St Margaret's Church
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Tucked in next to the grandeur of Westminster Abbey, this little church was founded in the 12th century; since 1614, it’s served as the official church of the House of Commons. The interior features some of the most impressive pre-Reformation stained glass in London. The east window (1509) commemorates the marriage of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon; others celebrate Britain’s first printer, William Caxton (buried here in 1491), explorer Sir Walter Raleigh (executed in Old Palace Yard in 1618) and writer John Milton (1608-74), who married his second wife here in 1656.
Next to Westminster Abbey
|Transport:||Tube: Westminster or St James's Parl|
|Opening hours:||Open 9.30am-3.30pm Mon-Fri; 9.30am-1.30pm Sat; 2-4.30pm Sun (times vary due to services)|
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