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Visiting St. Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey should be at the top of every tourist’s itinerary, but don’t forget Westminster Cathedral, Southwark Cathedral and Brompton Oratory. Here’s a list of London’s best churches. You might like to visit the wild and atmospheric Highgate Cemetery as well.
Religious events this month
You don’t have to be religious to enjoy one of London’s religious events in March
• St. Paul’s Cathedral St Paul's Cathedal has got three domes that you can climb up -- the Whispering Gallery, Stone Gallery and Golden Gallery.
• Westminster Cathedral Westminster Cathedral's campanile is one of the city's best viewing platforms, rising 210 feet over the streets of Victoria.
• Crossbones Graveyard Every month people gather at Crossbones Graveyard to remember and pay their respects to the outcasts of society.
• St. Paul’s Cathedral This guided walk will show you some of Sir Christopher Wren's finest City churches, rebuilt after the Great Fire of London.
to • British Museum The British Museum's 'Living With Gods' exhibition will explore the role of gods and religion in early human civilisations.
• St. Paul’s Cathedral If you attend a choral Evensong service at St. Paul's Cathedral, you can wander around and see part of the Cathedral for free.
• Westminster Abbey You can enjoy a choral Evensong service at Westminster Abbey for free, which combines a traditional mass with a choir.
• Highgate Cemetery Have a guided tour around Highgate Cemetery, and enjoy one of the most atmospheric and historic cemeteries in London.
• St. Paul’s Cathedral Every Sunday St Paul's Cathedral invites one of the world's finest organists to play on the Grand Organ for half-an-hour.
• Tower of London You can attend a Sunday service at the Chapel Royal in the Tower of London -- one of the most historic churches in the City.
• Hampton Court Palace Attend a Sunday service in one of the country's most beautiful chapels -- Henry VIII's Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace.
• British Museum Enjoy an evening of mindfulness and meditation inside the Great Court at the British Museum, as well as some live music and discussion.
Religious events in May
If you’re visiting London in May why not attend one of these religious services?
to • SSE Arena Wembley 'Heaven On Earth' is a spectacular new musical at the SSE Arena that re-tells the Biblical story of Adam and Eve.