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Rates valid till February 28, 2018
Rates valid for minimum 02 passengers travelling together
What is included in the tour
- Tower of London Entrance Ticket
- All Taxes included (what you see is the final price per person)
What is NOT included in the tour
- Pick up and drop off service from Hotel
- Meals other than those specified in inclusions
- Drinks other than those specified in inclusions
- Tips (not mandatory)
Bypass the long lines at the Tower of London and make the most of your tour through this dark and infamous complex. View the remarkable Crown Jewels and visit the White Tower, Traitors’ Gate and Tower Green, where Anne Boleyn met her grisly end. Choose to explore on your own or follow a ‘Beefeater’ guard on a guided walk.
- Entrance ticket to the Tower of London including the Crown Jewels
- Save time with faster entrance to this iconic London palace-fortress
- Discover London’s bloody royal past at the White Tower, Traitors’ Gate and Tower Green, where Anne Boleyn was beheaded in 1536
- View the Crown Jewels, the spectacular, still-used symbols of the British monarchy
- Visit the Bloody Tower, where the ‘Princes of the Tower’ were murdered; walk along the battlements and see the legendary ravens
- Enjoy a complimentary Yeoman Warder ‘Beefeater’ tour
Visit the Tower of London and discover the history behind its grim reputation – from beheadings and torture to zoos and Crown Jewels, this commanding fortress has seen it all.
The Crown Jewels
The dazzling Crown Jewels are a must-see attraction at the Tower of London! These pretty and priceless royal treasures are celebrated symbols of the British monarchy and you can discover the history behind the gems at the Tower’s Crown Jewels exhibition. See the plush Imperial State Crown, which is worn by the Queen at each State Opening of Parliament, and the gleaming Sovereign’s Sceptre. The Sceptre’s diamond is the largest colourless cut diamond in the world!
The White Tower
The oldest part of the Tower of London, the White Tower is a massive fortress built by William the Conqueror between 1070 and 1100. It was designed to strike fear and submissions into unruly citizens of London and deter foreign invaders – stand outside the White Tower and you’ll soon see how this menacing building succeeded! You can venture inside and discover a treasure trove of the past, with a number of unusual objects on display including diamond-encrusted weapons and suits of armour.
Take a walk with one of the Yeoman Warders – these guardians of the tower are today all retirees from the Armed Forces of the Commonwealth realms. They’ll entertain with stories of intrigue and gore, giving fascinating accounts of what life was like in the Tower hundreds of years ago, and how people live in it today.
The Tower of London was once a bustling zoo and beasts have returned to the Tower in the form of beautiful sculptures! Exotic animals used to be given as royal gifts, and animals were kept at the Royal Menagerie for entertainment. This significant part of the Tower’s history is recreated today through the Royal Beasts exhibition, with interactive displays revealing how the animals would have lived in the centre of London.
Coins and Kings: The Royal Mint at the Tower
This permanent Tower of London exhibition explores the story of the Tower as a working Mint between 1279 and 1812. Outdoor installations and interactive displays reveal what life was like for the people of Mint Street and the hard work that went into producing coins for Britain. Explore six key events, including Isaac Newton’s efforts to rid London of counterfeiters when he was Warden of the Mint and discover what Edward I’s harsh punishment was for people who tampered with his coins!
1st March to 31st October
Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Sunday & Monday: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
(Last admission 5 pm)
1st November to 28th February
Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Sunday & Monday: 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
(Last admission 4 pm)
All internal buildings close 30 minutes after the last admission
The last Yeoman Warder tour starts at 2.30 pm (winter), 3.30 pm (summer)