Get around Tower of London with a detailed map

The Tower of London, built in the 1070s by William the Conqueror continues to fascinate guests even today. An important landmark in London steeped in history with multiple highlights, the Tower of London map is exactly what you need to explore and uncover its rich history. 

Where is Tower of London?

Exterior of the Tower of London
  • Address: London EC3N 4AB, United Kingdom
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  • The Tower of London is strategically located on the banks of the famous Thames River next to the iconic Tower Bridge toward the eastern part of the city. 
  • Closest Landmark: Tower Bridge (600 m)

Tower of London Map

Use this map to get around the Tower of London, explore its unmissable highlights, and make the most of your visit to this heritage site.

Visitor Facilities at the Tower of London

Tower of London

What to see at the Tower of London?

The Crown Jewels: Marvel at the beautiful Crown Jewels, a collection of around 23,578 precious gemstones used even today in royal ceremonies. 

The Ravens: Legend has it that the ravens are the guardians of The Tower of London. Learn about their fascinating history and get a taste of their unique relationship with the Ravenmasters. 

White Tower: One of the finest examples of Norman architecture, the White Tower is an enchanting building located in the heart of The Tower of London. 

St. John’s Chapel: St. John’s Chapel was largely built as a place of worship for William the Conqueror. Many former Kings and Queens worshipped at this beautiful chapel which represents the early Anglo-Norman royal ecclesiastical architecture. 

Line of Kings: Marvel at the spectacular tournament armory worn by Henry VIII and the gilded armor of Charles I. You will also find a plethora of intricate pieces crafted by common soldiers and noblemen. 

Guards at the Tower: Experience what the guards protecting the Tower of London and its Crown Jewels look like in person and get a first-hand experience of their discipline. 

Tower Green and Scaffold Site: Learn the horrific stories of how ten people were beheaded at the Tower Green. Three former Queens of England were also beheaded on or around the site, making it a sombre yet fascinating, landmark in British history. 

Visitor Tips

  • Use the Tower of London map to ensure you know where you are going and never lose your way during your visit. 
  • The map highlights all the toilets and baby-changing facilities at the Tower of London, ensuring all guests have smooth and convenient access to all essential amenities. 
  • Find the closest dining option from your location to refuel and take a break from all the walking during your visit to the Tower of London. 
  • The map also comes with markings indicating different areas of the Tower of London where photography is strictly prohibited. 
  • You can also use the map as a guide to find gift shops, the nearest bus stop, entrance, and exit locations to elevate your overall experience. 

Frequently asked questions about Tower of London maps

Is there a map available of the Tower of London?

Yes, the Tower of London map is available. You can download it from here.

Is it important to have a map of the Tower of London?

Carrying a Tower of London map is a good idea during your visit to the attraction as it accurately represents the layout and all the essential facilities in the area.

Where can I get a map of the Tower of London?

You can get a map of the Tower of London online or at the entrance.

What facilities as available at Tower of London?

Buggy parks, dining, shopping, accessible toilets, free Wi-Fi, shops, baby-changing facilities, and first aid assistance are some of the facilities available at the Tower of London.

Is the Tower of London wheelchair accessible?

Yes, most parts of the Tower of London are wheelchair accessible.

Where can I book my Tower of London tickets?

You can book your Tower of London tickets online or at the entrance.