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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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St Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD, England
City of London
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Reviewed yesterday

We attended church here and really enjoyed the service and especially the music. The end of the service featured their very talented organist playing the finale of Dvorak's "New World" arranged for organ. Gorgeous. I took a star off because the staff was just a...More

1  Thank Squidhead
Reviewed yesterday

Yes 18 pounds to enter is expensive but in the case of St Paul's Cathedral, it is worth it, especially if you get the audio to help you with your visit. Some may compare it to St Peters in Rome which is free to enter...More

1  Thank Belgo96
Reviewed 2 days ago

After five visits to London I have finally got to experience St. Paul's Cathedral. I had planned to explore the Cathedral on my own but was asked upon entry if I would like to join a guided tour. I did and it was the best...More

2  Thank Calala7
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The cathedral cost 16 pounds per ticket to enter, but it was worth the price of admission. The cathedral is enormous and cavernous inside. The ornate ceilings are typical for the era but still mesmerizing to look at. The back of the church has a...More

1  Thank nancy d
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

£18 just to enter the front door!!! How can this be when many cathedrals around the world are free to enter? No thanks St. Paul’s !!!

Thank Andrew D
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Spent some time seeing this wonderful Christopher Wren architectural wonder. A must see. However admittance of 18 pounds, I think is high.

1  Thank Babbles14
Reviewed 3 days ago

Despite having visited London several times previously, this was the first time that we had actually been inside St. Paul's Cathedral. We had purchased London Passes prior to departing for Europe and these passes gave us admission to the cathedral. On entry, we were issued...More

1  Thank BigHugh51
Reviewed 3 days ago

Would recommend the audio tour. Lots to see. Take a few minutes to sit and enjoy the splendor of it all. Hopefully you'll get to hear the organ played. Really nice shop to purchase gifts. Unfortunately afraid of heights so was unable to go upstairs....More

Thank FLB18
Reviewed 3 days ago

Magnificent architecture, full of symbols and still, with some luck, you can hear some musician playing the gigantic organ.

2  Thank luixfernd
Reviewed 4 days ago

Christopher Wren's beautiful creation us still a delight to behold, both inside and out, and definitely a symbol of London itself. I love approaching it from the Millenium pedestrian bridge side.

2  Thank dr_iggy
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texowl
6 October 2017|
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Response from Cecilia C | Reviewed this property |
I would go at least one hour in advance, and you can enjoy the place and atmosphere.
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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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