Cathedrals and Churches of London

London is full of some of the most incredible buildings in the world of all the leading religions but is, of course, best known for its magnificent Cathedrals.  Most people are familiar with St. Pauls Cathedral but there are actually several cathedrals in the city, and the Cathedrals and Churches of London tour is chance to see them in a day.

The tour starts off at the World famous Westminster Abbey, an Anglican building, the site of the coronation of all English and British monarchs for 1,000 years and inside, the resting place of many of the great and good.

A short journey away is the much less known and visited Westminster Cathedral, which is a beautiful Roman Catholic building.  Around 900 years less ancient than Westminster, it is nonetheless a stunning building to explore.

Our third destination is the magnificent St. Pauls Cathedral built by the talented Sir Christopher Wren shortly after the Great Fire of London and an incredible survivor of the London Blitz in WW2.  The beauty of the building on the outside is little compared to that on the inside.  Like all the other churches on this tour, and most others in London this is a very active religious building as well as a tourist attraction.

Saint Paul's Cathedral Cathedrals and Churches of London
Saint Paul’s Cathedral

We then walk a short distance to see the beautiful St Bartholomew The Great Church, perhaps the oldest church in the old city. You may not have heard of it but its likely that you have have seen it on the big screen and small one too.

Departure Time:10am
City Location: London
Duration of Tour: 6 hours
(Approximate times as all tours are bespoke)

How to book the Cathedrals and Churches of London Tour

Adult Prices per person including entry fees (child prices available upon request).

1 Adult = £250

2 Adults = £200

3 Adults = £180

4 Adults = £150

For more information or to make a booking, please email

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