Throughout its history, St Paul’s has been involved in the fight against oppression and inequality – and many key figures in social justice have passed through our doors.
St Paul’s has a long tradition of honouring and welcoming champions of equality and social justice – from the prison reformer John Howard, who was the first ‘civilian’ to be given a statue on the Cathedral floor, to Martin Luther King, who preached a sermon to thousands of worshippers in 1964. Take time to explore the less visible aspects of Cathedral history represented in our Collections.
Interested in accessing our Collections?
Whether you are a researcher, filmmakers or simply someone passionate about history and art, find out how.
On our booking page, you'll find information about our various sightseeing tickets, including what discounts are available for families, groups, concessions and more.