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The Best-Value Westminster Abbey Tickets 2024

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€ 34
2 hours
Audio guide
Entrance ticket

About Abbey Westminster Tickets

Visit the most famous and historically significant landmark in London – Westminster Abbey. Enjoy privileged access to this iconic abbey, explore thousand years of history, and marvel at the stunning gothic architecture.

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Tickets for Westminster Abbey

Discover the world’s iconic Westminster Abbey at your own pace by purchasing this entrance ticket. Learn all about Britain’s thousand-year history and find out where many royal weddings and historical events have taken place.

See the famous Coronation Chair, the oldest piece of furniture in the country that is still used for its original purpose. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the final resting place of many prominent figures from the royal family, aristocracy, and notable individuals.

As a site where many historical events have taken place, such as the funeral of Princess Diana and the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, there is a lot of history waiting to be explored.

included
  • Westminster Abbey entry ticket
  • Access to all areas of the building 
  • Audio guide
X not included
  • Guided tour
  • Hotel pick-up & drop-off
X not allowed
  • Pets
  • Food & drinks inside the abbey
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Meeting Point

Please show your tickets at the ticket office at the North door entry point on the map (on the North Green).

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Discover a masterpiece of Gothic architecture in London at your own pace!

Westminster Abbey

Visit the abbey and discover the thousand years of history hidden inside the walls of London’s oldest working church.

Gothic architecture

Marvel at the marvelous gothic architecture.

Spectacular experience

Discover the famous coronation chair, stroll the oldest garden in Britain, walk the same aisle as William and Kate, and visit the burial sites of Isaac Newton, Charles Dickens, and more.

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FAQ – Westminster Abbey Tickets

Do you need to buy Westminster Abbey tickets in advance?

It is best to book your tickets in advance if you want to ensure your spot and have a completely worry-free experience. 

How long does it take to tour Westminster Abbey?

You will need approximately 2 hours to explore the entire Westminster Abbey. In order to fully appreciate the beauty of this iconic landmark, we suggest you take your time and not rush your visit.

What else should I visit while in London?

There are numerous attractions you can visit while staying in London. The most important ones are the London Eye, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square, Houses of Parliament, and much more. You should also take a Thames River Cruise and a Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour if you are visiting London for the first time. That way, you will get a better perception of the city, and you will be able to decide which attractions you want to visit during your stay. Also, if you want to visit as many attractions as possible in a short time, we recommend booking a London Pass. With this ticket, you will save up to 50% & get access to over 80 London attractions! 
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Westminster Abbey Working Hours

Opening times

Monday – Saturday: from 9.30 AM – 3.30 PM (last entry)

Sunday: Open for worship services

Westminster Abbey is open for most days, but it is also a living working church, so please keep in mind that some areas could be closed for visitors during the worship ceremonies. Although, if you would like, you can attend the ceremony.

What will you see inside Westminster Abbey?

The Coronation Chair

The Coronation Chair is a wooden chair adorned that was commissioned by King Edward I to hold the mysterious sandstone Stone of Scone. The chair has been used in coronation ceremonies since 1308. The Coronation Chair is a very popular tourist attraction and has graffiti carved into the back by Westminster schoolboys and visitors from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Poets’ Corner

Poets’ Corner is a section of Westminster Abbey that pays tribute to the many famous poets and writers who are buried there. Geoffrey Chaucer, the author of The Canterbury Tales, was the first poet to be interred in Poets’ Corner. Writers such as Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, and Alfred Tennyson are also buried there, while others like Jane Austen, Emily Brontë, and Lewis Carroll are memorialized. The most recent poet to be honored in Poets’ Corner was Philip Larkin in 2016.

Westminster Abbey Burials

During your visit to Westminster Abbey, you will also discover its historic burial grounds, where many royalties, politicians, and other influential individuals have been laid to rest. Some of the most famous figures buried there are Queen Elizabeth I, Isaac Newton, Charles Dickens, and Geoffrey Chaucer.

Good to know before you go

  • Please note that Westminster Abbey is a working church and can be subject to occasional closures due to special services or events. 
  • The best time to visit Westminster Abbey is early morning since there are fewer crowds. 
  • Secure your spot by booking the tickets online and in advance. 
  • Free cancellation and full refund options are available up to 24 hours before your visit.
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Visiting Westminster Abbey is a must!

Westminster Abbey is so beautiful! So much history inside to explore. We suggest spending at least two hours if you want to get in-depth insight and have enough time to read all the tombstones and look around. Also, take an audio guide when entering the site. It helped us fully understand the abbey's history and what we were seeing. For me, the last Chapel was the most beautiful part of the visit - so beautiful with such intricate detail. Definitely worth visiting!

Harry

Save your time & money with this ticket!

We had an amazing time at Westminster Abbey. There was a lot of crowding inside the abbey, perhaps because we went at the wrong time. Maybe early morning is better. However, we'll be going back because it is simply magnificent!

Alissa

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