St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral is a beautiful place to visit in the centre of London with 5 different areas including outside space.

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Description

St Paul’s, with its world-famous dome, is an iconic feature of the London skyline. Step inside and you can enjoy the Cathedral’s awe-inspiring interior, and uncover fascinating stories about its history. There are many different parts of the Cathedral for you to discover, from the underground Crypt to the Golden Gallery, 111 metres above London.

At 111 metres high, the dome of St Paul’s is the second largest cathedral dome in the world, weighing approximately 65,000 tons. Oculus: an eye into St Paul’s is a 270° film experience that brings 1,400 years of history to life. Located in the atmospheric former Treasury in the crypt, Oculus takes visitors on a journey through the history and daily life of St Paul’s in three films: Life of the Cathedral; Resurgam, I will Rise Again; and Virtual Access, the Dome.

Please note certain parts of St Paul’s are not accessible by buggy, but there are lifts parts of the Cathedral.

(We’re sorry for the inconvenience - a major repair and renovation project in the Cathedral Crypt means visitor toilets are closed from January 2016. Refurbished modern facilities will be available by autumn 2016. There are public toilets near by.)

 

Opening Times 

Monday – Saturday 8.30am – 4.30pm

Sunday for worship only

Most visitors spend in the region of 1.5 – 2 hours inside St Paul’s.

 

Prices

The price of admission includes entry to the Cathedral floor, crypt and the three galleries in the dome. Admission also includes multimedia guides and guided tours (for individuals and family visitors, subject to guide availability on the day).

Individual Group (10+) and Online Rates
Adults (18yrs+) £18.00 £16.00
Concessions
(Students & Seniors 60yrs+)
£16.00 £14.00
Children (6-17yrs) £8.00 £7.00
Family Ticket
(2 Adults + 2 Children)
£44.00 £39.00 (available online only)
Rates valid from 4 January 2016.
Buy in advance online to save up to £2.00 per ticket and gain fast-track entry.

 

 

  • All year

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