With the Abbey’s rich history, there are many parts of it you’ll want to see when you visit. Explore the most popular spots to find out which area interests you most.
in the south transept
in the nave
at the eastern end of the church
off the east cloister
the eastern end of the church
in the centre of the church
accessible via Dean’s Yard or the church
in the east cloister
accessible through the cloisters
We've transformed our medieval triforium, never before open to the public, into a new museum and gallery.
Sometimes known as ‘the parish church of the House of Commons’, St Margaret’s is rich with history. Everyone's welcome to visit or attend a service.
Having a daily relationship with a 1000 year old garden is a joy.
Jan - Head Gardener
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