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, and is a must see for all visitors to London.

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Adult (18-59) £17.00 £16.00 £1.00
Child (6-17) £7.50 £6.70 £0.80
Senior (60+) £15.00 £14.00 £1.00
Student (Valid NUS ID) £15.00 £14.00 £1.00
Family (2 Adult + 2 Child) £41.50 £40.50 £1.00
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St Paul's Cathedral - Entry Ticket

To mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, the lights will recreate the famous V shape as on 8 May 1945. 

For three nights from Friday 8 - Sunday 10 May the lights will project from the south side of the Cathedral. 

The Bell Ringers at St Paul’s will also mark the occasion by ringing a quarter peal of 1270 changes of Stedman Cinques on Saturday 9 May beginning at 11am.

Tickets include:

- Fast Track entry
- Access to all 5 levels of the cathedral (cathedral floor, crypt, Whispering, Stone and Golden Galleries)
- Touch screen multimedia guides
- Option to join onto guided tours and welcome talks upon arrival
- Oculus, 270° film experience

St Paul's Cathedral - Sir Christopher Wren's iconic masterpiece sees it's 300th anniversary with the end of a 15 year £40m clean and repair programme. It is a spiritual centre in the heart of London and visited by millions every year from around the world. Sightseeing tickets are available to book for Mondays to Saturdays. On Sundays, St Pauls is open for worship only.

Standard tickets from 365 include discount and should simply be presented at the pre-paid entrance on arrival at the Cathedral.

For changes to opening times see 'More Information'...

Why not combine your visit to St Paul's Cathedral with other famous attractions and activities in London such as Kensington Palace or a Thames Cruise.

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St Paul’s Cathedral, whose dome dominates London’s skyline, is England’s architectural masterpiece and place of national celebration. The cathedral was designed by the famed architect Sir Christopher Wren, after the Great Fire of London in 1666 destroyed its predecessor. The cathedral took 35 years to build from 1675 – 1710, spanning the lives of five monarchs and was the first cathedral to have been built and completed in its architect’s lifetime.

St Paul’s Cathedral is where people and events of overwhelming national significance have been celebrated, mourned or commemorated. From state funerals for British heroes such as Sir Winston Churchill, to the Royal Wedding of Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer, and National Services of Thanksgiving to celebrate the Silver, Golden and Diamond Jubilee’s of Her Majesty the Queen.

IPod touch-screen multimedia guides in 11 languages are included for sightseers offering up to 90 minutes of audio commentary, videos and imagery for a self guided tour. Tours led by cathedral guides are also offered, usually starting at 10.00, 11.00, 13.00 & 14.00 and last for 90 minutes; visitors should register to join a tour once inside the cathedral.

Explore the cathedral floor then visit the Whispering Gallery to test the unique acoustics. Climb further to the Stone and Golden Galleries, which afford breathtaking panoramic views across the city.

Descend to the crypt which houses tombs and memorials to famous Britons such as Admiral Lord Nelson, The Duke of Wellington and Wren himself. Visitors can enjoy the award winning video exhibition located here; ‘Oculus: an eye into St Paul’s’ is a 270° HD film experience that brings the 1400 years of the cathedral’s history to life. The films offer visitors a unique insight into the history of the site and St Paul’s as a vibrant working church.

This Is Not Me, is a month-long exhibition of artwork from the unique perspective of people with an acquired brain injury, organised by the Acquired Brain Injury Forum for London (ABIL).

Running from January 27 to February 26 for all sightseeing visitors to view during their visit, the exciting exhibition in the Cathedral's Minor Canons' Aisle portrays the reality of living with an acquired brain injury and challenges the perceptions of this 'hidden injury'. The 20 works on display have been created by people with a range of acquired brain injuries who are learning to come to terms with changes in their lives, sometimes having to ‘get to know’ themselves and their place in society all over again. Their experience provides a unique lens on the universal themes of alienation, trauma, loss, identity and acceptance.

St Paul’s to host service of commemoration to mark combat operations in Afghanistan

The service, to be held on Friday 13 March at 11am, followed by a parade of personnel from St Paul's to Guildhall, was announced to a packed House of Commons by the Prime Minister.

Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, will join veterans; next of kin of deceased service personnel; senior members of government and military; representatives from Army, Navy, Air Force and other nations who formed part of the NATO-led force; government and non-government organisations; and industries which contributed to the UK's efforts across Afghanistan from 2001 - 2014. Representatives of the Afghan nation will also be present, together with leaders of world faiths.

The service will remember those who have died and are injured, as well as all who served in Afghanistan, and prayers will also be offered for the people of Afghanistan who have also died or suffered in the conflict. The service will be broadcast live on BBC1.

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Unless stipulated in the booking process all bookings require customers to print their voucher off in order to be exchanged for entry to the attraction or tour. We cannot guarantee entry without a printed voucher and will not be able to cancel or refund customers who do not print the vouchers and therefore can't gain access to the venue or tour.

If you cannot print your voucher off for any reason please contact us before arriving at the venue.

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Amendments

To request an amendment to your booking please contact us at reservations@365tickets.co.uk for support. Amendments to the date, the time and/or the number of tickets are permitted at the discretion of 365 Tickets Limited as they are subject to the terms and conditions of our individual suppliers and surcharges for amendments made may apply.

Valerie C 7 May 2015
verified customer

Never been to the Cathedral before. Found the tour interesting via head phones and was very surprised how light and airy it felt inside the building. Beautiful mosaics and architecture but not over the top. Climb to the Whispering Gallery and beyond to the top of the dome gave spectacular views on the City, and was worthwhile. We were lucky with the weather as it could be less enchanting in the rain. Tickets were purchased easily on line and entry was straightforward. Had a very nice reasonable priced lunch in the crypt, but found the items for sale in the shop very pricey. Altogether a great day out which all four of us enjoyed very much.

Dorottya K 2 May 2015
verified customer

All information on the ticket was very useful. Best price.

Marion M 24 April 2015
verified customer

yes very good no problems

Marion M 24 April 2015
verified customer

yes very good no problems

Lisa A 11 April 2015
verified customer

You could spend hours at St. Paul's. We were there for 3 hours. I have always loved the style of the building anyway but it is beautiful inside. The audio tour was very informative and detailed. My legs were shaking after climbing 528 steps but the view is worth it. You have 3 levels of the climb - there is one very small section where it can be a tight squeeze to get through. I would highly recommend it and we would visit again.

Vlada M 1 March 2015
verified customer

everything was o.k. you can go right to the entrance with the 365 tickets, and there were no people.

Vlada M 1 March 2015
verified customer

everything was o.k. you can go right to the entrance with the 365 tickets, and there were no people.

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