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No trip to London is complete without a visit to the notorious Tower of London. Perched on the banks of the Thames this forbidding fortress has throughout history variously been a hotbed of political intrigue, the home of kings, a prison, the seat of government and the setting for foul murder and execution. In the past it has housed lions, bears and enemies of the monarch, today it’s where you’ll find the colourfully dressed beefeaters and the famous flightless ravens.
See the sparkling Crown Jewels in the Jewel House and view the magnificent collection of historic armour. Shiver when you visit the Bloody Tower where the Princes are believed to have been murdered. View Traitors’ Gate through which many famous prisoners have passed. Read the heart-rending inscriptions written by unfortunates incarcerated in the Beauchamp Tower.
The Tower of London is open dailyDuration
The recommended visit time is 3 hours however you are free to stay as long as you wish.Start time
Tuesday – Saturday : 9:00am to 5:30pm
Sunday – Monday: 10:00am to 5:30pm.
Last admission is at 5:00pm.
Timings are subject to change.
The Tower of London is located at Tower Hill London, EC3N 4AB. The nearest tube station is Tower Hill (District and Circle Lines) Buses 15, 42, 78, 100, RV1 and all of the London sightseeing buses serve the tower of London.
Timings are subject to change. Internal buildings close 30 minutes before the scheduled closing time but you may carry on enjoying the grounds.
Unfortunately this attraction may not be suitable for those with mobility problems.
Very organized and fun to walk around...Leigh Ann, United States
One of my favorite london's monument. Great time and very fast wirh our online ticket...Tiffany DARDENNE,
You cannot miss the Tower when you visit London and make sure you go on one of the Yeoman Warder led tours while you are there...Vicki Neal, United States
The Tower of London was great but I could not believe how much they dwelled on the torture.
we had to go to Madame Tusadas first and didn't except e-tickets.
Was not as good an experience as I was looking forward too.