Westminster Abbey is open to visitors Monday to Saturday from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM.
On Sundays, the Abbey is open for services.
Westminster Abbey is a living working church, so make sure to check opening times before your visit.
The best time to visit the Abbey and avoid crowds is right after it opens in the morning on weekdays.
Set aside at least two hours to enjoy all the exhibits fully.
Explore the most famous church in the UK
Discover over 1,000 years of history of a royal church in the heart of London. Founded by Benedictine monks in 960, the Abbey has since become one of the most visited attractions in the country. Feel the atmosphere of a sacred place that has been a coronation church since 1066 and a setting for other royal events, including 16 weddings. Marvel at the precious Coronation Chair that is more than 700 years old.
Discover the history of the country
Get chills while exploring the final resting place of 30 kings and queens. The Abbey also has over 3,300 tombs of the most famous Britons if you wish to dive deeper into the history of the UK. Honor the memory of those killed during the First World War near the grave of the Unknown Warrior.
The Westminster Abbey ticket price is £25 for adults, £22 for seniors aged 65+ and students, £11 for children, and £25 for families of one adult and one child.
The museum offers free admission to children under six and the Abbey Association members.
Learn more about Westminster Abbey at your own pace while walking around the city and exploring its magnificent attractions with the self-guided audio tour Royal London and its Gems. Discover hidden insights about the place where the royal weddings take place in the company of the local expert tour guide.
Westminster Abbey is one of the world's most famous attractions, so the number of walk-up tickets might be limited. Save time and secure your spot — reserve tickets online in advance.
You can book online tickets to Westminster Abbey up to two months in advance.