Memorial bust to Cornelius Van Dun in St Margaret's Church, Westminster

Visit St Margaret's

St Margaret's is open for visiting, free of charge.

General information

General opening times

Monday - Friday: 10.30am - 3.30pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Open for services

Photography

You are welcome to take personal photographs in St Margaret's during visiting hours. Video recording, flash photography, extra lighting, selfie sticks and tripods are not permitted, and photography of children and young people is prohibited without consent of the accompanying adult. Professional photography is only permitted on the approval of our Press Office.

Accessibility

St Margaret’s has a ramp for wheelchair users.

We also provide a hearing loop for those who need it.

Facilities

While you’re visiting St Margaret’s, you can enjoy the Abbey’s Cellarium Café, browse in the shop and use the toilets.

For your safety

We carry out security checks every day.

Entry Times

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St Margaret's Church Closed
Engraving depicting a service in St Margaret's Westminster, circa 1809

History of St Margaret's

It may seem surprising to find another large church standing so close to the might and magnificence of Westminster Abbey.

Why another church?