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Westminster Abbey and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Abbey will re-open for sightseeing visitors from Friday 21st May.

In the meantime, we remain open for worship and you are welcome to join us at our daily services. We are also open for individual prayer from 10:30am - 12:30pm, Monday to Saturday.


All Association memberships benefit from

  • Special Welcome Pack for all new members including a tote bag and numbered artist’s print of the Abbey
  • Unlimited free entry to the Abbey and Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries
  • Fast-track admission
  • Access to a programme of exclusive member events
  • Access to ticket ballots on selected special Abbey services
  • Discounts in our shops
  • 10% discount in the Cellarium Café
  • Quarterly e-newsletter featuring Abbey news and updates
  • Annual letter from the Dean of Westminster

How to join

There are many ways to become a member and support the Abbey; as an individual, with a joint membership, or as a family.

Joining couldn’t be simpler - to buy a membership for yourself, renew, or gift a membership simply select your preferred membership option below.

Pay by Direct Debit and save 10% on the annual membership fee.

Individual Associate membership

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Associate and Guest membership

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Joint Associate membership

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Family Associate membership

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Members of the Westminster Abbey Association tour the Lady Chapel

Upgrade your entry ticket to join

Already planned your visit but would still like to become an Association member?

You can upgrade your Abbey entry ticket to join the Westminster Abbey Association.

Just visit the ticket desk in the Abbey, or phone 020 7654 4843.

Get in touch

We’d love to hear from you.

You can contact us Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm, except on bank holidays when we’re closed.

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

Have a question?

See our frequently asked questions or terms and conditions.

It’s a privilege to live and work here – the Abbey really is the heart of the country and its history.

Martin - The Dean’s Verger

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