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Tower of London Tickets with Crown Jewels

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  • See the 1000-year-old Tower of London and learn about this renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site and the seat of British power
  • Explore all the public areas of the Tower of London, including the famed Crown Jewels exhibit, the Royal Armouries collection in the White Tower, battlements and more, all with free Wi-Fi access throughout
  • This tour has flexible hours, leaving you free to explore the Tower at your own pace. It should be noted, however, that it can become extremely busy and crowded during school holidays in the UK, particularly in October, and there might be delays and longer waiting times in queues
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Tower of London VIP Early Access & Best of Royal London Tour

English Guided Tour
Crown Jewels
Opening Ceremony
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  • Start your tour early in the morning at the celebrated Tower of London that allows you to visit the Tower before the crowd starts coming in.
  • Witness the Opening Ceremony by the Beefeaters and check out the Jewel House in all its glory.
  • Take a scenic boat ride up the Thames river and notice all the landmarks you pass by. Enjoy walking tour through the Horse Guards and watch the traditional Changing of the Guard Ceremony.
  • End your tour at the remarkable Buckingham Palace and take in the gorgeous sites. Plug in your headsets and make sure to retain important facts and stories about the Palace and its significance.
  • You may cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Tower of London & St Paul's Cathedral Guided Tour with Thames Cruise

English Guided Tour
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Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Tower of London and marvel at its glory with the help of a guided tour.

Discover Christopher Wren’s masterpiece, the magnificent St Paul’s Cathedral and receive a guided tour of this architectural gem that is a symbol of resilience for London

From the Tower of London, hop aboard a Thames River Cruise to Westminster Pier. You can take the cruise any day before 31 March 2020.

You may cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.

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Tower of London Reopens Post-COVID-19

Following a closure due to the on-going pandemic, the Tower of London has reopened to the public. This move comes with various safety measures in place for public health. Here’s what you need to know:

  • All tickets must be booked online in advance to prevent physical contact and to control the crowd size. Please reserve your time slot in advance and visit the landmark only at your designated time. 
  • Visitor capacity has been reduced and a mandatory 2-meter social distancing rule is in place to enable maximum physical distance
  • All guests must wear masks that cover their nose and mouth throughout the duration of their visit
  • Hand sanitizing gels have been made available for the public at regular intervals inside the premises
  • Boldly labeled markings have been added across the Tower to enable a smooth, uni-directional flow between visitors
  • Contactless payment is now available at all points for dining and shopping
  • The following sites are now open to the public: the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace and Gardens, Kensington Palace, Hillsborough Castle and Gardens.  

Tower of London Tickets

Few landmarks narrate dramatic, detailed stories of the city’s past -- the Tower of London is one. It pays a glorious homage to the British Monarchy and impact of the Church on the country’s politics and history. The turn of each corner narrates rare stories across the spectrum, be it of the English Kings and Queens who once ruled, to a grittier side of prisoners and executions. On a visit to the Tower of London, prepare to feast your eyes on symbols of royalty, like the mesmerizing Crown Jewels. Book your Tower of London tickets to be a part of engaging, visual story-telling of history like no where else.  

All Your Tower of London Tickets Options Explained

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Standard Access

These Tower of London tickets provide guests entry to the landmark and all its areas open to the public. Guests can explore the Tower of London independently, at their own pace with no time restrictions. Moreover, this ticket also includes access to public exhibitions, shows and children’s activities, along with free WiFi facilities.

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VIP Access

Owing to its popularity, the Tower of London almost always sees long waiting lines. Bypass the long queues by opting for tickets that provide VIP access to the landmark. Guests will receive early-bird access to the monument before the remaining public arrives; they will also have the chance to observe the glorious Crown Jewels without any crowds.

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Combo Tour of London

If you’re looking for an easy way to explore popular historical sites in London, opt for a combo tour. These tickets allow access to not only the Tower of London, but also to landmarks like the Buckingham Palace or St. Paul’s Cathedral. Moreover, your combo tickets also include a lovely cruise down the River Thames.

