We have 14 Reviews for St Paul's Cathedral Flexible Tickets
Brookshe, 25/03/2023 (Young Adults)
Very interesting and moving. Disappointed couldn't go up Dome as too many steps. Would recommend to anyone who is fit enough to climb
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philippe, 03/12/2017 (Senior Adults)
Fantastic place and excellent guided tour. And a very nice cafeteria.
Tiff, 18/03/2017 (Mature Adults)
Definitely did not expect St Paul's Cathedral to be as massive and stunning as it was in person. Very glad I took the time to buy tickets to the tour on the inside. Two of the galleries were closed at the time, but we got to visit the main level, Whispering Gallery, and the Crypt. In complete awe of the sights. Thanks!
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.
CJ, 07/03/2016 (Family with adult children)
Rr Kh, 15/01/2016 (Mature Adults)
It was easy to exchange for the ticket.I joined the guided tour, was lucky to be in a small group.
Lich, 29/11/2015 (Senior Adults)
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.
ClementineLiz, 10/08/2015 (Family with young children)
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
oneclairebear, 24/07/2015 (Family with young children)
A beautiful place, well worth the visit and kept our 6 year old interested. No queues for entering. Again, smooth purchase process.