St Paul’s welcomes thousands of students and their teachers through its doors every year as self-guiding visitors. Our aim is to ensure that every single young learner has an unforgettable experience in the Cathedral and is able to get the very most out of their visit.
To fully support these visits, and all those preparing for them, we have developed a wide range of online resources, including downloadable trails, and booklets for self-guiding schools which you will find by clicking on the links below.
If you book a Self-Guided Visit you will also be provided with a free Resource Pack containing a variety of activities to do in the classroom before and after your visit to the Cathedral.
Schools from outside of the UK are welcome to visit St Paul’s Cathedral but will need to book via the Admissions Department. Please click here for further details.
A Spectacular View
For a small extra charge you can book a climb up to the galleries that line our famous dome. Rain or shine you are guaranteed an unforgettable opportunity to see London from what was once this city’s tallest building.
Adults Go free
Accompanying adults can visit free (up to a maximum of 6 with a group of 30 students). Staff providing 1-2-1 support for SEND students are also free. Extra adults will incur a charge.
Free Resource Pack
+ dome climb
Free Resource Pack
If you require a booking prior to the available dates, please contact us.
Have a Question?
Please contact us and we will try to answer any questions you may have.
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