Tower of London Tickets
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Tower of London Tickets
Book for entry to one of Britain’s best-known historical attractions!
Discover over 1000 years of murder, mystery, deadly plots and intrigue that have played out inside the ancient stone walls of this world-famous landmark.
From tales of torture and treason to the charms of the Crown Jewels, the Tower of London is home to a millennium of historical allure for the whole family to enjoy.
Some of the Tower’s most remarkable sights include:
The Crown Jewels
The dazzling Crown Jewels are comprised of a staggering 23,578 gems. The Tower of London is also home to the Cullinan and 105.6 Carat Koh-i-Noor diamonds. This breathtaking collection can be found in the Jewel House.
Yeoman Warders, better known by their ambiguous nickname ‘Beefeaters’, have been guarding the Tower of London since the Tudor age. They are the oldest British military corps still in existence and are part of the ancient Ceremony of the Keys, with their vibrant uniforms and foreboding auras attracting tourists for centuries.
The Tower Ravens
The jet-black ravens are amongst the Tower of London’s most celebrated and famous sights. Legend dictates that “If the six ravens are lost or fly away, the Crown will fall and Britain with it.” That’s why the specially-appointed Raven Master ensures that at least seven ravens (the necessary six and one spare) are well-fed, happy and in no hurry to leave!
Line of Kings
The world’s longest running visitor attraction! Located on the entrance floor of the White Tower, see magnificent displays featuring arms and royal armour, life-sized wooden horses and figures of kings.
For more than 600 years, exotic animals were held captive here as part of the “Royal Menagerie”. Discover their story in an extraordinary interactive exhibit.
The White Tower
The iconic White Tower is one of the most important castle keeps in the world, designed and built to deter, awe and terrify foreign invaders and Londoners alike!
This exciting new interactive display reveals the sorry tales of the many prisoners held captive at the Tower over the centuries.
Go Medieval at the Tower from 4th until 6th August 2018
Step in to a Medieval world and join in the festivities as the new Queen Maragaret of Anjou arrives. Feel the weight of a real knight's sword, have a go at firing a crossbow and much more.
- Culture Vultures
The Tower of London, London, EC3N 4AB.
There is no parking available at the Tower of London
- Open daily except for 24th - 26th December and 1st January
Summer (1st March – 31st October)
- Tuesday-Saturday: 9.00-17.30
- Sunday-Monday: 10.00-17.30
- Last admission: 17.00
Winter (1st November – 28th February)
- Tuesday-Saturday: 9.00-16.30
- Sunday-Monday: 10.00-16.30
- Last admission: 16.00
- This is an ancient building with difficult stairways and passageways in which wheelchair access is limited.
- Steps and cobbled roadways throughout the Tower of London and its grounds may prove problematic to those with mobility difficulties.
- The Jewel House and the Crown Jewels are fully accessible to all visitors.
- Carers of disabled visitors are admitted free of charge, and do not need to book a ticket.
General admission to the Tower.
Transport to and from the Tower.
The Tower is located in the heart of London and is accessible by train, underground, car, bus, bicycle or riverboat.