The west towers of Westminster Abbey in the sunshine

Welcome to Westminster Abbey

Coronations, royal weddings, kings, queens, statesmen and soldiers; poets, heroes and villains – history happens here and it’s all waiting to be discovered.

Visit the Abbey

A royal church offering daily services for all and a World Heritage Site with over a thousand years of history.

Today's services

Thursday, 18th July 2024
Elizabeth Feodorovna, founder of St Martha and Mary Convent, Moscow, martyr, 1918
7.30am Morning Prayer Quire
said
8.00am Holy Communion St Faith's Chapel
said
12.30pm Holy Communion Nave
said
5.00pm Evensong Quire
sung by the Pimlico Music Foundation Choir

Forbes L’Estrange Responses
Brewer in D
Bainton And I saw a new heaven

View Order of Service

Everyone is welcome at these services, free of charge. Security checks are in place upon entry.

News

South Africa 30th Anniversary

A Service of Thanksgiving in the 30th year of South Africa’s democracy

Tuesday, 16th July 2024

Civic Service at Westminster Abbey July 2024

Abbey welcomes New Lord Mayor of Westminster

Monday, 8th July 2024

Their Majesties The Emperor and Empress of Japan visited Westminster Abbey

Emperor of Japan visits Westminster Abbey

Tuesday, 25th June 2024

About the Abbey

An architectural masterpiece of the 13th to 16th centuries, Westminster Abbey has become a treasure house of artefacts. This is also the coronation church where some of the most significant people in Britain's history are buried or commemorated.

Photograph of Little Cloister fountain surrounded by green leaves, representing the Creation season at Westminster Abbey

Summer Season: Creation

Spend time in nature this summer with our hopeful season of events, from garden tours to creative workshops to wellbeing walks. Drawing on our ancient roots and Christian faith, join us in our historic gardens to unearth our personal accountability, inspire communal action, and contribute to the global conversation.

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The Nave of the Abbey

Support Us

Support from our visitors and donors helps us care for the Abbey and keeps us open as a living working church. We are independent and receive no funding from the Church, the Government or, the Crown. So, your help really counts.