The Westminster Cathedral's Choir is perhaps the oldest in the world and perhaps one of the best, free to visit and no hard-to-dress requests, donation, most of the art is modern, with 20th century mosaics
Built in the early 20th century, the cathedral has a tower of 87 meters high and a gallery inside which is a baptism altar, open from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., weekends to 6 p.m., the sightseeing tower is a must see.
Westminster Cathedral, it is a very deep shock to us, it is not only a church, but also a symbol of the UK, and the treasures of the world's infinite civilization. It is really shocking. Just felt that it is not on earth!!! It is a place full of sacredness
Unmissable. Within a 10 minute tube journey from us.
If you're a Roman Catholic in London, you can hear mass at Westminster Cathedral, the seat of the Roman Catholic Church in England, and the biggest Roman Catholic church in England. ... Like other huge Catholic churches, it has numerous chapels inside. ... This is a gorgeous Catholic cathedral near Victoria Station.
Gorgeous and understated, yet looming exterior of one of the lesser known hidden gems of London. Step inside to discover highly ornate chapels and ceilings covered in amazing glistening golden and silver mosaics. Entrance is free and you can climb the tower for a small fee.
Westminster Cathedral is completely different from the much more famous Westminster Abbey (so many things are called Westminster). It's a working Catholic church that looks a lot better on the outside than the inside.
Not to be confused with Westminster Abbey, this is the Roman Catholic cathedral. The building is huge, has an unusual design and features some beautiful mosaics. Unfortunately they are not yet all completed (or even begun), though there are several more planned.
There are two very similar sounding heavyweight cathedrals in one vicinity but other than their common first names, they are very different. The one in question Westminster cathedral is made only o...
Visited Westminster Cathedral, unlike the website shows not open much, the building is still worth a viewing even from the outside.
What a beautiful minster, on looking from the outside, and been able to look what’s engrave above the entrance, downfall was the side view as there was work been carried out on it
Once in London you must visit the largest Roman Catholic church: Westminster Cathedral. It dates from the 19th century and is a true work of art clad in stone.
The angelic voices of the boys in the sung Mass/service is always a marvel. I was happy to listen to them again, and will be glad to do so again. Seems every 5pm service on weekdays is sung.