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What to see and do

With the Abbey’s rich history, there are many parts of it you’ll want to see when you visit. Explore the most popular spots to find out which area interests you most.

Poets' Corner

in the south transept

Coronation Chair

in the nave

The Lady Chapel

at the eastern end of the church

Pyx Chamber

off the east cloister

Royal Tombs

the eastern end of the church

Unknown Warrior

in the nave

The Quire

in the centre of the church


accessible via Dean’s Yard or the church

Chapter House

in the east cloister

College Garden

accessible through the cloisters

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries

We've transformed our medieval triforium, never before open to the public, into a new museum and gallery.

Find out more

St Margaret's Church

Sometimes known as ‘the parish church of the House of Commons’, St Margaret’s is rich with history. Everyone's welcome to visit or attend a service.

Visit St Margaret's

The biggest challenge we face is actually time – getting all our work done alongside the daily routine of the Abbey as a working church, visitor attraction and home to 1,000 years of history.

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Westminster Abbey is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Contact us

The Chapter Office
Westminster Abbey
20 Dean's Yard
SW1P 3PA +44(0)20 7222 5152 [email protected]

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