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St. Pauls Cathedral
The history of St. Pauls Cathedral dates way back to 604 AD. The earliest incarnations of St. Pauls were short lived, repeatedly damaged by fires and Viking attacks. It was the structure begun in roughly 1087 AD by Bishop Maurice, Chaplain to William the Conqueror that would last for almost 600 years. War, lightening and fire all but destroyed St. Pauls by 1666 but by 1675, Sir Christopher Wren had begun to reinvent the Cathedral in to its current glory. It was completed by 1708 when the last stones were laid by Christopher Wren Junior and Edward Strong, son of the master stonemason.Inside the Cathedral you will be able to marvel at the incredible interior that boasts the third largest organ in the world, stunning pieces of art, the bomb-damaged High Altar, and the breathtaking Nave. Don’t forget to explore the famous Dome, and check out the tomb of Sir Christopher Wren himself in the Crypt.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult (Age 18 - 64)||£18.00 per adult|
|Child (Age 6 - 17)||£7.00 per child|
|Family of 4 (1 Adult and up to 3 Children)||£30.70 per family|
|Family of 5 (2 Adults and up to 3 Children)||£43.70 per ticket|
|Senior (Age 65+)||£16.00 per ticket|
|Student (with Valid student ID card)||£16.00 per ticket|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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