20 Deans Yd, Westminster, London SW1P 3PA, Reino Unido
Buy your tickets and, during your stay in London, visit Westminster Abbey, a wonder of Gothic art.
The Abbey has more than 1,250,000 visits per year. Buy your ticket and join this list of visitors who have enjoyed this magical and spiritual place. The temple was built in the 8th century and has witnessed 35 coronations of kings including that of Queen Elizabeth II, and also of many burials of British monarchs and illustrious figures such as Handel or Newton.
Your ticket includes the tour inside the fantastic abbey and all its most representative areas and, in addition, you can access the wonderful gardens that are just behind the temple: College Gardens.
You can also visit the abbey museum, which is made up of numerous sculptures. It is located in the vaulted crypt of the 11th century, and everything that includes this museum is authentic funerary treasures and effigies of another type of the different kings who have crowned the United Kingdom: Edward III, Henry VII, his wife Queen Elizabeth I, etc...
Do not forget to visit a great medieval artistic jewel as is the altarpiece of Westminster; one of the oldest altarpieces in England, probably commissioned to finish the altar of the abbey.
*The abbey closes from Monday to Friday from 12:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The ticket price includes
*It is necessary to print the voucher
Metro: Westminster (Jubilee, District and Circle lines) and St James's Park (District and Circle lines)
Bus: 11, 24, 88, 148, 211.
Address: 20 Deans Yd, Westminster. t is located on the south side of the Parliament Square, in front of the Houses of Parliament.
Guided tours by sacristans of the abbey are available. These tours are made 4 or 5 times per day and can be requested the same day of the visit (not included in the ticket price).
At the Cellarium Cafe, which is right there, you can eat a typical English breakfast or afternoon tea (not included in the price of the ticket and it is recommended to book in advance).
Tour inside the Abbey: Chapel of Henry VII, the Coronation Chair, the Museum, Tomb of Elizabeth I, Tomb of Mary Stuart, Chapter Room, Píxide Chapel and the Poets Corner (where people like Isaac Newton or Darwin are buried, and as of June 2018 they will have the ashes of Stephen Hawking).
No photos or videos are allowed inside the Abbey