Brass Rubbing

Brass rubbing was a fashionable Victorian pastime that continues to be popular today. Visitors to churches wanted to take home a memento of their experience and brass rubbing was their inspired solution.

Brass Rubbing is based in our foyer next to the shop (enter via glass entrance). No need to book in advance, just ask our friendly shop team to get started. Prices start from only £6.50

Dick Sheppard Chapel

The Dick Sheppard Chapel is located downstairs in the Lower Crypt, and is open for quiet prayer or contemplation at certain times when the church is closed.

Please ask a member of staff for details if you’d like to use the chapel.


Visitors are welcomed to explore the church when a service, concert or rehearsal is not taking place. Self-guided Children’s Trail produced by the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS) are available on the tables at the entrances.

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Art and exhibitions

St Martin’s hosts art exhibitions curated by charitable and cultural organisations.  The Foyer, Gallery, and Courtyard provide a backdrop for these organisations to share their vision with visitors to St Martin’s.

In the Beginning

Lectures Online

Every year St Martin-in-the-Fields hosts an Autumn Lecture Series, with key speakers addressing questions about contemporary life and society through their lives and perspectives.

The lectures for 2023 have now concluded, but they are available to watch online on demand until 31 December 2023.

Photo of a tree looking up from the lower part of the trunk into the canopy.

Virtual Tour