One of Londons most famous landmarks, the Abbey has been the church used for coronations since 1066 and is the last resting place of 17 kings and queens.
The current Abbey was built on the site of earlier places of worship by Henry III who started construction in 1245. Note that it is free to visit the Abbey to attend services, but not for general admission. The Abbey is open for worship only on Sundays.
UG: Westminster 0.29km
UG: St James's Park 0.45km
UG: Charing Cross 0.94km
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