I will be visiting the Cathedral for a second time in 3 years for a charity event held by VSO in December. They will have Griff Rhys Jones and the City of London Choir performing that evening. It should be a great night. I highly recommend you go and see the Choir performing on the night especially if its in the St Paul's Cathedral. The architectural build simply is one of the greatest in the City.
St Paul's Cathedral
© Michelle Grant / Time Out
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Jul 22 2014
The passing of three centuries has done nothing to diminish the magnificence of St Paul's Cathedral, Christopher Wren's masterpiece and London's most famous cathedral. In the last decade, a £40m restoration project has painstakingly removed most of the Victorian grime from the walls and the extravagant main façade looks as brilliant today as it must have when the first stones were placed in 1708.
The vast open space of the interior contains memorials to national heroes such as Wellington and Lawrence of Arabia, poets John Donne and William Blake, and scientist Alexander Fleming; there are also select pieces of contemporary art and fabulous decorative touches. But the highlights of the place are above you in - and on - the dome: within it is the Whispering Gallery, with its famously good acoustics, and on top is the Golden Gallery, providing giddying views.
As well as tours of the main cathedral and self-guided audio tours, you can book to join special tours of the Triforium – which take in the library, where you can see Wren's original 'Great Model', built to sell his architectural vision to the City commissioners.
Discover more great things to do in The City
Accepts Time Out CardSee great offers available to all the Time Out Card holders
Visit St. Paul's Cathedral with Afternoon Tea for Two
Save 25% or more. Click here to book
St Paul's Cathedral St Paul's Churchyard
What's on at St Paul's Cathedral
- Rating: 2/5
‘Jesus Christ’ would seem a pretty appropriate reaction to Bill Viola’s video installation 'Martyrs', because it’s kind of shocking, awful and watchable all at the same time. Like a car crash or a Michael Bay film. It’s the ‘Transformers’ of religious...
Things to do
In a real coup for Christmas spirit, Age UK – a charity who are working to help older people combat loneliness – have organised this carol concert at St Paul's Cathedral to raise funds. The event is truly star-studded, and will feature musical performances...
Classical and opera, Things to do
Enjoy seasonal readings, festival carols and beautiful choral works at this Christmas concert in Sir Christopher Wren's iconic cathedral. All proceeds go to cancer support charity Maggie's. Find more Christmas carol concerts in London
Guided tours, Things to do
The volunteer-run Occupy London Tours promise to show you the really scary side of London – not just the tourist-friendly mythmaking of Jack the Ripper tours of the East End. This two-hour walk, starting from the steps in front of St Paul's Cathedral...
Average User Rating
5 / 5
- 5 star:3
- 4 star:0
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:0
Go on a Sunday for a service- beautiful music, flowers, the church 'in action' and it doesn't cost a thing...
I visited St Paul's Cathedral recently and was completely overwhelmed by how good condition the Cathedral is still in, although there was currently a service on everyone was very welcome and still allowed for a good explore around the place. Best of all it was free! (Although I believe if you want to have a look at the top of the Cathedral etc then you have to pay) Highly recommend to anyone who enjoys historical landmarks; a must-see.