Westminster Abbey

Dan Hill
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Westminster Abbey (more formally Collegiate Church of Saint Peter at Westminster) has been used as the place of coronation for monarchs since 1066 (starting with William the Conqueror). It is the resting place of more that 3,000 famous Britains - including monarchs, scientists, politicians and poets. The abbey is a place for celebration, worship and ceremony. The last Royal Wedding at the abbey was the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, in 2011. The Abbey was completed in 960AD - and today it has over 1 million annual visitors. It is located right next to the Houses of Parliament. Of note to see: 1. The Lady Chapel 2. The Coronation Chair 3. Poet's Corner 4. The Queen's Window 5. Pyx Chamber 6. Royal Tombs 7. The Quire 8. The Cloisters 9. Chapel House 10. Abbey Gardens 11. Modern Martyrs Children under 5 get free entrance. Purchasing tickets online (see the website link on this page) - gets you a discount. Photo credits: Amy-Leigh Barnard, unsplash.com Jenny Marvin, unsplash.com
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  • 20 Deans Yd, Westminster, London SW1P 3PA, UK
  • Entry
    Standard 24.00 GBP
    Members 0.00 GBP
    Kids 10.00 GBP Under 17
    Seniors 21.00 GBP
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