The Abbey is no longer open for public worship, general visiting or private prayer. Meanwhile, the community of Abbey clergy are continuing to worship and pray, in-line with government guidance. They are also producing a podcast to mark key liturgical events.Find out more
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Westminster Abbey is a treasure house of paintings, stained glass, textiles and artefacts – and is also where some significant people are buried or remembered.
Find out about the 3,300 people buried and others commemorated at Westminster Abbey, many of them among the most significant in the nation's history.
The Most Honourable Order of the Bath was established as a military order by George I on 18th May 1725. Since then the Lady Chapel at Westminster Abbey has been used as their chapel.
At the eastern end of the Lady Chapel is the Royal Air Force chapel dedicated to the men who died in the Battle of Britain in 1940.
List of Abbots of the monastery and Deans of the Collegiate Church.
Poets’ Corner is a place of pilgrimage for literature lovers. Over 100 poets and writers are buried or have memorials, including Shakespeare, Austen and Dickens.
Above the Abbey's Great West Door stand ten statues to modern martyrs - Christians who gave up their lives for their beliefs.