Lambeth Palace Tours

As the official London residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury for almost 800 years, Lambeth Palace has a long and significant history, but for most visitors, it’s the building itself that garners the most attention. The palace’s 15th-century monumental gateway, known as Morton's Tower, is an imposing sight, but the oldest parts of the building, including Langton's Chapel and the Crypt date back to the early 13th-century.

Today, Lambeth Palace is open to the public by guided tour only, which grant visitors’ access to the Archbishop of Canterbury's lavishly decorated State Rooms, the Chapel, Atrium and Crypt, the 10-acre gardens and the magnificent, recently renovated Great Hall.

Practical Info

Lambeth Palace is located on the south bank of the River Thames in Central London, opposite the Houses of Parliament, and is open to the public by pre-booked guided tour only (£14.95 at the time of writing, free for under 17s).
Address: SE1 7JU, London, England
Hours: Booked tour only.
Admission: £12 + £2.95 booking. 17 & under free.
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