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St Margaret’s Church in Westminster, London – One of London’s Hidden Gems

Have you ever wondered about the church next to Westminster Abbey? Since 1614 St Margaret’s Church has been the parish church of the House of Commons; somewhat overshadowed by the Abbey and often overlooked by visitors to London. With free entry, a number of fascinating memorials, a stained glass window with quite a history, and some lovely Tudor features, this is a must; especially for those who enjoy exploring churches and their histories. In her quest for all that is little known in London, Sarah recently found St Margaret’s quite by chance and is adding it to her list of things to do in the capital city.

Visiting St Margaret's Church, Westminster

Please note that photography is not allowed within the church. Photographs in this article are used with the kind permission of The Chapter Office, Westminster Abbey.

Official Website

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 09h30 – 15h30

Ticket Prices

Entrance is free

You will need to enter through the same entrance for Westminster Abbey and have your bags checked.

Archaeology Travel Writer

Sarah Nash

Sarah has a Bachelors degree in Philosophy and a Masters degree in Archaeology. Besides an interest in archaeology and history, Sarah is also a travel obsessed bookworm. Given her aim to get her children to be equally interested in history and travel, Sarah started our History with Kids series of articles. Sarah has also written about places and museums to visit in Salisbury and London.

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