All Saints Margaret Street | A New 360-Degree Panorama View of All Saints, Margaret Street

A New 360-Degree Panorama View of All Saints, Margaret Street

Friday 1 November 2013 at 17:25

360 degree panoramas of All Saints

To celebrate this week’s All Saints Festival and the launch of the All Saints’ Restoration Appeal Phase IV – Lighting and Electrical Renewal, we are delighted to share a 360 degree panorama of our beautiful Grade 1 Listed Church.

Enjoy this feast for the eyes, arrive at the front door and explore the rich decoration and sumptuous detail of William Butterfield’s magnificent interior. Experience a true “hidden gem” in the streets of central London.

One of the “UK’s favourite churches” – as nominated by composer Andrew Lloyd Webber (National Churches Trust, July 2013)

Sir John Betjeman, the poet, writer and enthusiastic advocate of heritage and architecture said of All Saints:
“It was here, in the 1850s, that the revolution in architecture began…It led the way, All Saints Margaret Street, in church building.”

The church is a living house of prayer and is cherished by all who worship here for its sacred atmosphere and magnificent heritage. Open to visit 7 days a week, from 7am to 7pm.

360 views taken by panorama photographer Roy Reed.