Visit the Abbey
We warmly welcome many visitors each year to discover over ten centuries of British history in this remarkable building.Book tickets
We are now open to visitors on selected days. Tickets for July will go on sale on Wednesday 23rd June.
We are also open for worship and you are welcome to join us at our daily services. You can also attend individual prayer from 10:30am – 1:00pm, Monday – Saturday, but this is subject to change.
Explore a place that's touched the lives of kings, queens, statesmen and soldiers, poets, priests, heroes and villains since 960AD. Westminster Abbey has been the coronation church since 1066 and is the resting place of more than 3,000 great Britons.
We are open to visitors on selected days. You can currently book tickets for dates in June. Tickets for dates in July will be available from Wednesday 23rd June.
As Westminster Abbey is a living working church, we may need to close some areas off to the public at times.
Monday 21st: 09:30am - 3.30pm
Tuesday 22nd, 29th: 09:30am - 3.30pm
Friday 18th, 25th: 09:30am - 3.30pm
Saturday 19th, 26th: 09:00am - 1:00pm
Dates and times for July will be announced on Wednesday 23rd June.
The Chapter Office, Westminster Abbey, 20 Dean’s Yard, London, SW1P 3PA
Westminster (Jubilee, District & Circle Lines)
St. James’s Park (District and Circle Lines)
London Victoria (0.8 miles)
London Waterloo (0.8 miles)
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A place for worship, celebration and ceremony, many of Britain’s most significant historic moments of the past one thousand years have happened here. Since 1066, the Abbey has hosted every coronation, and is the final resting place for the great kings, queens, poets, musicians, scientists and politicians of our past. We’d love you to come and take a look.Our history
More than 3,000 famous people are buried and many others commemorated in the Abbey, including kings and queens, writers, musicians, scientists, politicians, and noblemen and women.
Support from our visitors and donors helps us care for the Abbey and keeps us open as a living working church. We are independent and receive no funding from the Church, the Government or, the Crown. So, your help really counts.How you can help
At different times of the day, or in different seasons, the light falling in the Abbey will light up something that you have walked past a million times and never seen before.