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Inclusions
  • Tower of London Entry Ticket
  • Entry into all public areas of the Tower of London, including the Crown Jewels exhibit, the White Tower, the Bloody Tower, and the Torture at the Tower exhibition
  • Access to the children's activity trails and live historical re-enactments
  • Free WiFi access
Inclusions
  • VIP Early Access to the Tower of London
  • Access to Opening Ceremony and Jewel House
  • River shuttle on Thames
  • Guided walking tour to Buckingham Palace
  • Changing of the Guard Ceremony or Horse Guards Parade
  • English-speaking tour guide
Inclusions
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Entrance to the Tower of London
  • Entrance to St. Paul’s Cathedral
  • Thames River Cruise
  • Personal Audio Headset enabled with VOX technology
  • Free Wifi
VIP Access

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Guided Tour

Guided Tour

Duration

Flexible hours

Duration

4 hours

Duration

4.5 hours

Cancellation Policy

Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

Cancellation Policy

Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

Cancellation Policy

Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Tower of London tickets for adults aged 18-64 begin from £25.

Children between the age of 5-15 pay half price, at £12.50. Those under five can enter for free and must be accompanied by an adult.

Senior citizens above the age of 65, young adults between ages 15-17, full-time students and persons with disabilities receive a concession on their ticket, at £20.

What to See at The Tower of London

The Tower of London is a treasure trove of cultural and historical memorabilia. An ode to the British Monarchy, here, guests will find an assortment of historical and religious collections that will lend a deeper, more significant background to the timeline of royalty. Here are some of the key highlights to explore while on a Tower of London tour.

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Crown Jewels

The most prized collection of gems in the world, the Crown Jewels are inevitably the most attractive part of the British Monarchy. Observe the the most captivating and rare jewels, each narrating fascinating stories of members of the royal family and their prestigious ceremonies. Perhaps the most alluring one, seeped in history, is the Koh-i-noor diamond, which can be found embedded in the Queen Mother’s crown.

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White Tower

Built during the 1800s under William The Conquerer, the White Tower was initially built as a fortified keep and as an added accommodation for the King. If one goes deeper to study this fort, it was found to also serve as a chamber for torture and execution. Today, the White Tower is a widely recognized landmark in London and is home to the Royal Armories Collection.    

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Beefeater Tour

The Yeoman Wardens, popularly known as the Beefeaters, are ceremonial guards at the Tower of London. For over 500 years, the Beefeaters have been designated with the duty of guarding prisoners and watching over the Crown Jewels. When on a visit, set off on a Beefeater’s tour and learn fascinating stories about the prisoners, executions and rare insight into the Tower’s history.

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The Ravens

A common occurrence at the Tower of London is a flock of ravens, standing guard at the the South Lawn. Whether fact or fiction is debatable, but legend goes that at all times, six ravens must remain standing as protectors of the Crown; if the ravens leave, that would signify the fall of the Crown and the British Monarchy. Once can visit these ravens and if lucky, witness their feeding as well.

Plan Your Visit

Opening Hours
Getting There
Facilities & Regulations
What are Tower of London hours?

From 1 March to 31 October, the Tower of London hours from Wednesday to Sunday between 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM (last admission at 04:30 PM). Dates from 1 November to 28 February will be announced soon.

When is the Tower of London closed?

The Tower of London is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, along with 25 December and 1 January.

What is the best time to visit the Tower of London?

The best time to visit the Tower of London is early mornings before the crowds arrive. The best time of year to visit the Tower of London is during the off-season, avoiding the summer months between June-September. 

How do I get to the Tower of London?

You can use public transport like trains and buses to get to the Tower of London or drive down as well. However, on-site parking is not available for those driving down.

Can I take the train to visit the Tower of London?

Yes, taking the train is the most convenient option to get to the Tower of London. Several prime stations are located close to the landmark, like the London Bridge Station, Liverpool Street Station and London Charring Cross Station. However, your best bet is to get off at Tower Hill Station, from here your location is at a 5-minute walk.

Where is the Tower of London located?

The Tower of London is located at St Katharine's & Wapping, London EC3N 4AB, United Kingdom.
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What are some visitor guidelines at the Tower of London?

Guests will have to abide by certain regulations. Tripods and selfie sticks are not permitted on ground and photography is only allowed in certain areas. Masks and hand sanitizers are mandatory as well.

