About Your Visit
|8:30am||Doors open for sightseeing|
|4:00pm||Last entry for sightseeing|
|5:00pm||Solemn Vespers sung by the Choir of Westminster Cathedral for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity|
Where Light Falls
Historic England, working with the Poetry Society and leading creative Double Take Projections, invite you to uncover inspirational hidden wartime courage across three evenings at St Paul’s Cathedral.
Experience St Paul’s in a different light across three evenings this October. In partnership with Historic England cutting-edge projections inspired by original poetry illuminate this iconic landmark in honour of the men and women who risked their lives to save the Cathedral during the Second World War.
Visit the Cathedral after-hours
On Friday 25 October we host our own Cathedral late-night opening to mark this special project. Inside the Cathedral poets from the Poetry Society bring to life accounts of loss, bravery and sacrifice at this special one-night only event. During the night you'll have the opportunity to join us in building a city of hope and peace.
Join us after work or a busy day in London and experience the Cathedral after-hours in this unique setting.
Where Light Falls Cathedral Late booking details
Senior 60yrs+ / Student / Child (6-17 years) / 18-24 year: £5.00
6.30pm-8.30pm (last admission at 8pm)
Please note the Galleries will not be open
Light installations will be taking place outside the Cathedral 24-26 October (6.30pm-10pm) and 27 October (8pm-10pm). There is no charge to view the projections outside the Cathedral.
Where Light Falls is in partnership with Historic England and part of Fantastic Feats: the
building of London, the City of London’s six-month cultural events season. Projections are also taking place at Coventry Cathedral in