mercredi 9 mai 2007


St Paul’s, with its world-famous Dome, is an iconic feature of the London skyline, but there is so much more to Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece than its impressive facade.


The Dome of the Cathedral, decorated with exquisite 18th century paintings by Sir James Thornill and nineteenth century mosaics.

Pay tribute to some of our great national heroes, including Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington, and Winston Churchill, in the Cathedral’s Crypt.

See famous works of art on the Cathedral floor by artists including William Holman Hunt, Henry Moore and Sergi Chepik.


The up of the spiral staircase care up to the Whispering Gallery to sample its unique audio effects before travelling up and out to the Stone and Golden Galleries, which afford a panoramic view of London!

Whether St Paul’s is an old favourite, or you’re planning on making your first trip to the Cathedral, we can guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

Our impression:

The cathedral is immense and really beautiful. Some of us climbed up to the dome and it was magic in spite of the tiring staircases!! We did not regret this visit.

Emma, Diane, Lisa, Gwennaelle, Manon

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