|11:00am||Open for private prayer|
|3:00pm||Private prayer ends|
Talks, Activities & Events
|The Great Restoration of the 1920s|
On Christmas Eve 1924 St Paul’s Cathedral was served with a Dangerous Structures Notice requesting the removal of the dome. Using archive material and objects from the Cathedral collections, this display recounts the extraordinary story of how the Cathedral moved and cracked, causing concerns for the structure, as well as the ingenious engineering endeavours that ensured the building was made safe for future generations.
|Tickets included in Cathedral Admission|
|London Craft Week: Costume and Carvings at St Paul's|
Saturday 3rd October 2020
10am, 10.45am, 2pm and 2.45pm
Discover spectacular vestments worn by the Bishop of London at Royal Jubilees and other grand occasions; and learn about the history and care of the St Paul’s remarkable Quire, designed and carved in oak by Grinling Gibbons over three hundred years ago and still used today.
|No booking required, normal Cathedral admission prices apply. Capacity of 15 people at each presentation.|