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St Paul’s offers free entry to NHS workers as part of Britain Unites
04 August 2020
St Paul’s Cathedral offers free entry to NHS workers, in recognition of their work and commitment to keeping the nation safe during the COVID-19
pandemic. St Paul’s Cathedral is offering NHS workers the opportunity to discover one of London’s most iconic landmarks. Visitors
can marvel at the iconic dome of Christopher Wren’s masterpiece and its ornate interiors, and discover over 1,400 years of history, while the Stone
gallery offers breath-taking views across London.
St Paul's Cathedral is taking part in Britain Unites, a nationwide initiative from the UK travel and tourism industry to give thanks to the people at the heart of the NHS. St Paul’s joins forces with other leading attractions including Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and Royal Museums Greenwich to offer free entry for NHS workers.
Attractions across the UK are offering free and discounted entry to NHS workers as part of Britain Unites. Visit the Britain Unites directory to find out more about which attractions are taking part. Britain Unites has the support of Visit Britain, UKinBound and London Tourism Cooperative.
To take advantage of free entry, NHS workers can pre-book their tickets online or in person, and bring a valid NHS Staff ID to St Paul's Cathedral on the day of their visit. St Paul's Cathedral is participating in Britain Unites until the end of 2020. Offers cannot be redeemed in conjunction with other offers.
Visit our Keeping your visit safe page to find out more on the COVID-19 prevention measures in place at St Paul's Cathedral.