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St. Paul's Cathedral

With the London City Pass, your ticket into St. Paul’s Cathedral is FREE and you save £18.50. 

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Redesigned into the English Baroque style of architecture in 1666, St. Paul’s Cathedral is considered to be one of the biggest churches in the world, and it is also the most famous attraction in London. This imposing cathedral enchants its visitors by the breathtaking sights of its outer facades and its interior designs. Inside the cathedral, you can find a dome that you can climb and enjoy a wonderful view. In the crypts, the last resting places of Admiral Wellington and the architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral, Sir Wren, can be found. 

Opening Hours St. Paul’s Cathedral

Monday – Saturday: 8.30am – 4.30pm
Last admission: 4pm

St. Paul’s Cathedral opens its doors to visitors from Mondays to Saturdays, 8.30am – 4.30pm. During these times, visitors have the opportunity to be amazed by St. Paul’s Cathedral as they explore the church grounds and its interesting galleries. Last admissions into the cathedral is at 4pm , half an hour before the official end of opening hours. The cathedral is generally closed on Sundays.  

Admission fees St. Paul’s Cathedral

As a Pass Holder, your ticket to St. Paul’s Cathedral is already included with your London City Pass. Your London City Pass will also be delivered to an address of your choice so that you can have your tickets already in your pocket before you even arrive in London!

Address St. Paul’s Cathedral

Address:
St. Paul’s Churchyard
London EC4M 8AD

+44 20 7246 8350 

St. Paul’s Cathedral is conveniently located in the center of London, which allows you the opportunity to continue your exploration of London after your visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral. With the public transportation system, you can easily visit other top attractions of the British capital.  

Directions St. Paul’s Cathedral

Direction:
Central Line to St. Paul’s

 Traveling to St. Paul’s Cathedral is fast and easy when using the public transportation system in London. By using the Central Line, you can visit many famous top attractions and sights in London—including St. Paul’s Cathedral. If you get off at the train stop, “St. Paul’s,” you only have to walk a short distance to explore St. Paul’s Cathedral! 

Highlights St. Paul’s Cathedral

  • Has one of the largest church domes in the world
  • Underground chapels and museum
  • Impressive Baroque-style interior designs 

Attractions Near St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral is located in the center of London and also a stone’s throw from the Thames River. For this reason, exploring other top attractions in London is no problem after a visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral. After just a short (but beautiful) stroll over the Thames River, you can reach attractions like the Tate Gallery of Modern Art. If you would like to stay on the same side of the Thames Rivers, we recommend a visit to the nearby Museum of London or the Bank of England Museum

Architecture of St. Paul’s Cathedral

The Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren, and its construction was completed in 1710. Because of the amazing acoustics in the gallery, a whispering gallery was later added to the cathedral. The cathedral’s dome is especially impressive, which depicts the life of St. Paul. Crypts can also be found underneath the cathedral, which is the home to monuments and tombs.

Explore St. Paul’s Cathedral for FREE with the London City Pass and have your ticket to St. Paul’s Cathedral already in your pocket before you even arrive in London!