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The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries

High above the Abbey floor, the Galleries in the beautiful 13th century triforium display our greatest treasures and tell the story of our thousand-year history. Now open.

A new experience

Climb the Weston Tower to the Galleries – it’s all part of your visit.

The Weston tower

The Weston tower

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The Galleries

The Galleries

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The Galleries are a medieval space where room is limited so admission is by timed ticket (adults £5.00, children under 17 free), which is bought in combination with an Abbey entry ticket.

Opening times

Monday-Friday: 10.00am-4.00pm
Saturday: 9.30-3.30pm
Sunday: Galleries closed, Abbey open for services

Last entry to the Galleries is one hour before closing.

 

Where are the Galleries?

The Galleries are 16 metres (52 feet) above the floor of the Abbey. Your journey starts at the Weston Tower. See amazing views of the Palace of Westminster and the medieval Chapter House on your way up – it’s all part of the experience.

A lift is available for those with reduced mobility.

Where are the Galleries?

I’ve worked here for over thirty years and have seen many of the major services - it’s strange to realise that you are in a small way part of history.

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Pamela - Rector's Secretary

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