St Paul’s Cathedral tells new tales

St Paul’s Cathedral tells new tales

Visitors to the St Paul’s Cathedral stand at World Travel Market London 2015 can hear about new multimedia guides and stories for visitors.

The cathedral, with its iconic dome, is Sir Christopher Wren’s architectural masterpiece and visitors can explore the cathedral floor, crypt and the three dome viewing galleries.

They can also view a First World War display about 138 recovering servicemen who embroidered an altar frontal for the national service of thanksgiving in July 1919 to mark the end of the war.

St Paul’s Cathedral, Shakespeare’s Globe, The National Trust, Kew Gardens, The Houses of Parliament, Historic Royal Palaces, English Heritage and the Royal Collection will be exhibiting together on a shared stand for the third time in a row.

Stand number: UKI430

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