St Paul's with its world-famous Dome is an iconic feature of the London skyline with plenty of things to see and do at the Catherdal. Guided tours un every day and are lef by the expert volunteers with plenty of interactive activities to get involved in.
If you're visiting with the little ones then they offer interactive multimedia guides with lots of activities and talking points for the younger visitors. The guides includes quizzes, games and commentary in a variety of languages. Just pick up your guides from the front desk!
A guided tour is the best way to explore the cathedral and you'll be taken on a journey through the history, characters and a chance to explore parts of the cathedral that are usually inaccessible to the public.
There are a number of different talks that last around 20 minutes. There is a highlights tour which gives you a quick overview and touch tours which are suitable for people with visual impairments. Just take a look at the website to see what are available.
They also have an extensive events calendar too! So make sure you check out the calendar before you visit so you know what's happening.
The nearest Underground station is St Paul's on the Central Line (within Zone 1) which is a five minute walk from the Cathedral. Mansion House, Cannon Street and Blackfriars stations on the District and Circle Line are a slightly longer walk. Central Line trains run every 4 minutes during weekdays and every 6 minutes at weekends.Get directions
Tickets priced from £20.50
Tickets priced from £9.00
Self service cafe and Refectory.
Workbooks and 'family trails' on a wide range of topics related to the Cathedral are available to download from the St Paul's website.
A wide range of merchandise from postcards and pens to children's activity books, posters and china.
With specially designed guides and tours, and measures in place to improve physical accessibility, disabled visitors can enjoy a visit to the Cathedral.