The Cathedral is a spectacular place to visit and is a must see in London. The history, rich detail and scale of the building was a humbling experience.
We visited on a busy July weekend, but due to the enormous space we were not hindered by the crowds. You are able to climb right to the top of the building, which is well worth it as it provided great views of London (although quite a hike). At the top however the space was cramped and the crowds became far more noticeable. Most complaints have centred around the admission fee but for us the views provided us with an alternative to the massive queues of the London Eye, and in my opinion was well worth the 16 pounds. The audio guide was also very good, cluing us into the building's rich history and important aspects.
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