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Chapel Royal of St. Peter ad Vincula

The parish church of the Tower of London holds regular religious services throughout the year.

Sunday services

09:15 - Holy Communion.
11:00 - Matins (sung).
11:00 - Holy Communion (sung), normally on the last Sunday of the month.

Services are every Sunday, except during August and on the Sunday following Christmas and Easter.

Contact the Tower Chaplain

Hours: 09:00 - 17:00, Monday to Friday
Phone: 020 3166 6354
Email: [email protected]


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Access information

Those attending a service in the Chapel should enter the Tower via the Middle Drawbridge. Access to other areas of the Tower of London requires the purchase of a ticket.

Included in palace admission (members go free)

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In this episode of the Historic Royal Palaces podcast, we’ll be joining Assistant Curator Alfred Hawkins in the Chapel of St Peter Ad Vincula.

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