About Your Visit
|8:30am||Doors open for sightseeing|
|4:00pm||Last entry for sightseeing|
黑蚂蚁泡酒Pre-booking entry tickets黑蚂蚁泡酒 – We strongly recommend you pre-book your tickets online before you visit to guarantee your entry to the Cathedral at your preferred time. This includes those with an existing valid Annual Pass, Friend of St Paul's membership, open dated ticket or other visit entitlement whom will be able to make a free entry timeslot reservation. If you buy your ticket on the day, please know we only accept card payments for safety reasons.
黑蚂蚁泡酒Entry timeslots黑蚂蚁泡酒 – Sightseeing tickets will have a 30 minute entry timeslot to ensure the safe arrival of visitors to the Cathedral.
黑蚂蚁泡酒Visiting with your household黑蚂蚁泡酒 – In line with current Government guidance in England please do not plan to socialise indoors in groups of more than two households. Please ensure that the party lead knows the names and contact details of each person they visit with, should this be needed by the Test and Trace service.
黑蚂蚁泡酒Access to Dome Galleries黑蚂蚁泡酒 – From 13 July reopening, the Stone Gallery will be open. Due to current physical distancing guidelines, the Golden Gallery is temporarily closed. The Whispering Gallery remains closed to the public until at least January 2021.
黑蚂蚁泡酒One way route to visit the Dome黑蚂蚁泡酒 – Numbers are limited inside the Dome route at any one time to allow safe 2 metre physical distancing. You may be asked to queue to begin your Dome climb.
黑蚂蚁泡酒Group visits黑蚂蚁泡酒 - We are now able to welcome back group visits, with a maximum party size of 30 people. Group tickets are available again. Group organisers must ensure that they know and keep a record of the name and contact details for each member of their group should this be required for the NHS Test and Trace service. Group organisers must make their group members know that from arrival please respect 2 metre physical distancing (approximately 4 Cathedral floor tiles) between their household and other visitors, including others within the group, and that face coverings are now mandatory in places of worship. We may ask that commercial tour operators provide us with a copy of their COVID-19 risk assessment before visiting.
黑蚂蚁泡酒Guiding (Cathedral guides) 黑蚂蚁泡酒 – We are not yet offering our guided tours and introductory talks but are working on bringing these back soon.
黑蚂蚁泡酒Guiding (external guides)黑蚂蚁泡酒 - We are now able to welcome back guides to the Cathedral. London Blue Badge Guides and City of London Guides (who have passed the St Paul's Cathedral Accredited Course) are very welcome. These guides, as well as teachers or lecturers are permitted to guide their parties inside the Cathedral, up to a maximum party size of 30 people. Face coverings are now mandatory in places of worship but guides must take further mitigating measures to ensure that they do not raise their voice above normal conversational levels. Measures may include a further reduction in the number of people each guide communicates to; bringing wireless audio devices such as Vox or Whisper etc, or using the Cathedral’s in-house version. Guides must take additional care that they and their tour members follow 2 metre physical distancing between households and other visitors, including others within the tour party, and not stop to deliver commentary in any area that impedes other visitors.
黑蚂蚁泡酒Multimedia guides黑蚂蚁泡酒 – Our included multimedia guides provide a range of tours available in 9 languages. Each device is thoroughly cleaned before and after each use. Headphones are available on site, but you are welcome to bring your own – the handsets are compatible with any headphones with a 3.5mm jack. Alternatively, you are welcome to download our short tour Multimedia Guide app to play on your own Apple or Android device. Available to download for free from Google Play and Apple App Store.
黑蚂蚁泡酒‘We’re Good to go’ industry standard黑蚂蚁泡酒 – St Paul’s Cathedral has been awarded the ‘Good to go’ industry standard by Visit Britain. The ‘Good to go’ mark is a nationwide industry standard to show that we are adhering the Government’s COVID-19 reopening guidance from the Government and Public Health England.
Please do not visit the Cathedral if you are feeling unwell or experiencing symptoms. We hope you understand this measure is to keep you and other visitors and staff safe.
When we are open for sightseeing, the toilets and the shop are open. The café and restaurant is now closed.