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Westminster Abbey Tickets
Activities in London

Westminster Abbey Tickets

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US$ 30.20
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Discover the secrets and history of the 700-year-old church in the heart of London with the Westminster Abbey Tickets. Here, all the coronations of British monarchs have taken place since the eleventh century and the scene of many royal weddings. It is also the burial ground of numerous British historical figures.

Westminster Abbey
The Abbey's cloister
Westminster Abbey
Lady Chapel
Inside the Abbey
Ceilings in the Abbey
Outside Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey Tickets

Visiting Westminster Abbey is a must for all travellers that wish to understand the history of Britain. The church welcomes over one million visitors each year who are curious to explore the religious edifice where every British monarch has been coronated since William the Conqueror 1066. In the past decade, Princess Diana’s funeral was held in the Abbey and Prince William and Kate Middleton said "I do" before the eyes of millions.

You’ll admire the commemoration church's impressive Gothic structure and visit Lady Chapel, one of the Abbey’s most impressive chapels. You’ll also be able to appreciate The Coronation Chair up close, which has been used at every coronation ceremony since 1308.

Westminster Abbey is also famous for housing the tombs of renowned historical figures, including British kings and queens, statesmen, writers, poets and scientists. In the Poet’s Corner, you’ll find the tombs of great literary artists such as Charles Dickens, Geoffrey Chaucer and Rudyard Kipling. And the grave of the Unknown Warrior commemorates the sacrifice of all those who fell in the First World War. There is also a sanctuary dedicated to Emily Brontë, T.S. Eliot, Oscar Wilde and Jane Austen, among others.

Schedule

  • Monday to Friday: 9:30 am – 4:30 pm. 
  • Saturday: 9 am – 2 pm (9 am to 4 pm between May and August). 
  • Sundays and religious holidays: Not open to tourists.

Every day from Monday to Friday, Westminster Abbey will remain closed for worship from midday to 1 pm. Last entry is one hour before closing.

Children under 6 years old

Children under 6 years old visit Westminster Abbey for free.

Lady Chapel

The side chapels of Westminster Abbey will not be open to visitors in 2020, so you'll not be able to access Lady Chapel.

 

Covid-19 Measures

All of our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations regarding protective material and safety to help avoid the spread of Covid-19.

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Price

Adults Children 6-17 years old
Westminster Abbey Ticket
US$ 24.80
US$ 9.70

Westminster Abbey Ticket

  • Adults

    US$ 24.80
  • Children 6-17 years old

    US$ 9.70

More Information

Included

Entry to Westminster Abbey.

Not included

Audio guide in English (£ 5 (US$ 6.90) per person).

When to book?

You can book up until 24 hours before the activity as long as there are still places. Book now to guarantee your spot.

Printed voucher

You must print the voucher and show it to take part in the activity.

Accessibility

Yes, most areas are accessible.

Pet-friendly?

No.

Frequently asked questions

  • Q - How to book?

    A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.

If you have any other questions please contact us.

US$ 30.20
No hidden fees or surcharges

We currently don’t have any scheduled dates for this activity.

Cancellations

Not refundable. This activity does not permit modifications nor cancelations.

Meeting point

Westminster Abbey.