Visitors flock to see St. Paul's Cathedral, one of the city's top sights. And it most certainly does not come cheap. However, the West End's St. Paul's Church is a different beast entirely. Dubbed the “Actor’s Church” because of its closeness to — and relationship with — the surrounding theatrical area, this almost 400-year-old structure is deep in history. In 1662, the first "Punch and Judy" puppet performance was held there. Inside are plaques honoring such theatrical greats as Charlie Chaplin, Vivien Leigh, and Boris Karloff.