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St. Paul's Cathedral Admission Ticket

St. Paul’s Cathedral Admission Ticket. Experience all of St. Paul’s from the Crypt to the Whispering Gallery AND see the tombs of Lord Nelson and the Duke of Wellington with a ticket to St. Paul’s Cathedral. Visit one of the most beautiful and historic landmarks in London by purchasing tickets to St. Paul’s Cathedral.

The landmark, built in the 17th century by Sir Christopher Wren, is well-known for its soaring dome and has played host to royal weddings and the Diamond Jubilee. Among the many things you can do while you are there are tours of the interior, ascents to the Whispering, Stone, and Golden Galleries, as well as a trip to the Crypt.

Highlights

  • Experience all of St. Paul’s from the Crypt to the Whispering Gallery
  • See the tombs of Lord Nelson and the Duke of Wellington
  • Ascend to the Golden Gallery above the dome
  • Multimedia guide in 11 languages

St. Paul’s Cathedral Admission Ticket

St. Paul’s Cathedral

Today, travel to one of London’s most historic attractions with tickets to St. Paul’s Cathedral, where you’ll have access to everything from its chilling Crypt to the restored and beautiful Cathedral, the Whispering Gallery that offers a bird’s eye view of the interior, and finally the Golden Gallery overlooking the Dome that offers an unrivaled panoramic view of London.

St Paul's Cathedral Admission Ticket

Many may have seen St. Paul’s from a distance and marveled at its amazing façade, but today you will have the chance to enter its walls to discover the complicated style and artwork that has enraptured visitors for centuries. Do not miss this opportunity to explore the beauty of St. Paul’s Cathedral on any visit to London.

Although a cathedral has stood on this site since 604, the current structure was erected after the Great Fire of London in 1666 destroyed the previous one. England’s national celebrations have taken place at St Paul’s, including the 1981 wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer and the diamond jubilees of Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II, both of whom were married there.

There are three viewing points on the Dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral that you can climb to get a bird’s-eye view of the city. A national cathedral has so much history, architecture, and significance that you’ll appreciate the excellent multimedia guides that come with your admission. Adult and family-friendly versions are available in nine different languages. Sign up for guided tours and welcome talks by Cathedral guides when you arrive.

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