About St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral modern incarnation has become one of the most iconic buildings in London and its stunning Baroque styling has ensured that its dome and spire have become an instantly recognisable addition to the city's skyline. It is very much a part of London's identity and sense of self, with the building appearing in films, famous photographs, promotional material and news reports on various occasions.


The Cathedral often plays host to funerals, Jubilee celebrations and major events, and it continues to operate as a working church with daily services.  


Site Access

  • Attraction is only partially wheelchair accessible
  • Wheelchair hire is available.
  • Scooter hire is not available
  • Walking frame hire not available
  • There is not a drop-off point by the entrance
  • Some staff are specifically trained to deal with disabilities
  • All toilets are accessible
  • Assistance dogs are welcome
  • There are described guides
  • There are descriptive tours
  • There is subtitled media
  • Induction loops are used throughout
  • Some staff are trained in British Sign Language
  • Carers go free




Regular visitor


I'm a wheelchair user and I regularly attend services at St Pauls, they make it all very easy. Thanks for the website too, it's a great idea, there's not enough information out there.


Essential London Attraction


There is loads of stuff to see and do in London, but my favourite is easily St Pauls cathedral. It is so iconic and grand that it's difficult not to be awestruck. Definitely worth a visit.

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