Is the Tower of London wheelchair-accessible?

Yes. Wheelchair facilities are available on-site and dedicated elevator access has been provided as well.

Is storage space available for luggage?

No. Guests are recommended to carry small packpacks and handbags as storage facilities are not available at the Tower of London.

What to See on a Tour of London

There's plenty of history and culture to soak in while you visit London; castles, churches, walking and food tours, parks, multiple entertainment options, and more. If you're looking for an easy hack to visit the top attractions in the city, opt for a Tower of London combo tour. During this tour, you'll get to visit prime attractions like St. Paul's Cathedral and Buckingham Palace among many others!

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St Paul’s Cathedral

Dating back to the 17th Century, St. Paul’s Cathedral is the primary seat of the London Diocese. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the cathedral has been re-designed and renovated several times over the decades after being subjected to fire and war. Today, one can admire the stunning combination of Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassical influences in its design and architecture. One of its most beautiful features, the Dome, easily stands apart in the middle of London’s skyline.

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Buckingham Palace

The Buckingham Palace is arguably one of the most iconic landmarks in London. The current residence of Britain’s Queen, this palace is an impeccable ode to the monarchy, its relevance and its lifestyle. The massive space houses about 775 rooms, the most popular ones like the ballroom used predominantly for hosting state functions and dinners. Keep an eye out for the Queen’s Royal Art Collection and the Changing of the Guards ceremony.

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Thames River Cruise

Along with landmarks like the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace, London’s topography would be incomplete without the River Thames. If you’re looking to explore the city through a unique vantage point, opt for a cruise on the River Thames. Indulge in London’s history-soaked landscape and observe majestic structures like the Tower Bridge, Big Ben, London Eye and more along the skyline, right up to the Westminster Pier.

Tower of London Tickets FAQs

Q. What is the Tower of London famous for?
A. The Tower of London is a 900-year-old castle. It was once a fortress for the British Monarch and has also served as an administrative building and prison. Today, it is famous for holding the precious Crown Jewels, which also includes the Koh-i-noor diamond.

Q. Is it safe to visit the Tower of London post-COVID-19?
A. To ensure the safety of its visitors, the Tower of London now accepts only online reservations. Several safety measures and guidelines have also been enforced to ensure the safety of its visitors. 

Q. What are the safety measures and guidelines in place at the Tower of London?
A. In light of COVID-19, multiple health and safety measures have been enforced. The Tower of London now accepts only online reservations. It is mandatory that visitors wear masks that cover their nose and face throughout their entire visit and hand sanitizing gels have also been made available; social distancing is also mandatory at the premises. Markings have been made to enable a uni-directional flow and all payments are now contactless.

Q. Are Tower of London tickets available online now?
A. Yes. You can book your Tower of London tickets online as they now accept only digital reservations.

Q. What is the entry fee for Tower of London?
A. The entry fee for Tower of London is £25, for adults aged 18-64. Children between ages 5-15 pay half price, while those under the age of 5 get free entry.

Q. What is the cancelation policy for Tower of London tickets?
A. It depends on the Tower of London tickets you choose to book. While some tickets offer a full refund on canceling tickets up to 48-72 hours in advance, for others there may be no refund available on cancelation. Please check before you make your reservation. 

Q. What are Tower of London hours post-COVID-19? 
A. Tower of London hours post-COVID-19 are 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM from Wednesday to Sunday (final entry at 04:30 PM).

Q. What's included in Tower of London tickets?
A. The Tower of London admission ticket includes access to all the exhibitions (including the Crown Jewels), the Yeoman Warder tours, White Tower, the ravens and more.

Q. Should I buy Tower of London tickets in advance?
A. Yes. The Tower of London now only accepts ticket slots that have been booked in advance. Entry will not be permitted to those who purchase tickets on the spot. 

Q. Is the Tower of London included in the London Pass?
A. Yes, the Tower of London is included in the London Explorer Pass and London Royal Palace Pass as well.

Q. How long should I spend at the Tower of London?
A. If you wish to explore everything there’s to the Tower of London, you need to spend around four hours in total.