Designed by Sir Christopher Wren as part of a major rebuilding programme after the Great Fire Of London. This Anglican cathedral built in the 17th century is the seat of the Bishop of London and sits on Ludgate Hill. This is the highest point of the city and the original church which was on this site dated all the way back to AD 604. St Pauls Cathedral London is a grade 1 listed building and dedicates itself to Paul the Apostle. It’s dome shaped top is very recognisable and the cathedral is one of the most famous among London’s attractions. Between Monday and Saturday you are able to visit for sightseeing. Check our calendar page for opening times. You can book your tickets online right now with their online booking system. Booking your tickets in advanced is always advised to avoid any disappointment on the day.
Sightseeing At St Pauls Cathedral London
Steeping inside the cathedral will have you in a state of awe. The inspiring interior from the floors to ceiling is why St Pauls Cathedral London is an architectural marvel. Then you have the fascinating stories about the history, all the rich work and worship that takes place here too. There are five levels to the cathedral to see and the fifth will give you some outstanding views across the city. Walk in the footsteps of royalty and political leaders on the cathedral floor. Head to the top floors to see our galleries or you can go below to the crypt where our nations heroes are buried. In your ticket price you get a tour led by one of our friendly and knowledgeable guides and a handy media guide to browse through.
Did you know that St Pauls Cathedral London is also a school too? Your kids can now enrol into the prep school at the cathedral between reception and year 8. There are also sports clubs, your child can be a chorister and lots more. Visit us on one of our open afternoons or get in touch for more info.
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Head over to the website to see more information about St Paul’s Cathedral and everything that goes on there. Speak to one of our helpful team if you have any questions. All of our contact details are listed right here on this page. There is also a map which shows the exact location of the cathedral if you wasn’t sure. Keep in touch and up to date with all of our latest news info and events by following the social media pages for the cathedral.
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