Today at the Cathedral View More
8:00am Morning Prayer
8:30am Doors open for sightseeing
8:30am Eucharist
12:30pm Eucharist
4:00pm Last entry for sightseeing
5:00pm Choral Evensong
5:30pm Cathedral closes

Booking a Visit

UK School Visits

We are delighted that you are interested in bringing your school to visit St Paul's Cathedral. Booking inquiries can be made by made by completing a copy of the UK School Booking Enquiry form below and returning it to Please read through our primary and secondary school brochures before completing your form to ensure that you have selected the best visit for your learning requirements. 

Please note that submitting an enquiry form does not guarantee a confirmed booking. Bookings are only confirmed once a confirmation letter has been received from St Paul's Cathedral. 


UK School Booking Enquiry Form 

Pricelist for UK School Visits 2019-2020 

Risk Assessment Advice

Covid 19 School Information 

Self-Guided Guidelines

Self-Guided Booklets

Schools & Families
Twitter icon

Contact Details

0207 246 8353

Before your trip to St Paul's the important information below will help ensure your visit is a happy and memorable one.

Risk Assessments
We strongly advise that all visiting schools carry out a risk assessment relevant to the planned activity at St Paul’s Cathedral.  Once you have booked your trip, please get in touch with with the proposed date and time of the visit along with the names and contact numbers of all teachers and accompanying helpers (where relevant)  attending. Risk assessment visits are free of charge for teachers from a booked school visit only when booked in advance and with the presentation of a valid teacher ID.

Please ensure that, where a risk is identified that is additional to our provided assessment, you notify us in advance of your visit to ensure we are able to accept your intended visit and adjust, if necessary, to mitigate any risk.  This may require us to brief our own staff to assist with the specific matter. 

The Schools & Family Learning Centre
Our cloakroom, toilets and classroom are available to schools / groups which have booked a guided visit. Guided morning groups may eat packed lunches in the classroom or crypt area but please note that lunchtimes may have to be staggered during busy periods.  Due to limited space within the Cathedral we cannot provide lunch space for afternoon groups or self-guided groups however schools are welcome to eat a packed lunch in the churchyard gardens. 

Climbing to the Dome and Galleries 
Please be aware that the Whispering Gallery have been closed temporarily until further notice. The Golden Gallery is currently closed following COVID-19 prevention measures. The Stone Gallery is open and offers the chance to experience an amazing view of London. Gallery access is £2.50 (exc VAT) per pupil in addition to the UK school visit price and is included in the non-UK school admission prices.

SEND & Accessibility
We are always happy to work with teachers to adapt visit content in order to meet each group's different requirements, where possible. Please have a look at our Access and SEND page for further information and to book our free Access to Learning Bundle.

Non-UK School Visits

Schools from outside of the UK wishing to visit St Paul's Cathedral are welcome to visit but will need to book via the Admissions Department. Please see below for further details of how to get in touch.

Entrance is charged as per our general admissions rates listed. 


0207 246 8357