St Paul’s is not only an architectural masterpiece and its dome a landmark of the London skyline, but also a symbol of hope, strength and resilience of the city and nation it serves. A cathedral has stood here since 604AD with the present cathedral now over 300 years old.
Enjoy the beautiful décor of the vast cathedral floor before climbing to the famous Whispering Gallery with its unique acoustics. Continue to the Stone or Golden Galleries on top of the dome for breath-taking panoramic views across London.
The crypt is the resting place for famous Britons such as Lord Admiral Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and the cathedral’s architect – Sir Christopher Wren. Visitors will also find the award winning 270° film experience, Oculus – an eye into St Paul’s.
Explore using included multimedia guides available in nine languages or join into a guided tour or introductory talk, all at no extra cost.
Changes to opening and closing times:
March 8th Last admission for sightseeing 10.15. Last admission to galleries 10.30 Cathedral floor to be clear of visitors 11.45
Disabled Access: For wheelchair users there is a wheelchair accessible entrance for FIT’s and small groups in the South Churchyard. Staff are on hand to assist with entry and check in.
Groups of wheelchair users can be admitted by a ramp in the North Churchyard Gardens which allows a quicker entry into the building. Use of this must be pre-booked with the Sales and Administration team to ensure that staff are on hand to open the doors.
The Cathedral may from time to time close (at short notice) due to special services of worship.
In order to gain entry you must present a printed copy of your voucher.
Please take your voucher/confirmation to the ticket office along with photo ID for entrance to St. Paul's Cathedral. The ticket allows access to the entire cathedral.
Child ages: 7-16. Children aged 6 and below are free
Children must be accompanied by an adult (18yrs+) when visiting galleries.
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