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Westminster Abbey Tickets

by Westminster Abbey Duration 1d Non-refundable No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is £20
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A stunning Gothic structure iconic to British history, Westminster Abbey is the coronation church of England and is a must-see landmark while in London. Explore its rich history, admire its elegant architecture, and see the burial sites of renowned poets and royalty.

Westminster Abbey − a UNESCO World Heritage Site − boasts more than 700 years of rich British history and is one of the most extraordinary religious buildings in the United Kingdom. It is a traditional place of coronation − where the monarch is formally crowned and adorned with regalia − and burial site for famous English poets, legendary writers and prominent sovereigns.

Enter the majestic building and explore as you wish to discover the wonders of British monarchy. As you stroll around the majestic grounds of Westminster Abbey, the venue for Prince William and Kate Middleton's fairytale wedding in 2011, admire the imperious Gothic designs and intricately designed stained-glass windows, statues and graceful paintings.

See the Coronation Chair, one of the oldest pieces of furniture in the country, which was created to crown King Edward I and is still used for its original purpose today. The chair has hosted the coronation of every single British monarch since 1308, including Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II, the current reigning queen.

A stunning Gothic structure iconic to British history, Westminster Abbey is the coronation church of England and is a must-see landmark while in London. Explore its rich history, admire its elegant architecture, and see the burial sites of renowned poets and royalty.

Westminster Abbey − a UNESCO World Heritage Site − boasts more than 700 years of rich British history and is one of the most extraordinary religious buildings in the United Kingdom. It is a traditional place of coronation − where the monarch is formally crowned and adorned with regalia − and burial site for famous English poets, legendary writers and prominent sovereigns.

Enter the majestic building and explore as you wish to discover the wonders of British monarchy. As you stroll around the majestic grounds of Westminster Abbey, the venue for Prince William and Kate Middleton's fairytale wedding in 2011, admire the imperious Gothic designs and intricately designed stained-glass windows, statues and graceful paintings.

See the Coronation Chair, one of the oldest pieces of furniture in the country, which was created to crown King Edward I and is still used for its original purpose today. The chair has hosted the coronation of every single British monarch since 1308, including Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II, the current reigning queen.

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Duration 1d Non-refundable No booking or credit card fees

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Westminster Abbey Tickets

Activity Location

Westminster Abbey

20 Deans Yd

London SW1P 3PA

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Westminster Abbey - Great North Door (Main Entrance)

    20 Dean’s Yard

    London SW1P 3PA


Highlights

  • View of refined Gothic architecture & British royal history

  • Majestic Coronation Chair used by every monarch since 1308

  • Intricate stained-glass windows & elegant interior designs

  • Venue of Prince William & Kate Middleton's wedding in 2011

  • Tombstones dedicated to legendary English writers & poets


Inclusions

  • Admission to Westminster Abbey

  • Audio guide in 12 languages


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 5 and younger are complimentary.

  • Westminster Abbey is a fully working church and is subject to closures at short notice – please check before you book.

  • Opening hours are Monday-Friday; 9:30 AM–3:30 PM, Saturday; 9:30-1PM, however these may vary, please check before you go.

  • Westminster Abbey is closed on Sundays.

  • Security checks take place before entry to the Abbey. In busy periods it is advisable to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the published closure time, as the main entry gate may close earlier.

  • The Abbey closes for visiting one hour after the published entry closure time in order to prepare for Evensong. It is recommended you arrive well in advance of the published entry closure time.

  • Friday 22 June - Abbey is open in the afternoon for a short period only (14.00-15.30)

  • Thursday 5 July - Abbey closed all morning. Abbey is open in the afternoon for a short period only (14.00-15.30)


Westminster Abbey Tickets ratings based on 24 verified reviews

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4.3 out of 5

5/5 May 25, 2018

Pro tip: It is important to check Westminster Abbey’s website to see if it is open. The day i visited had restricted hours and it was only open for 1.5 hours. Buying your ticket ahead of time is definitely worth it!

Marcus CT

Portland, OR USA

5/5 May 23, 2018

Westminster Abbey is a must-see for visitors to London. Go early in the morning (opens at 9:30 am) to avoid the crowds. You will receive a telephone guide which will take you through the abbey. It’s very exciting to see the place where do much if history has occurred.