St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral is the People's Church.
A place of Christian religious worship since 604AD St Paul's cathedral has a wonderful tale to tell. However it was completely destroyed by fire in 1666 and in its current form built by Englands most influential architects: Sir Christopher Wren.
On a guided tour see how Wren won the battle to make his vision come true and how since his death some changes have been made.
Examples of what you'll see (subject to change):
Grave of Sir Christopher Wren
See where Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer married in 1981
Trumpets that startled Queen Elizabeth II
The Light of the World by William Holman- Hunt
John Donne effigy with scorch marks from 1666
The American Memorial Chapel
The commonwealth memorial alter
Tomb of Admiral Horatio Nelson
Tomb of Duke of Wellington
Mother and Child by Henry Moore