St Paul's Cathedral
Explore Sir Christopher Wren's magnum opus; one of London's most iconic landmarks and a stunning example of English Baroque and Renaissance architecture. A veritable treasure trove of religious and historical artefacts, several chapels are located inside its walls, while statues and beautiful works of art are situated around every corner. You'll have the opportunity to explore Europe's largest crypt, where you'll find the final resting place of some of Britain's most famous national heroes.
- Discover The Nave
Discover the nave - a long central aisle on the cathedral floor which provides a breathtaking view of the dome. View a monument to Wellington, one of Britain's greatest soldiers and statesmen, The Grand Organ which is one of the Cathedral's greatest artefacts, and the South Transept - a monument to Britain's naval hero Horatio Nelson.
- View the Dome
See the second largest cathedral dome in world, weighing 65,000 tons, and standing 111 metres high, a prominent feature of the London skyline.
- Explore the Crypt
Visit Europe's largest crypt, the resting place of some of Britain's most historical figures including Nelson, Wellington and Sir Christoper Wren, the architect of St Paul's.
- Visit the Chapels
Seven chapels are located inside St Paul's, including the All Souls' Chapel, a memorial to Lord Kitchener a famous Field Marshal from WW1, and The American Memorial Chapel, an area destroyed during the Blitz and restored to commemorate the 28,000 Americans stationed in the UK during WW2.
- Attraction Address: St. Paul's Cathedral, St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD
- A multilingual audio guide is included with your entrance ticket
- Please note, you will require a printed copy of your E-ticket for entry
- St Paul's Cathedral is closed as a visitor attraction on Sundays (worship only), 25 December and Easter Sunday. As the Cathedral is a working Church it is also subject to additional regular closures. Please check before planning your visit in order to avoid disappointment
- Photography is now permitted inside the Cathedral. This has been prohibited for many years and the policy change recognises and enables the clear desire from our visitors to capture their experience. This applies to non-professional personal use only. Video, the use of flash, additional lighting, tripods, monopods and selfie sticks are not permitted. Photography of children and young people is prohibited without consent of the accompanying adult. The Whispering Gallery and St Dunstan's Chapel are no photography areas and photography is not permitted during services and should be paused during hourly prayer. Additional areas of the Cathedral may occasionally be designated as “no photography” and this will be indicated with signage
- Unfortunately, the Whispering gallery is temporarily closed until further notice. You can still visit the stone gallery and the golden gallery.
- Evan Evans E-tickets are valid on your nominated date, or on any other date during normal opening hours, for up to 30 days afterwards. All dates are subject to availability and the supplier reserves the right to alter its opening times/service at short notice. Tickets can only be used for one visit and will be taken in by the supplier upon exchange
- Explore the magnificent St Paul's Cathedral
- Enjoy a Guided Tour by a St Paul's Guide
- Visit the crypt, resting place of notable figures from British history
- Climb to the top of the dome and enjoy unrivalled views of the London skyline
Entrance to St Paul's Cathedral
Multilingual Audio Guide
(1 January - 31 December)
Monday To Saturday 8:30am - 4:00pm