St Paul’s Cathedral, London
A visit to St Paul’s Cathedral takes you beyond that world famous West Front and Dome to wander around the breathtaking interiors and to see the intriguing artefacts that catalogue the life and heritage of one of the nation’s finest buildings. See the richly decorated nave and the interior of the dome, the chapels, the High Altar of marble and guilded oak, and the underground crypt where you can see the tombs of Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and Christopher Wren whose masterpiece St Paul’s cathedral was. On Sundays Dome Climbs are run; you’ll have panoramic views over London from the Golden Gallery and the Stone Gallery which run around the outside of the dome – well worth the 500 steps!
Introductory and more indepth Guided Tours are run, with the latter taking in the Librabry and Trophy Room on the Triforium level. Allow 2 hours for your visit and a bit longer if you fancy a bite to eat in the café or tea room.
Open Mon-Sat 8.30am-4.30pm
T: 0207 246 8350 or book online All information correct at the time of writing