St Paul’s Cathedral is London’s greatest cathedral and its elegant dome is one of the most recognised symbols of London. Christopher Wren’s masterpiece has squatted imposingly in the City of London for the past 300 years. It famously withstood the bombardment of the Blitz and has become something of a monument to the determination and resilience of London and Londoners in general.
You can visit the cathedral to admire its architectural splendour, its crypt – including Nelson and Wellington’s tombs – and marvel at the uncanny acoustics in the famous Whispering Gallery.
St Pauls Cathedral Opening Times
Mon – Sat: 8.30 am – 4pm
Last tickets are sold at 4pm and the cathedral closes for sightseeing at 4.30pm.
Sunday: Open for worshippers only. No visitors.
Nearest Underground Station: St Paul’s (Central Line)
Address: St. Paul’s Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD