St. Pauls Cathedral
The present St. Paul’s Cathedral was rebuilt after the Great Fire in 1666, led by the architect, Sir Christopher Wren.
It is the second largest church in England, and its dome forms an integrated part of the London ”skyline”.
It is a great experience to climb the dome; 530 steps all the way up. On your way you can make a stop in the “Whispering Gallery” to test the exceptional acoustics of the dome.
You can also enjoy the magnificent view of London from the Stone Gallery.
Services held at St Paul’s have included many great events in the course of time: the funeral of Winston Churchill and the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana.