St. Paul's Cathedral

London, England
4.7 / 10
Anglican Church standing on Ladgate Hill. Since the early Middle Ages, Christian churches were built in this place. The last Catholic cathedral fell into decay after the reforms of Henry VIII; only ruins remained on the top of the hill. In the XVII century. construction began on a completely new cathedral designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Many iconic personalities of British history are buried in the temple: W. Churchill, Admiral Nelson, A. Fleming and others.
St. Paul's Cathedral
Address:St. Paul's Churchyard, London
Phone:+44 20 7246 8350
Hours:monday: 08:30–16:00 tuesday: 08:30–16:00 wednesday: 08:30–16:00 thursday: 08:30–16:00 friday: 08:30–16:00 saturday: 08:30–16:00 sunday: Closed


It's an amazing building. Huge, imposing and beautiful. I've got some good photos there of the building and candid street shots. Never been in, I refuse to pay those prices but outside is impressive enough. Look down as well, on the ground is a.. Read more »


Really special part of London, it’s a huge place and you get to escape the busyness of the city. You can queue or pre book (cheaper) and you have a small security check before you go in. There were lots of school visits when we went but plenty of roo.. Read more »


Wonderful place. So much to see and take in. Great view from the top of the dome, although it fair near killed me getting up there. Well worth it though. The video installation art at the rear of the cathedral really made me stop to think. Very power.. Read more »


Truly a marvel for all to see. No matter who you are, your background, or personality, etc, it's a lovely place to visit and appreciate from a historical and architectural point of view. The place is majestic. As you walk through you do really apprec.. Read more »


St. Paul's Cathedral is located on the northern side of the Millennium Bridge. I got there by getting off at the St. Paul Station and then head south. St Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican Church and is a cathedral as it's the seat of the Bishop of Lon.. Read more »


Stunning building, with stunning views from the top. We easily spent a couple of hours here on a Friday afternoon, and it wasn't crowded at all. We took the stairs to the top, not for the faint-hearted but a nice challenge if you're up to it. We didn.. Read more »


Impressive building.. very nice when the sun shines through the windows.. great to go up the stairs- but just in case small spaces and heights doesn’t make you feel sick.. the higher you get the more challenging it is and there is no space for return.. Read more »


Beautiful and majestic cathedral which also happens to be the second largest in the world. During night it is lit up and walking around it in the dark is an experience, all though a bit spooky. Unfortunately the cathedral closes early during the day .. Read more »


Beautiful gardens and well kept... Unable to enjoy anything at the moment due to lock down. Have always been a visitor here but am yet to go inside


Definitely go when evensong is on as you can get into the cathedral for free (non view walking just cathedral-still insanely beautiful) and it's super magical with sound. One of the most beautiful things to experience in London.


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