St. Paul's Cathedral - London

St. Paul's Cathedral, London

This famous domed Cathedral was the masterpiece of Sir Christopher Wren. It was rebuilt in 1710, after the original St. Paul’s was destroyed in the Great Fire of London. Its dome is one of the largest in the world. Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana were married at the Cathedral on July 29, 1981 to a worldwide audience of over 750 million people.

Today, St. Paul’s Cathedral is visited by millions of people from around the world. Many people access St Paul’s via the Millennium Bridge from the South Bank (pictured above), which offers stunning views of the south side of the Cathedral from the river. Enjoy exploring the Cathedral’s historic interior, including The Crypt (the largest in Europe), the Golden Gallery (climb 528 steps to reach the top to see breathtaking views), the Whispering Gallery, and the Stone Gallery. Guided Tours are included in the admission fee.

Nearest Underground Station

St. Paul’s (Central line)

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Open Monday-Saturday. Sundays open for worship only. Visit their website for more info on tickets, schedules and guided tours.

St. Paul’s Cathedral

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