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St Paul's Cathedral Tickets - A masterpiece of design that dominates the London skyline

St Pauls Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral is without doubt one of London's most iconic buildings.

As the setting of Charles and Diana's fairytale wedding and the most famous of Christopher Wren’s Cathedrals it is a ‘must see’ for lovers of art, religion, royalty and history. Tickets for St Paul’s Cathedral provide a fascinating insight into not only this breath-taking landmark, but also its wider role during pivotal moments in the city’s past.

St Paul's Cathedral is of course most easily recognised by its impressive Dome, designed as an observatory ‘linking heaven and earth’ it is truly a sight to behold. Discover a wealth of art, including beautiful mosaics and paintings, with the help of a touch screen multimedia guide around the vast Cathedral before heading down into its famous crypts. Here you will find a pass into London’s past, and the final resting places of national heroes including the Duke of Wellington and Lord Nelson. 


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We have 13 Reviews for St Paul's Cathedral Flexible Tickets

One of our best visits in London
Georgee, 21/02/2015 (Senior Adults)
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
Bmth Cherry, 07/11/2014
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
Laney, 16/09/2014 (Mature Adults)
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.

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