St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the most extraordinary buildings in the country and a visit is a must.

Sitting on top of the highest hill in the City of London, it is a symbol of the country’s hope and endurance as well embodying the spiritual life and heritage of the British people throughout the centuries.

The current St Paul’s Cathedral was the work of one genius designer, Sir Christopher Wren who took 35 years to create this masterpiece.

It is filled with beautiful architecture, stunning artwork covering 3 centuries and monuments to great heroes as well as some of the most influential people in the history of England.

As well as hosting the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981, the Cathedral is the final resting place of two of the Nation’s greatest heroes, Admiral Horatio Nelson and the Duke of Wellington.

It is a building containing some of the most marvelous stories of our wonderful City for over 1400 years!

Come with me, an official St Paul’s Cathedral Guide and discover this truly magical building, the beating heart of London.

ballerina on the roof of St Paul's Cathedral