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Reviewed December 8, 2014

If you like architecture and fine artistry visit St Paul's Cathedral, the ceiling is quite amazing. You get a completely different view from the whispering gallery of the cathedral which is well worth the climb up over 300 steps - not suitable for anyone who is unfit, or have any sort of breathing problems. Ticket is also valid for a year so you can go as many times as you want during the year.

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Reviewed December 8, 2014

Excellent tour. A 'must do/see' when in London; especially for Londoners that have not been yet. Restaurants so so but we did not go for the food!

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Reviewed December 5, 2014

Okay, so I am totally biased when it comes to this church. I simply adore it. It has featured strongly in my love for London and with it's ties to my all time favourite film: Mary Poppins, St Paul's is one of the reasons I fell in love with this city. I have explored it thoroughly, climbed to the Golden Gallery more times than I care to remember ;) and love the sound of the bells. I love that the church has been central to so much of the extraordinary history of London and still plays an enormously important role in events...like the Lord Mayor's Show. The views from the galleries are stunning and if you can time your visit with sunset, particularly in winter, you will be treated to an amazing sight....something never forgotten. From that vantage you can see forever....the narrow lanes and streets of the city as well as many of London's most iconic landmarks. Don't be fooled, it's a heck of a climb, over 500 steps but as it's broken into 3 sections; Whispering Gallery, Stone Gallery and then the Golden Gallery, it makes the climb less arduous. I enjoy timing my visits with the clock striking the hour of 4pm and listening to that while on the Stone gallery...marvellous. The mosaics that fill the quire are inspiring, so beautiful they take your breath away. The crypt simply must be included in any visit, some of the most incredible memorials are to be found there and of course a pilgrimage to Sir Christopher Wren's simple grave has to be made. The cafe in the crypt is lovely with delicious food and the facilities are clean and well attended. If you can, do try and attend at least one of the services at the church, even if you are not religious, the services are sublime. Top of my list of favourite places in London, I visit often.

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Reviewed December 5, 2014 via mobile

Great views from the galleries and lots of famous people commemorated. Expensive but this is quite a special place

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Reviewed December 4, 2014

Visited St Puls Cathedral in London with my wife - it is absolutely spectacular and really interesting. Quite how the place was built so long ago is beyond me! The history associated with the place and the architecture is quite stunning. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.

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