Westminster Abbey Tickets Tickets and Dates

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Please Note:
  • The Abbey will open on Thursday 22nd July instead of Wednesday 21st July 2021.
  • Chapter House is closed on 2nd of July 2021.
  • Cellarium Café and Terrace, Cloister, College Garden and St Margaret's Church, Westminster Abbey Shop and Kiosk is closed until further notice.
  • In order to gain entrance to Westminster Abbey you must print your ticket - all redeemable tickets/vouchers must be printed and exchanged at the entry.
  • Please arrive to the Abbey 15min prior to your visiting time.
  • A security search exists on entry for all visitors.
  • Westminster Abbey is a working church and subject to occasional closures due to special services and events – please check the website for further details.
An essential addition to any visit to London and set in the heart of the city, Westminster Abbey is legendary and iconic. Boasting a rich history that spans over one thousand years, the site was originally occupied by Benedictine monks in the middle of the tenth century. The current gothic masterpiece has stood there for about 700 years.

Glorious Architecture
The imperious gothic master work is truly breathtaking and the intricate stained glass is some of the most beautiful in the UK.

Coronation Chair
The oldest piece of furniture in the country that is currently used for its original purpose, the sacred chair was created for King Edward I in 1296. The throne has played host to the coronation of every single monarch since 1308. Queen Victoria was crowned here, as well as Elizabeth II, our current reigning Queen.

Poets’ Corner

This section of the south transept of the abbey is so called due to the large amount of writers and poets buried there, including Rudyard Kipling, Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy. The corner is also decorated with many memorial stones and busts dedicated to the likes of William Shakespeare and poet laureate Ted Hughes.

Kings and Queens
A place of monumental British history and intrigue, an incredible seventeen monarchs are buried at Westminster Abbey. It was also the venue for William and Kate’s fairytale wedding in 2011.
  • Step inside one of London’s most iconic buildings
  • The abbey’s history spans more than a thousand years
  • A total of 17 monarchs are buried here
  • Exquisite gothic architecture and beautiful stained glass
  • See the Coronation Chair and the memorials in Poets’ Corner
Monday to Friday: 10:00am to 2:00pm (last entry)

Saturday: 9:00am to 1:00pm (last entry)

28th September 2021
12.30pm to 3.30pm (last entry)

The Abbey will close one hour after last entry.
The Abbey will be closed on 15th and 22nd and 27th of September 2021