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Admission to St Paul's Cathedral (cathedral floor, crypt & galleries)IPod touch multimedia guide
Filming and photography is not allowed inside the cathedral and we ask visitors not to use their mobile phones. Photography is however allowed from the exterior Galleries (Stone and Golden Galleries) which offer fantastic 360° panoramic views of London.
St Paul’s Cathedral is a working church and special services or events may sometimes close all or part of the cathedral - please check before your visit.
The IPod touch multimedia guide is included and offered to all individual visitors. It is available in 11 languages and provides up to 90 minutes of self guided content.
Please note that savings are calculated from the attraction's advertised gate rate.
Please noteAs part of a review into how cathedral users enter, explore, and exit the cathedral building during sightseeing hours, the Crypt door at street level on the NW corner of St Paul’s will be exit only for the period 29th June to 29th August.
This will mean that over this trial period the toilets, shop and café, which are usually accessible in the un-ticketed western end of the Crypt, will only be accessible to cathedral sightseers who have already entered the Cathedral.
We envisage the only impact being for guides and group leaders who may usually like to use the Crypt toilets before entering the Cathedral at the main West end entrance. Over this trial period they should either amend their route and first enter the Cathedral at the main West end entrance before heading down to the Crypt toilets during the visit, or use alternative external toilets before arriving at the Cathedral.
Great value! Great value and got to skip the queue straight to the front!
Lots to see and learn and the whispering tour is a great treat.
A great tour around an iconic landmark.
ST PAUL'S BRILLIANT
Enjoyed It was easy to exchange for the ticket.I joined the guided tour, was lucky to be in a small group.
St Great A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE FULL VALUE FOR MONEY ACTUALLY SPENT MORE TIME IN THERE THAN PLANNED EVEN GOT TO THE VERY TOP OH THOSE STIRS TERRIFIC VIEWS RECOMMEND IT.
St Paul's What a majestic place this is. Well organised and good value for money. No problem with our ticket on entry and we were soon in receipt of a free audio iPod tour. There is an adult and children version. You also have a free children's activity book to complete together with a free pencil. Under the Dome there is a seating area and members of the clergy appear from time to time and talk to the visitors and pray. I thought they were really welcoming and not at all off putting. Saying the Lord's Prayer under the beauty of the dome's frescos was special. As well as the church you can visit the galleries and crypt. There are lots of steps to the galleries although I did see a lift perhaps to the Whispering Gallery? The view from the top Golden Gallery was super. In the Crypt there is Christopher Wren's simple grave and seeing Nelson's and Wellington's grand final resting places was particularly poignant in this 200th anniversary year of the Battle of Waterloo.
Walked straight in A beautiful place, well worth the visit and kept our 6 year old interested. No queues for entering. Again, smooth purchase process.
St pauls We had a fabulous day. St Paul's was breathtaking. A really inspiring place to visit, full of stunning architecture, magnificent views, and steeped in history.Not to be missed.
One of our best visits in London An inspiring building, with excellent audio guide. I visited St Paul's as a school child and realise now that I didn't see anything. The dome paintings, mosaics and crypt are particularly impressive. Would recommend to anyone although the climb to the galleries is difficult for any with mobility issues.
Views Amazing views from top of St Paul's after a very long climb up stairs. Do not attempt unless you are reasonably fit and have no knee pain!!
Breathtaking It is difficult to find words to describe this building - it is simply magnificent and should be a 'must do' if visiting London. The audio guides were comprehensive and informative. The paintings in the interior are quite simply breathtaking and it is worth climbing to the first level to the famous 'Whispering Gallery'. We didn't go to the higher levels because of the number of steps involved! This did not detract from our visit in any way though. The crypt was also interesting with the Duke of Wellington, Lord Nelson and Millais buried there.