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Westminster Abbey and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Abbey remains open for worship and you are welcome to join us at our daily Eucharist service if you are able to travel here safely within current government guidelines.

However, for the time being we are unable to open the Abbey and St Margaret’s Church for general visiting.

Ticket Prices

A multimedia guide is available and can be purchased via our website or at the Abbey - excluding Wednesday Lates.

Association members
Adults
Buy online - £18 Buy tickets
Children
Buy online - £7 Buy tickets
Families - 1 adult and 1 child
Buy online - £18 Buy tickets
Multimedia Guide
Buy online - £5 Buy online

Other ways to visit

The Abbey is currently closed for individual prayer but we remain open for worship and you are welcome to join us at our daily services if you are able to travel here safely within current government guidelines.

Check our coronavirus page for more information about worshipping with us at this time.

Be sure to check service times before your visit and use the Great West Door entrance of the Abbey. We do not charge for attending a daily service. Check our coronavirus page for more information about visiting us at this time.

We welcome serving clergy in the UK to the Abbey without charge during visiting hours.

Please use the Great West Door entrance.

For more information about visiting clergy please contact:

Tiggy Sawbridge, Canons' PA
020 7654 4805
[email protected]

We offer free admission for residents of the City of Westminster, using the City Save card.

Please visit Westminster City Save for full terms and conditions.

Be sure to bring your City Save card with you when you visit us.

Entry is granted to Westminster City Save card holders on a space-available basis, depending on capacity within the Abbey. Card holders will need to present their City Save card on entry and will be asked to provide contact details for NHS Test & Trace.

We offer free entry to UK Armed Forces personnel and up to 4 family members, on production of valid ID.

Entry is granted to UK Armed Forces personnel on a space-available basis, depending on capacity within the Abbey. Visitors will need to present their current ID on entry and will be asked to provide contact details for NHS Test & Trace.

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