Combo: Westminster Abbey + St. Pauls Cathedral Tickets
- See two of London's top attractions with one single, value-for-money ticket, and save up to 5%!
- Visit Westminster Abbey, a historic monument, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Learn about the structure, which serves as the traditional burial site of British monarchs, and also as the coronation church.
- Walk down the aisles where Prince William and Kate Middleton got married in 2011.
- Explore Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece that has been a place of Christian worship for over 1400 years - St. Paul's Cathedral.
- Climb 530 steps up to the Golden Gallery to get unforgettable views of London.
- Traverse from the Whispering Gallery to the Stone Gallery with its wide corridors and high stone walls and marvel at your surroundings through its gaps.
One of London's oldest buildings, the Westminster Abbey boasts stunning Gothic architecture and exquisite stained glass. This iconic structure has hosted 38 coronations, starting with that of William the Conqueror. It has also seen the royal weddings of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, and Prince William. You will also get to see the Coronation Chair, which was created for King Edward I in 1296 and has since been the seat for the crowing of every monarch. To explore Westminster Abbey is to take a trip back in time. It is here that 17 British monarchs, and other exemplary figures such as Isaac Newton and Charles Dickens, are laid to rest. Apart from the Coronation Chair, you will also get to see Poets' Corner, named as such due to the number of poets and writers buried there.
St. Paul's Cathedral
Head over to St. Paul's Cathedral, designed by Sir Christopher Wren to stand on Ludgate Hill after the Great Fire of London. A church here has stood since 604 AD. St Paul's, with its world-famous dome, is an iconic feature of the London skyline. The dome is the world's second-largest dome and has adorned the London skyline for more than 300 years. Enjoy the Cathedral's awe-inspiring interior, and uncover fascinating stories about its history. Then visit the famous Whispering Gallery with its unique acoustics. Continue to the Stone Gallery, then the Golden Gallery atop the dome for a photo opportunity of the breathtaking panoramic views across London. Visit the crypt which is the resting place for famous Britons such as Lord Admiral Nelson, the Duke of Wellington, and Sir Christopher Wren.
Note: The Whispering Gallery and The Golden Gallery are currently closed. The Stone Gallery will be open. Access to the Dome will be open on Saturdays and school holidays only until further notice. The Dome will be open weekdays during the May half term. At the time of writing, it is hoped the Dome will re-open daily from the summer holidays but this is to be confirmed.
Know Before You Go
- Photography is not allowed inside the Abbey.
- Visitors are not allowed to carry large suitcases or bulky items inside the Abbey.
- All dates are subject to availability and the supplier reserves the right to alter its opening times/service at short notice.
- Westminster Abbey is closed as a visitor attraction on Sundays (worship only), 25 December, and Easter Sunday.
- An audio guide is available on-site for an additional £5.
- Some areas are unavoidably inaccessible to those permanently confined to wheelchairs.
- It is recommended that people using wheelchairs enter through the North Door.
- Guide dogs are allowed at the Abbey.
- Comfortable shoes are recommended as much of the floor and steps of the Abbey are uneven.
- While there is no strictly enforced dress code, please note that the Abbey is a place of worship, and it is better to be dressed modestly.
St. Paul's Cathedral
- Please be advised to not bring along bags or items larger than typical airline carry-on dimensions, since there is no left luggage or cloakroom to deposit said baggage.
- The multimedia guides are available in 9 languages. Each device is thoroughly cleaned before and after each use.
- Mon - 10 AM to 1 PM
- Wed - 4 PM to 7 PM
- Fri - 10 AM to 1 PM
- Sat - 9 AM to 3 PM
- Tue, Thu, and Sun: Closed
The Abbey is open for one hour after the last entry.
Please note that the Abbey closes for visiting one hour before the aforementioned times.
St. Paul's Cathedral
- Usual sightseeing hours from 17 May 2021: 12 PM to 4:30 PM (Mon-Sat).
While there are social distancing in place, the following areas at Westminster Abbey are closed to visitors:
- All the ambulatory side chapels
- Elizabeth I and Mary Tudor tombs
- Mary Queen of Scots tomb
- The Galleries (opening in July)
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