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Westminster Abbey and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Abbey is no longer open for public worship, general visiting or private prayer. Meanwhile, the community of Abbey clergy, privately and following guidance given, will sustain the worship of a building that has been a witness to God’s grace and glory for over a thousand years.

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Teaching resources

Welcome to our growing catalogue of brand new, completely free teaching resources. Covering a variety of subject areas across multiple key stages, you’ll be able to explore Westminster Abbey in your classroom, wherever you may be.

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Discover inside of Westminster Abbey using one of five virtual tours, via the Great West Door

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Wander around Westminster Abbey and uncover its many treasures using one of five different virtual tours from the comfort of your own classroom.

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Guided visits to the Abbey

Primary schools

Develop your pupils’ understanding with our KS1 and KS2 curriculum-aligned tours and workshops.

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Secondary schools

Spark thought and discussion with our KS3, KS4 and post-16 curriculum-aligned tours and events.

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I feel very privileged to work here. I take so much pride in working for a beautiful place like the Abbey, it’s unique.

Alex - Abbey Marshal

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