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Abbey and Galleries Late celebrating London Design Festival

Abbey and Galleries Late celebrating London Design Festival

Date Time Location Price
Wednesday, 18th September 2019 4:30pm - 7:00pm The Abbey £16 Adults / £5 Children under 16 Book tickets

To celebrate London Design Festival 2019, we're offering an exclusive after-hours opportunity to explore Westminster Abbey and the award-winning Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries.

750 years after its completion, Westminster Abbey stands as a masterpiece of gothic architecture and an historical treasure trove.

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries and the Weston Tower - opened in June 2018 by HM The Queen - are the most significant architectural additions to the Abbey in over 250 years. In the Triforium space, 52 feet above ground level, the Galleries boast what John Betjeman described as 'the best view in Europe'.

As part of London Design Festival 2019, this special discounted ticket allows after-hours access to the Abbey from 4:30pm, with exclusive evening Gallery access from 5:30pm.


Tickets and booking information

To book, visit our ticketing website and select the 18th September 2019, 16.30–18.00 time-slot and then add a Gallery ticket.

Access to the Abbey and Galleries will be via the North Door and valid tickets must be presented on arrival. 

All children (16 years and under) must be accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket.


Westminster Abbey The Chapter Office Westminster Abbey 20 Dean's Yard London UK SW1P 3PA

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