St Paul's Cathedral Admission Ticket

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Duration - 1 to 3 hours

INR 1,393 p.p. onwards

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London, United Kingdom

Receive entry into St Paul's Cathedral - Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece. Explore the vast Cathedral Floor with its exquisite decor of mosaics, sculptures, paintings and artworks. Climb the Dome to the Whispering Gallery with its unique acoustics, and then up and outside to the Stone Gallery and finally the Golden Gallery with breathtaking panoramic views over London. Descend to the Crypt which houses tombs and memorials to British heroes such as Admiral Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and Sir Winston Churchill. 
• Discover the unique architecture - the only English Baroque style cathedral in the country.
• Walk the same ground as Prince Charles and Princess Diana when they married in 1981.
• Access to explore all five levels of the Cathedral. Two hours average visit.
• Multimedia guides included in nine languages, for adults and families. 
• Guided tours (no extra cost) to join on arrival.

Available options

INR 1,393
p.p. onwards

Visit: St. Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD England

A cathedral has stood on this site since the year 604 and the current Cathedral is now the fourth to have been built here after the 1666 Great Fire of London destroyed its predecessor. St Paul's is England's place of national celebration and has hosted Royal Weddings such as that of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981 and Diamond Jubilee celebrations for both Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II. St Paul's Cathedral is famous for its iconic Dome which you can climb up to three circular viewing points.

With so much to discover about the history, architecture and role of a national Cathedral you'll appreciate the excellent multimedia guides included with your admission. Available in nine languages in adult and engaging family formats. Or register on arrival to join guided tours and welcome talks led by Cathedral guides.

Terms & conditions

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

Additional info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Please exchange your voucher for tickets with staff at the main admission points of the Cathedral.
  • No bags or items larger than 45cm x 30cm x 25cm (including handles, wheels and pockets).
  • Personal non-flash photography is permitted inside the Cathedral except on the Whispering Gallery. The recording of video and the use of lighting, selfie sticks, tripods and monopods are not permitted.
  • Child ticket holders (available to those aged 6-17) must be accompanied and supervised by an adult aged 18 or over when accessing the Dome Galleries.
  • Please note: Special services or events may close all, or part, of the cathedral at short notice. Please check specific sightseeing opening hours before you visit.
  • Multimedia guides are included. If you are interested in a real tour guide at certain times a day you are able to reserve a place at the guiding desk when you arrive at the cathedral. It is not possible to make reservations in advance.
  • Entry into the Cathedral is accessible to wheelchair users and step free access is available throughout and between the Cathedral Floor and Crypt. However access to the Dome Galleries is unavoidably via stairs only which are narrow and steep in places. A video of the views from the climb can be found on the multimedia guide.
  • A self-identifying disabled person may receive free entry along with a carer or necessary companion (all such free places are allocated on arrival and cannot be booked).
  • You do not need to pre-book an entry timeslot.
  • Please note that the Whispering Gallery is closed to the public until further notice. Entrance to the Golden Gallery is subject to availability due to capacity controls in operation, and there may be time restrictions in place.
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • The wearing of face coverings is no longer mandatory, however we welcome and encourage worshippers, visitors, staff and volunteers to continue to wear masks if they prefer, and encourage everyone to be mindful and respectful of the choices of others.


  • Multimedia guide available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin, Japanese, Korean, British Sign Language (BSL) and English Audio Description (AD)
  • Guided tours and talks (Places are limited. Register on arrival)
  • Entry/Admission - St. Paul's Cathedral

Departure time

St Paul's Cathedral Admission Ticket
4/1/2022 - 3/31/2023
Monday - Saturday : 08:30 AM - 04:00 PM
Wednesday : 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Thursday : 08:30 AM - 04:00 PM

Recent reviews

G2030XNtinal   17th September 2022

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A great place to go in London. There is a staircase that goes right to the top, where you can see all over London. Unfortunately, there is no lift to the top, due to the age of the building, so bear in mind that you'll have to climb the spiral staircase.

DesmondBono   27th August 2022

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Iconic building that we were glad that we were able to visit. We took a self-guided tour, and were able to see a lot of the cathedral. A little strange to have the church service going on, while people milled about and took photos. We went everywhere on the main floor and downstairs. Very impressive.

globetraipser   2nd September 2022

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We booked online with an entry time in the late afternoon on a Monday and were able to enter with no queue. There was much more to see here than I recall from my first visit over 40 years ago. The audio guide was invaluable. It's an architectural triumph and quite impressive to see in person. Unfortunately the Whispering Gallery was closed. Although it was high season (mid-August), it was not too overly crowded. (It's hard to feel crowded in such an immense place.) Allow at least one hour for a thorough visit, more if you are a true history buff.

Jonnyjubb   29th August 2022

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Always walk past St Paul’s, but have never been in… Decided to remedy that and bought two tickets online (via Network Rail’s 2for1 offer). Wasn’t disappointed. The Cathedral is everything you’d expect it to be - huge and ornate. I’m an atheist, but you can’t not be impressed. Went to the top. Be warned - as there were no signs that we saw - these are a lot of steps. Half of these are on spiral, iron staircases and some of the doors/corridors are low and narrow… so not for the unfit or overly wide… The views at the top are well worth it though. The whispering gallery is currently closed. The crypt is equally impressive, although the ‘cafe’ was a little bit basic.

Metropolitan_Man   28th August 2022

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Tickets are slightly on the pricey side (£42 for 2), but the Church is interesting to explore. Some interesting items in the Crypt, with several famous British people buried there. Also if you can brave the stairs some great views from the top of the building.

GrahamA603   31st August 2022

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Visited St Pauls and used their excellent self paced audio/video guide. The guide encompasses the history, the architecture, beliefs and other fascinating insights into this historic cathedral. Most areas are available to view including the staircase to the dome (lot of steps and a lot of puff - not for those who dislike heights or small spaces) and the crypt. Had only intended to spend a couple of hours, but stayed for the day. If you catch it right, you can take in a service or hear choir practice.

Ezio C   11th September 2022

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The portable tourist guide was very complete and helped us to visit every corner of the cathedral with all the information needed to appreciate its history, art and architecture.

Akhil_D   1st September 2022

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Great for young kids w the activities. Bade making, treasure hunts and exploring the crypt. Will keep them busy for 2 hours

Immanuel K   30th August 2022

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A very impressive London landmark, although rather expensive to go into. Probably not as much history to explore as a lot of other cathedrals - most of what is there is quite narrowly focused on more recent figures buried there than on the older history of the Diocese of London. If you're interested in the historical figures of the 19th century in particular, the graves here are a must-see - Nelson, Wellington, Nightingale etc. We missed out on visiting the galleries, but these look very impressive from the ground. There is a lot to explore in the crypt as well as above ground so allow plenty of time (especially given the ticket price). One thing to watch out for is that the café, gift shop and toilets are all outside the ticket line, so keep your tickets handy to get back in and don't visit these areas between 'last admissions' and closing time/Evensong as you won't be able to get back in other than to attend Evensong. (This may mean making a deliberate point of timing your trip to the toilet so you don't lose out on your last half hour!)

joycep67   28th August 2022

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Well worth the money, we took the audio tour and what an amount of information it gave you. Was better than walking around reading notices. The staff kept you well informed of the times of the services held while you are on your visit and you can join the service if you wish. We bought the two for 1 tickets so made it cheaper.