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The best way to visit St Benet's is to join us on a Sunday for one of our services. All levels of Welsh are welcome, from fluent to non-existent - plenty of us are somewhere in between. An English translation is included within the order of service.

Opening times
Apart from the services, the church is usually open from 11am to 3pm on Thursdays, when volunteers from the Friends of City Churches will be available to answer questions and show you around the church.

What can be seen or done
St Benet is a small but beautiful historic building. The interior is almost square in shape, with a gallery on one side. Much of the building, exterior and interior, is as Christopher Wren designed it over 300 years ago.

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How to find us
St Benet is situated on the north bank of the River Thames, a short walk from St Paul’s Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge.

Guild Church of St Benet
Paul’s Wharf
Queen Victoria Street

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Public transport
Underground: St Paul’s (Central line) Mansion House and Blackfriars (District/Circle line)
Bus: 388 stops nearby
Train: Blackfriars (City Thameslink)

Disabled Access
Ramp access and toilet facilities available. Please ask for further information. There is limited parking available on Bennet’s Hill (off Castle Baynard Street).