside you can use an audioguide in a variety of languages in which you can choose what you want to hear about as well as watch an animation...More

1  Thank Julia M
Reviewed yesterday

First time we went we completely missed the whispering wall - don't ask me how - I'll blame it on jet lag. Otherwise, we marveled at the beautiful architecture, history - just the sheer size and scope is amazing. We tried going back later in...More

1  Thank billybob101
Reviewed yesterday

Located in the heart of London this is a must visit cathedral. This is an absolute gorgeous work of architecture, beautiful inside and out. Also, definitely worth climbing the 528 stone steps up the spiral staircase to the top of the dome, the views of...More

1  Thank oest112755
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

So I decided to pay the £18 to go into the cathedral even though I don't agree with an entrance fee for a place of worship. However they do state that you don't have to pay if your visit is to workship or pray. This...More

Thank Meys
Reviewed 2 days ago

Worth the visit if you haven't visited other Cathedral in Italy. This is bit modern when compared to cathedrals in Italy. Echo at the top f the curch is worth trying. View at the top is great as well

Thank Pravin G
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Although not as well known as Westminster Abbey, St. Paul's is worth the visit. Beautiful inside and out, the architecture and art are amazing. We also decided to climb to the upper gallery, which can be daunting for those not in shape; however, worth it...More

1  Thank TahoegpSA
Reviewed 2 days ago

Sir Christopher Wren gets your attention hundreds of years later. Architecturally it's clean and crisp and beautifully proportioned. Stunning.

1  Thank Mike N
Reviewed 2 days ago

Definitely worth a visit. The inside is simply stunning (Prince Diana + Prince Charles got married here!) You aren't allowed to take pics but my friend snuck one! The audio tour is great and allows you to explore at your own pace - the entire...More

Thank Katelyn N
Reviewed 2 days ago

Visited recently on 1st trip to London and was high on my bucket list!! I love history and learning about the Royals, beautiful architecture - and this Cathedral has it all!!!! Unfortunately no inside pictures allowed like many places in London (very different from all...More

2  Thank travelinspiration
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veeta v
4 September 2017|
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Response from StPaulsLondon | Property representative |
Dear veeta v, So long as a card can be recognised by our staff as being a valid (i.e. not expired) photo ID issued by an educational organisation (i.e. your university) then that would suffice. We don't only offer a... More
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kevinmrc1224
10 August 2017|
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Response from eaglesclan | Reviewed this property |
Yes, from 8:30am you can view the main area of the cathedral, which, if you are interested in looking in detail will take you a good hour, following which the galleries (in the dome) are open. Before your visit, however... More
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yellowperil888
31 July 2017|
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Response from Lara D | Reviewed this property |
In respect of evensong, as long as you are in the cathedral by 4:00, you can stay. However, the crypt and other areas open to tourists will close - they did when we were there.
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