Posted: August 2017
If you are on holiday and want to do something different, why not visit St. Paul's in London tonight, August 17th or one of these evenings: August 24, 25, 28 or 31? Their website explains:
"There are few places quite like St Paul's at dusk, and to celebrate the beauty of Wren's great church in the twilight hours we will once again be opening our doors for a series of summer late openings.
On seven evenings during the summer holidays, people will be able to come inside St Paul's to marvel at the exquisite architecture, see where some of the nation's most famous heroes and artists are buried, gaze at the intricate mosaics, and simply take-in the breath-taking calm of the vast Cathedral.
And for these special evenings, photography will not only be permitted, but actively encouraged...
For our younger visitors there are also four family trails packed with fun facts and opportunities to find things, write creatively and draw pictures."
For more details, click here.
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