- Child tickets: age 5 - 15 (under 5s are free)
- Concession tickets: over 60s and students (valid ID required
- Family ticket: 2 adults and up to 3 children or 1 adult and up to 4 children
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Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066, The Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous fortresses. Dark secrets and stories conveyed through a series of fascinating exhibitions and history is brought well and truly to life by the Ravens and Beefeaters that still protect the tower to this day.
1st March - 31st October:
Tuesday - Saturday 09:00-17:30 (last admission 17:00
Sunday; Monday 10:00-17:30 (last admission 17:00)
1st November - 29th February:
Tuesday - Saturday 09:00-16:30 (last admission 16:00)
Sunday & Monday 10:00-16:30 (last admission 16:00)
Closed 24th/25th/26th December and 1st January
The Crown Jewels at the Tower of London are a unique working collection of royal regalia and are still regularly used by the Queen in important national ceremonies. The displays examine how the royal regalia are used during the Coronation ceremony, and explore the symbolism of each object.
This priceless collection holds some of the most legendary and extraordinary diamonds in the world. The most famous of these is the legendary Koh-i-Noor Indian diamond, at one time the largest in the world and the cause of many bitter feuds and wars over the years.
Share the secrets of one thousand years of royal gossip and intrigue with a Beefeater, or to give them their proper title ‘Yeoman Warder'. This body of men - and now one woman - has guarded the Tower of London for centuries. Pain and passion, treachery and torture, you'll be equally amazed and appalled by the tales that have been passed down for generations, all delivered with their matchless style!
The White Tower
A castle built to strike fear and submission into the unruly citizens of London and deter foreign invaders! Inside you will find ‘Fit for a King’, a journey through 500 years of royal arms and armour. Created for both the battle field and the sporting field displays include Henry VIII's horse armour, Japanese samurai armour presented to King James I and even Prince Charles' polo helmet and knee pads.
Prisoners of the Tower
Despite its reputation, there are no dungeons at the Tower of London. The Tower was rather more ‘exclusive’ - with prisoners from the higher levels of society. Find out what life was like imprisoned in the Bloody or Beauchamp Towers and experience the sights, sounds and inscriptions left from captives over five hundred years ago!
London's original zoo, the Royal Beasts exhibition is where you can see sculptures and art of lions, baboons, elephant and even polar bear who once inhabited the tower. Hear the amazing tales of how the animals were fed and housed, as well as various unfortunate incidents when the public got a little too close!