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Golden ToursChanging the Guard and St. Paul’s tour Watch the Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace and then enter St. Paul’s with this half-day tour
ViatorSt. Paul’s Cathedral and river cruise This package includes entry to St. Paul’s and a 24-hour City Cruise ticket for some sightseeing along the river
ViatorLondon Essentials: Full day coach tour You’ll see Changing the Guard, St. Paul’s and the Tower of London, then ride a sightseeing boat back to the London Eye
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This enjoyable walk will take around some of Sir Christopher Wren's finest City churches.
Following the Great Fire of London Christopher Wren rebuilt fifty one churches plus St. Paul's Cathedral. Only thirteen of them survive to this day in their original form, and eleven more have been substantially altered on the inside (mainly due to The Blitz). Six more exist as towers only, and a couple have been demolished and their stones re-used elsewhere.
This tour will include a selection of the best churches, including the famous 'cockney church' of St Mary-le-Bow. If you want to call yourself a true cockney then you're supposed to have been born within the sound of its bell. Craig has written a review of St. Mary-le-Bow if you'd like to see what looks like inside.
The tour will also stop at St Michael Paternoster Royal, the local church of Dick Whittington. The famous medieval Mayor is said to have been buried within its grounds, and they've installed a giant stained glass window to celebrate the association. Craig has written a review of St Michael Paternoster Royal as well, if you'd like to get a quick preview.
Important note: The tour doesn't actually go inside St. Paul's Cathedral, they just walk and talk outside it. If you'd like to see what it's actually like inside, then read Craig's review of St. Paul's on his blog. You might like to look through our special section on London's churches as well.
Craig’s review of St. Paul’s – “One of the things that I have always liked about St. Paul's Cathedral is the lousy piece of street planning outside the front door. As you walk up Ludgate Hill you'll expect to see the grand facade block off the top like a great barn door, but with the way the street curves over the brow all you get is three-quarters of the front. It's the worst piece of street planni… continued”
Evensong Mass at St. Paul’s Cathedral – Every day – If you attend a choral Evensong service at St Paul's Cathedral, you can wander around and see part of the Cathedral for free.
Sunday organ recitals at St Paul’s Cathedral – Every Sun (apart from the last Sun of the month) – Every Sunday St Paul's Cathedral invites one of the world's finest organists to play on the Grand Organ for half-an-hour.
Walk in the footsteps of Jack the Ripper – Every day – Walk the streets of Whitechapel and try and discover the identity of the Victorian murderer Jack the Ripper - if you dare!
The Original Tour — Open-top sightseeing bus – Every day – The Original Tour is one of London's most popular sightseeing buses, and it's also a great way to travel around the capital.
London Bus Tour — open-top sightseeing bus – Every day – This traditional open-top bus tour will take in all the best landmarks and attractions, with a free river cruise and guided walk.
TRS river cruise, from Big Ben to Greenwich – Every day – Spend a leisurely afternoon on a TRS river cruise from Big Ben to Greenwich, and see some of the sights along the river.
Boat trip down the Thames, with City Cruises – Every day – City Cruises offer one-way, return or all-day boat trips between Westminster and Greenwich, stopping off at Tower Bridge.
If you enjoy St. Paul’s then you might like to visit Brompton Oratory (catch the train from St Pauls to Brompton Oratory), Westminster Abbey (catch the train from St Pauls to Westminster Abbey) and Westminster Cathedral (catch the train from St Pauls to Westminster Cathedral)
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