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Events at Westminster Abbey

All events

Guided tour with Blue Badge Guide Kate Davey

Guided tour with Blue Badge Guide Kate Davey

29th January - 27th February 2020

Various times | The Abbey | £10 per ticket for members of the Association

Exterior of St Margaret's Church, Westminster

Sir Kenneth Warren service

Thursday, 30th January 2020

12.00pm - 1.00pm | St Margaret's Church | Tickets by application

Westminster Abbey with Big Ben behind at sunset

Association Late

Wednesday, 12th February 2020

7.00pm - 8.00pm | The Abbey | Free for members of the Association

Association lecture: Mary Queen of Scots

Association lecture: Mary Queen of Scots

Thursday, 13th February 2020

7.00pm - 9.00pm | Lady Chapel | £10 per ticket for members of the Association

Harvesting the fruits of bilateral dialogue

Harvesting the fruits of bilateral dialogue

Monday, 17th February 2020

10.00am - 4.30pm | Jerusalem Chamber | Free, booking required

Family Tours: A Commonwealth Celebration

Family Tours: A Commonwealth Celebration

18th - 20th February 2020

Various times | The Abbey | Free, booking required

Family Day: A Commonwealth Celebration

Family Day: A Commonwealth Celebration

Friday, 21st February 2020

10.00am - 3.00pm | The Abbey | £11 per adult | Kids Go Free

Lecture: Hope in Society

Lecture: Hope in Society

Tuesday, 25th February 2020

6.30pm - 7.45pm | Lady Chapel | Free, booking required

A Liturgical Performance of Benjamin Britten’s ‘Abraham and Isaac’

A Liturgical Performance of Benjamin Britten’s ‘Abraham and Isaac’

Sunday, 1st March 2020

6.15pm - 7.00pm | The Abbey | Free, no tickets required

Other Events

Marilynne Robinson giving a lecture at Westminster Abbey in 2017

Institute lectures

View videos and listen to podcasts of past Institute lectures.

Past lectures
A group of children and their parents participate in a family learning session in Westminster Abbey's cloisters

Family days out

We run a lively programme of events for families throughout the year.

Family visiting

The Shrine of St Edward the Confessor is one of the most powerful features of the Abbey. To stand in the presence of a man who is both a saint and a monarch is awe-inspiring.

The Reverend Christopher Stoltz - Minor Canon

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