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St Paul's Cathedral Tickets

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Sitting majestically at the top of Ludgate Hill, St Paul’s Cathedral is a spiritual centre at the heart of London.

A cathedral site since AD 604, Sir Christopher Wren completed his architectural masterpiece in 1711 after the Great Fire of London destroyed the previous incarnation.

Whether you climb the Dome, discover the crypt, or treat yourself to afternoon tea there’s something for everyone. Ascend the spiral staircase to the Whispering Gallery before travelling up and out to the Stone and Golden Galleries, there you will experience a breathtaking panoramic view of London unmatched in the city.

A St Paul’s Cathedral ticket from 365 includes discounted entry to one of London’s most iconic landmarks, a must see for all visitors to London.

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Good To Know About St Paul's Catherdral

 

How long will it take to explore St Paul's Cathedral?

On average we recommed you allow two hours for your visit. There is no maximum or minimum visit time imposed by St Paul’s Cathedral although note that there is just 30 minutes from last entry until closure.

Is there a guided tour included at St Paul's Cathedral?

Yes there is. You can join one of the 90 minute guided tours of the Cathedral Floor and Crypt in English led by cathedral guides. These usually start at 10.00, 11.00, 13.00 and 14.00. Please note that this is extremly popular and places are limited. We recommend that you register to join a tour as soon as you arrive at the cathedral.

Alternatively, the Cathedral offers a touchscreen multimedia guide with up to 90 minutes of interactive self-guided content which is available in nine languages (English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Mandarin), as well as British Sign Language (BSL) and Audio Description (AD). You can choose from a full, short or family tour option to suit your visit and timeframe.

Is there anything I can't bring or do at St Paul's Cathedral?

Visitors are not permitted to bring any bag, rucksack or suitcase into St Paul's Cathedral which would be larger than airline hand baggage (56cm x 45cm x 25cm, including handles, wheels and pockets). There is no cloackroom facility on site to store baggage. Please note that bags may be searched on entry.

Filming and photography is not permitted inside the Cathedral, this includes use of mobile phones. However, non-commercial photography without tripods is permitted from the exterior Dome Galleries (Stone and Golden Galleries) which offer fantastic 360° panoramic views of London.

How to get to St Paul's Cathedral?

St Paul's Cathedral is easily accessed via public transport, with the nearest Tube stations being St Paul's (2 minutes away) or Blackfriars (8 minutes away). 

Buses run regularly to stops close to the St Paul's Cathedral. You can reach the St Paul's Cathedral by travelling on the following bus numbers: 4, 8, 11, 15, 17, 23, 25, 26, 56, 76, 100, 172, 242 and 521.

You can also travel by river on the MBNA Thames Clipper which is a 9 minute walk from Blackfriars Pier.