Seventeenth-century Anglican cathedral
where John Wesley worshipped in the
chancel on 24, 25 and 26 May of Whit
Week in 1738. (This area is not normally
open to the public, but groups are
admitted on appropriate occasions.)
A statue of John Wesley stands in the
northwest corner of the churchyard.
Erected in 1988, it is a bronze cast of
Manning's early 19th century marble
statue to be found at Methodist Central
Adult £15; Concessions £14; Child (6-17 yrs) £6; reductions for groups of 10+. Family ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children) £36
Additional visitor information
Restricted car parking around cathedral(for disabled parking contact the cathedral)
Access for wheelchair users possible to whole
of cathedral via South Churchyard except the
Induction loop, tour for visually impaired
visitors, wheelchair hire
Shop and online shop
Monday–Saturday: 7.30am Matins; 8am and
12.30pm Eucharist; 5pm Evensong
Sunday: 8am Holy Communion; 10.15am
Choral Matins; 11.30am Sung Eucharist; 3.15pm
Choral Evensong; 6pm Evening service.
NB These services can occasionally be subject
to change. Please check the Cathedral diary on
Friends of St Pauls
A form is available to download on the website.
For more details please contact
Heidi Le Grange, Friends Membership Manager, on 020 7246 8308 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
London EC4M 8AD
Cathedral Mon–Sat: 8.30am–4.30pm
Galleries Mon–Sat: 9.30am– last admission 4.15pm
Please check the website for special events and services as these may mean the Cathedral is closed to visitors.
Admission includes guided tours and multimedia guides. It is advisable to contact in advance for bringing groups.
Getting there [TQ320811] Car: Public car park on Queen Victoria Street. It is advisable to use public transport if possible. Train: Nearest stations are London Bridge (20 min walk), Cannon Street (8 min walk) and Blackfriars (5 minute walk). Tube: Nearest stations are St Paul's, Mansion House and Cannon Street, all within walking distance. Bus: Bus services 4, 11, 15, 23, 26 stop directly outside the cathedral.