St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral is located in central London. It is a grade 1 listed building situated on Ludgate Hill which is the highest point of the Greater London. It was built as dedication to Paul the Apostle who dates back to the original church that stood where St Paul's does now in 604 AD. The new cathedral was built in the late 17th century and was designed in the English style by architect Sir Christopher Wren. 

St Pauls Cathedral is one of London greatest tourist attractions, its large and famous dome  dominates the London skyline and is recognised by people all over the globe. For 300 years it was the tallest building in London (Until 1967). The dome is on e of the tallest of its kind in the world today and is the second largest church building, being surpassed only by Liverpool Cathedral.

St Paul's does not allow tourists to enter for free. They charge £18. However this is only for tourists, people going there to worship can enter for free but must register under the church. St Dunstan's Chapel is available out of ours for those looking for a place to pray for free.