St Paul's Cathedral, London. Interior, detail. Attribution: CC 2.0 Generic. Image: Magnus Manske

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St Paul’s Cathedral

  • Friday 6 September 2024
    (10.30am/2pm Meet inside West Door)
  • St Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD
  • Guide: St Paul’s Cathedral guides

St Paul’s Cathedral is the City of London’s principal ornament and most famous landmark. There has been a church dedicated to St Paul on this site for more than 1400 years. The present cathedral was built between 1675-1710 by the architect Sir Christopher Wren.

There are two tours, morning and afternoon, which can be booked separately or combined at a reduced fee. If you would like to attend both tours choose the combined tour on the booking page.

Morning Tour
The morning tour will take in the cathedral floor, including the Geometric Stairs, the Quire and the American Memorial Chapel –  and the Crypt.

Afternoon Tour
The afternoon tour will be to The Triforium, including the newly refurbished Library and the Trophy Room where the model of Wren’s Greek Cross design is on display.               

Headsets will be used throughout



St Paul’s Cathedral guides

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