St. Paul's Cathedral - Visitor Facilities
- Gift Shops: St Paul’s Cathedral Shop is a gift shop that stores a wide and diverse selection of gifts, ranging from silver jewelry, china, and candles to pencils and rubbers inspired by the Cathedral. They also keep a selection of CDs, books, and prints.
- Audio guide: The audio guide is in English, and it includes music from St Paul’s Cathedral choir, interviews, and explanations from Cathedral specialists.
- Restaurants: St Paul Cathedral’s cafe is open from Monday - Saturday from 9 am to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 10 am to 4 PM. It offers barista-made coffee, salads, delectable sandwiches, and homemade cakes and desserts. Make sure that you try St Paul's fruit cake. There is a Tearoom in the former dining space in the Crypt. Here, guests can enjoy a traditional afternoon tea with a selection of sandwiches, scones, and cakes as well as a range of lovely teas and coffees with the option to add a glass of English sparkling wine.
- Cloakrooms: There are no cloakroom facilities so visitors are advised not to bring any larger items with them
- Wi-Fi: Free Wi-Fi access is not included in the admission tickets
- Restrooms & Baby changing: There are accessible toilets at the crypt level. There are separate male and female toilets and keys are not required to access them. They are reached via level access. However, the nearest baby changing facilities are located at the Barbican Centre and Tate Modern.
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