St Paul’s Cathedral is arguably London’s greatest cathedral. Built by Christopher Wren and considered his masterpiece, St Paul’s has stood imposingly in the City of London for the past 300 years. It famously withstood the bombardment of the Blitz during the Second World War, and has become something of a monument to the determination and resilience of London and Londoners in general.
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 Paul’s 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 sightseeing.
How much does it cost to visit Paul’s Cathedral?
Unfortunately it is not free to visit St Paul’s. The entrance fee is £23 for adults.
Top Tip: Buy your St Paul’s tickets in advance for a cheaper rate.