Combine & Save with Tickets for The Original Tour + Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey is a church steeped in thousands of years of history, it has seen various royal weddings and is all so the resting place of some of Britain's historic figures including Charles Darwin and Charles Dickens.
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One of the world’s greatest churches, with over a thousand year history, Westminster Abbey is an architectural masterpiece. Founded in 960 as a Benedictine monastery the Abbey today attracts over one million visitors from around the world each year.
From 1066 the Abbey has been the setting for every coronation since that of William the Conqueror and has been the location for sixteen royal weddings including that most recently of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in 2011. In Poets' Corner you will see memorials to many great writers including the Bronte Sisters, Jane Austen, William Shakespeare and Rudyard Kipling.
Whilst you marvel at the Gothic style of the Abbey, make use of the free audio guide that comes with your entry ticket allowing you to take the tour in twelve different languages including English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin and Japanese.
- Explore the setting of royal weddings and coronations
- Visit the Nave, the Grave of the Unknown warrior and honouring those that have died in international military conflict.
- Marvel at the Gothic style of this building that's over 700 years old
Address: 20 Dean's Yard, London, SW1P 3PA
Monday - Friday: 09:30am - 3:30pm (6:00pm Wednesdays)
Saturday: 09:30am - 13:30pm
Westminster Abbey is a working church and subject to occasional closures due to Special Services. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
- Friday 8 June- Abbey closed all day
- Thursday 14 June- Abbey is open in the morning only (9.30-12.30)
- Friday 15 June - Abbey closed all day
- Friday 22 June - Abbey is open in the afternoon for a short period only (14.00-15.30)
- Thursday 5 July- Abbey closed all morning. Abbey is open in the afternoon for a short period only (14.00-15.30)
- Monday 9 July- Abbey closed all day
- Tuesday 10 July- Abbey closed all day
Visitor access to the Abbey is via the West Gate of the North Green, located near the junction of Broad Sanctuary and The Sanctuary.
It is not possible to enter the Abbey for worship or as a visitor with large or bulky items of luggage. This includes suitcases (including those on wheels) and large rucksacks.
From the time of validation with our staff your Westminster Abbey tickets are valid for use within 7 days. Redeem at the Original London Visitor Centre or with staff at any of our bus-stops.
Child (6-16 years)
Concession (Seniors 60+ with ID, Students with ID)