- Enjoy entry to the magnificent St. Paul’s Cathedral, one of London’s most iconic landmarks steeped in over 300 years of history
- Explore the awe-inspiring interior where legendary figures of British history, such as the Duke of Wellington and Sir Winston Churchill, are buried
- Climb to the top of the majestic dome for breath-taking aerial views over London
- Tour the cathedral independently or with a multimedia guide available in nine languages
With its vast dome towering over Ludgate Hill, St Paul’s Cathedral is certainly one of London’s most majestic buildings. Standing tall for over 300 years, it still manages to dominate the iconic London skyline, so a trip to this sacred site is a must when visiting the capital. Once inside, you’ll be stunned by the sheer beauty and grandeur of the interior. Take a trip down to the crypts, the largest in Europe, where British legends like Lord Admiral Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and the architect of the cathedral himself, Sir Christopher Wren are buried. Then climb to the Whispering Gallery for a unique acoustic experience and if you aren’t afraid of heights, climb a further 270 steps to the Golden Gallery. Here you’ll be rewarded with spectacular views over the River Thames, Tate Modern, and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.