Monday 19th February 2018
One of London’s most iconic landmarks, St.Paul’s occupies a site overlooking the City of London that has had a Cathedral since 604AD. The current building, the fourth to occupy this site, was designed and built by Sir Christopher Wren and built between 1675 and 1710 after its predecessor was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. Your visit includes one of the Cathedral’s own easy to use multimedia guides, which contain a wealth of information. There is a refectory in The Crypt, serving a selection of hot dishes, open sandwiches and salads. Alternatively there are many cafes, restaurants and pubs in the immediate vicinity of the Cathedral.
Due to the nature of the building many of the galleries are accessed by steep stone staircases making them unsuitable for people with mobility problems, however for those unable to make the climb, the Multimedia guides provide virtual tours.