Westminster Abbey

Formally titled the Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, and always referred to as Westminster Abbey, is a Gothic church, located just to the west of the Palace of Westminster. It was constructed discontinuously between 1245 and 1745, though it remains mainly a Gothic church. It the traditional place of coronation and burial of the British Monarchs. It was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Address: 20 Dean's Yard, London
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Débora R , 2015-05-21
I had never seen so many graves in a church! It's nice to keep searching for specific graves and analysing the people's graves profiles. read full review
Excellent, well worth the short wait to cue.
986jasmine , Auckland Region, New Zealand, 2015-05-21
The sites and history was fascinating and really interesting. It surpassed my expectations. We would've liked to have been able to take photo's. read full review
A must
Marisol F , Toronto, Canada, 2015-05-20
Westminster Abbey is one of London's most famous landmarks and definitely something you don't want to miss. You can buy audio guides which make the experience a lot more interesting and informative... read full review
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  • Otel.com, 02-04-2013

    The place became a popular venue for royal weddings when Princess Patricia chose it for her marriage to the Alexander Ramsay in 1919.

  • Louis Vuitton, 04-04-2012

    In the South Transept of Westminster Abbey sits Poets' Corner, where England's most illustrious men of the pen Geoffrey Chaucer and Charles Dickens are buried. Kristin Knox, The Clothes Whisperer

  • Time Out London, 23-02-2012

    The cultural significance of Westminster Abbey is hard to overstate. Its popularity can only have increased since the wedding in April 2011 of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.

  • New York Habitat, 11-10-2011

    A medieval masterpiece, Westminster Abbey is filled with history and burials of many famous figures. Don’t forget to walk around the Cloisters and the Chapter House with the old wall paintings.

  • Otel.com, 11-10-2011

    This ornate Gothic church is where the coronation of British monarchs happen. Aside from guided tours, audio guides are available in 8 languages. Opens at 9:30am. No tourist visits on Sundays.

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