One of the great architectural landmarks of London, St Paul’s Cathedral tickets are now on sale giving you access to this iconic building.
St Paul’s Cathedral has now graced London’s skyline for over 300 years. But there has been a cathedral on the site of St Paul’s sing 604AD. St Paul’s Cathedral tickets give visitors entry from £7.20. Book Here.
Enjoy the beautiful décor of the vast cathedral floor before climbing to the famous Whispering Gallery* with its unique acoustics. Continue to the Stone or *Golden Galleries on top of the dome for breath-taking panoramic views across London.
The crypt is the resting place for famous Britons such as Lord Admiral Nelson, the Duke of Wellington, and the cathedral’s architect – Sir Christopher Wren. Visitors will also find the award-winning 270° film experience, Oculus – an eye into St Paul’s.
Booking your St Paul’s Cathedral ticket allows you to explore using included multimedia guides available in nine languages or join onto a guided tour or introductory talk, all at no extra cost.
*Please note at the present time the Whispering Gallery and Golden Gallery are currently closed.
ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL OPENING HOURS
St Paul’s Cathedral is open to visitors Monday to Saturday from 8:30am to 4pm (last admission)
Once inside St Paul’s the galleries are open from 9:30am to 4:15pm. The cathedral closes for sightseeing at 4:30pm.
Special services may close all, or part, of the cathedral at short notice.
ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL – COVID-19 INFORMATION
- In accordance with the Government’s guidelines, you will be asked to provide your name and contact details upon entry to the Cathedral for the Test and Trace service, and masks MUST be worn in the Cathedral shop. It is strongly advised that all visitors to the Cathedral wear a mask throughout their visit.
- Visitors are requested to keep a 2-metre distance, approx. 4 Cathedral floor tiles, from staff and other visitors.
- The Cathedral is operating a one-way system
- Staff are regularly cleaning the visitor areas to keep the Cathedral clean and safe for visitors and staff
- There are hand sanitiser stations on entry to the Cathedral. Visitors are welcome to use their own hand sanitiser also
- To ensure that every visitor and staff can keep a 2-metre distance. Numbers may be limited into the Cathedral at one time. This includes limits on the number of people who can attend services. Please be aware that there maybe a queue to enter the Cathedral
- Security screening of people and bag checking will be in operation at all times. Please try not to bring bags or luggage; any items larger than airline hand baggage (56cm x 45cm x 25cm, including handles, wheels and pockets) are not permitted. There is no cloakroom facility.
ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL ADDRESS
St Paul’s Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD