Church Of St. Bartholomew The Great
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About Church Of St. Bartholomew The Great, London
There are a lot of churches dedicated to St Bartholomew the Great and each one is better than the last. This church also excels every area- in terms of masses, prayers, architecture, parish and history. It was founded in AD 1123 and is one of the most beautiful and soothing sights in the city of London. It is an Anglican Church and is one of the best in the city to seek a conversation with God. You should definitely visit and try to attend a mass when here.
Church Of St. Bartholomew The Great Information
- For visiting the church, go to the desk in the porch at the west door and ask the staff to take you over there.
Church Of St. Bartholomew The Great Tickets Prices
- Adult: GBP £4
- Concession & pre-booked groups: GBP £3.5
- Family Ticket: GBP £10 (2 adults & 1-3 children)
- Adult Season Ticket: GBP £30 (for one year)
- Photography: GBP £1
- Cloister Café: Free entry
Church Of St. Bartholomew The Great Opening and Closing Hours
- 14th February – 10th November: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday)
- 11th November – 13th February: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm (Monday to Friday)
- Saturday (all year): Closed all day.
- Sunday (all year): 9:30 am – 6:30 pm
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Address: W Smithfield, London EC1A 9DS, United Kingdom
Ticket Price: 4 GBP
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Wonderful exhibit of Norman architecture. Novelty value is the number of well known films and dramas filmed on site. Admission fee a bit steep at £5 for adults.
I've been to the evensong service (every Sunday at 6:30pm) here twice on a couple of separate visits to London. Very Anglo-Catholic, so if that's your thing, this service is a great way to experience the church. The choir is phenomenal.
This is a very special church. Founded in the 12th century, it survived both the Great Fire and the Blitz. Described by John Betjeman as having the finest Norman interior of any church in London.
If you like old churches, this is a great stop while in London. Lovely old church with a lot of history amongst its walls. My children also loved seeing the old church.
The most beautiful church in London without a doubt. So much history surrounding it since it is in one of the only areas in London not damaged by the great fire. The thirteenth century gate house is stunning and the tomb of Rahere is well worth a visit.
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