St Paul’s Cathedral is one of London’s iconic attractions, it was built between 1675 and 1710 by Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723). The Cathedral has a spectacular domed roof which measures about 111 metres high and is supported by 8 pillars.
Open: Monday to Saturday 8:30 am. The doors open for sightseeing 9:30 am.
Where is St Paul’s Cathedral? It is a 2 minute walk from St Paul’s underground station in zone 1. St Paul’s serves the Central line.
What is nearby on foot? Museum of London 7 mins, St Bartholomew’s Museum 6 mins.
Did you know? The Cathedral is built in a Baroque style in the shape of a cross. It was used in the films Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Lawrence of Arabia and Mary Poppins.