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Reviewed yesterday

Absolutely incredible. An absolute, non-negotiable must see. Be sure to take the time to see the Whispering Gallery, and be sure to keep on climbing........and bring your camera. I did not and regret it mightily.

Be smart; go early in the morning on a weekday.

1  Thank John H
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Reviewed yesterday

It was an afternoon during a splendid autumn and we decided to visit this Cathedral. Could not be better. I was happening a Piano Concert. It was amazing

1  Thank SoniaGimenes
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This building, designed and built by Sir Christopher Wren in the aftermath of the Great Fire of London is an amazing structure. It has a beautifully decorated interior which preserves an overwhelming feeling of space. The construction of the impressive dome serves a whispering gallery which is well worth a visit but you will have to walk up a lot of steps to do so. If you are very brave you can go almost to the top of the building, and again there are many more steps! St Paul’s was the one building during the Blitz which remained an iconic symbol of steadfastness in the face of chaos. There is an amazing photo taken of the Cathdral rising intact above the smoke surrounding it. The image served to give courage to many during their darkest days. The Cathedral is no longer the highest point on the London skyline, but it packs a mighty punch in all the right places.

1  Thank Sally-Anne E
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Reviewed yesterday

Most people who have seen images of London know of the existence of St Paul's Cathedral. What these images do not prepare you for is the sheer awe and amazement that is felt when entering for the first time. This is must do on your bucket list even if you are a 'Londoner' Yes, we fell into that category once and we are now wondering why we waited so long to visit.

Thank chrsay
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Reviewed 2 days ago

After 60 years I have finally been inside St Paul's. Definitely worth the wait. A long climb to the top but great views. A British monument at its best.

Thank David_PaulaCH
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Quite apart from the church aspect there is far much more to see here. If you have the energy to climb a total of 530 steps you can go up to the top. First stop the stone balcony and then the golden balcony and both offer fantastic views over London. The whispering gallery on the way gives views of the inside of the cathedral from on high as well. The crypt is the home to not only Christopher Wrens tomb, but also Nelsons and the Duke of Wellingtons to mention just a couple, go and visit so much more to see.

1  Thank Marion M
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Attended an evensong service in this astonishing building.
I sat up with the choir and enjoyed every minute of my time there.

Thank Nicholas B
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Designed by Christopher Wren in the 1600's this huge and very historical church is absolutely stunning!! Be sure to take the tour as there are many anecdotes worth hearing about. Many famous historical figures are entombed therein. Allow 1/2 a day for a true visit and enjoy the cafe in the basement!

2  Thank Pat D
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Reviewed 3 days ago

It is so pretty here. You can go here, whatever religion you believe you are, I normally like to look around! Its very mesmerizing

Thank hafsanurali
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

When we arrived the doors were broken and a long queue was forming. This was taken care of relatively quickly and we headed inside. We opted for the self guided audio tour which was easy to follow and very informative. We enjoyed learning about all of the history behind the cathedral! We walked up the the first viewing level but opted out of going all the way up, almost 600 stairs! This is a neat and historical stop while you’re in London!

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