Westminster Abbey

London, England
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The main church of Great Britain is not only an important religious center, but also the place of coronation and burial of British monarchs. The abbey was founded by Edward the Confessor at the beginning of the XI century. It acquired a modern look in the XV century. Beginning in Harold II, all the kings of Great Britain were crowned here. The abbey is open to tourists, there are often concerts of classical music and exhibitions.
Westminster Abbey
Address:20 Deans Yd, London
Phone:+44 20 7222 5152
Hours:monday: 09:30–15:30 tuesday: 09:30–15:30 wednesday: 09:30–18:00 thursday: 09:30–15:30 friday: 09:30–15:30 saturday: 09:30–15:30 sunday: Closed


This is truly an amazing building. Spectacular gothic architecture (make sure you pay the extra £5 for entrance to the "queen's gallery" at the top of the Abbey for a thrilling view and a gorgeous collection of artifacts, including authentically cost.. Read more »


First of all in order to enter in a low cost if you are a tourist, make sure you have the London Explorer pass that grants you free access to a specific amount of attractions. With this pass we had a fast pass entry to the Abbey, which did not really.. Read more »


Westminster Abbey, formally titled the Collegiate Church of Saint Peter at Westminster, is a large, mainly Gothic abbey church in the City of Westminster, London, England, just to the west of the Palace of Westminster. It is one of the United Kingdom.. Read more »


Absolutely enormous, with a chapel inside the chapel. I was very impressed by the Poets corner and the Lady' Chapel ceiling. Pictures are not allowed inside but you can visit the surrounding area and still took some. I totally recommend a visit espec.. Read more »


The Abbey is very old and full of amazing history. They give you an audio guide as part of your admission ticket and it is very interactive and interesting to listen to. They did a great job with their recordings and tour layout. If you have the fund.. Read more »


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