Ordinarily, visitors to St Paul’s Cathedral during the day are not supposed to take photos, but for seven evenings, the Cathedral is opening its doors to photographers.

The relaxation of the photography ban is part of a series of late openings for the summer months.

Throughout the evenings, drinks and light food will be available in the crypt cafe and the Cathedral shop will be open, offering a range of gifts and mementos.

The late evening openings are on Thursday 27th July then 10th, 17th and 24th August, followed by the Bank Holiday weekend of 25th, 28th and 31st August.

Note though that tickets give access to the Cathedral floor and crypt. The Dome galleries will not be open.

Tickets cost £10 and can be booked here

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