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Tower of London Entrance Ticket Including Crown Jewels and Beefeater Tour

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Make your own way to the Tower of London on the banks of the Thames River. With your entrance ticket, Bypass the long lines at the main ticket office, and head through the group entrance and security into this imposing palace-fortress.

Built by William the Conqueror in 1066, the Tower has a dark 1,000-year history as a royal palace, prison and execution place, as well as a royal mint and armoury. Today, it still stores the British monarch’s Crown Jewels, just as it has done since 1303.

Once inside, explore independently or choose to take an optional audio-guided tour (own expense) or complimentary tour led by a Yeoman Warder or ‘Beefeater’, one of the ceremonial guards. The 1-hour Yeoman-led tours leave from inside the entrance every 30 minutes until the mid-afternoon, and offer a compelling insight into the tower’s history and sites.

See the brooding ravens as you walk around and be swept up by the grim but fascinating stories of the turrets, chambers and buildings around you. Visit the main, White Tower, to see its Royal Armouries exhibits, and enter the Bloody Tower, reputed to be where the ‘Princes in the Tower’ were murdered by an unknown hand in around 1483.

See Traitors’ Gate, through which the arrested Anne Boleyn was brought by boat from the Thames River. Then, walk to Tower Green where she was beheaded in 1536 on the orders of Henry VII, and where a string of monarchs and traitors also met a grisly end.

Step back to Tudor times at the Medieval Palace, where recreated medieval interiors detail comfortable lifestyles of Tudor monarchs such as Henry VIII, and stretch your legs with a Wall Walk, strolling along the massive encircling walls to discover more sites.

Lastly, don’t miss the Crown Jewels, the royal regalia and gems that symbolize the British monarchy. Join the separate queue to gaze at these sparkling exhibits, including St Edward’s Crown, used at coronations since 1661, and the legendary Koh-i-Noor diamond, the 105.6-carat diamond given to Queen Victoria in 1849.

Having explored as much as you wish, take your leave and make your own way back home or to your hotel.

Royal Palaces Pass Upgrade
Want to uncover more of London’s fascinating royal history? Then, upgrade to a Royal Palaces Pass that gives you a priority entrance ticket to the Tower of London together with admission to London’s Hampton Court Palace and gardens, and Kensington Palace, the former royal home of Queen Victoria and Princess Diana.

Your Royal Palaces Pass entitles you to one visit to each of the three attractions and is valid for two years, so you’ll have plenty of freedom to experience each site and discover its enthralling past at your leisure.

Highlights
  • All entrance fees included
  • Ideal choice for families
Customer Reviews
  • Barry L
    January 2018

    Great place to visit. Allow time to see it all. Also when you finish walk up the hill to All Hallows church. It has an interesting
    History and a crypt to explore.

  • Martin J
    January 2018

    A really enjoyable day with plenty to see

  • Shantel-Lynn B
    January 2018

    We loved everything about this tour! The guides were very fun, witty and filled with information. The Tower was on my 10 year old son's life list and he was thrilled:) Shantel from Vancouver Island Canada.

Product Details
Inclusions
  • Tower of London entrance ticket
  • Access to the Tower and Crown Jewels display
  • Yeoman Warder 'Beefeater' guided tour and talk
Exclusions
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Audio-guided tour (approx. £4)
Additional Info
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Please note: Once the lead passenger name has been added this cannot be changed. Please bring a form of identification that matches the Lead Traveller name on your ticket, with you on the day of your visit, as this may be checked before entry is allowed
Schedule and Pricing
Departure Point

The Tower of London is located at the eastern boundary of the City of London, adjacent to the River Thames and Tower Bridge.

Departure Time and Comments

By pre-purchasing your ticket online, you can bypass the long lines by using the "group ticket" counter. It's fast and simple. We recommend 3 hours for your visit. March 1 to October 31: Tuesday to Saturday 9:00am to 5:30pm Sunday and Monday 10:00am to 5:30pm Last admission at 5:00pm November 1 to February 28: Tuesday to Saturday 9:00am to 4:30pm Sunday and Monday 10:00am to 4:30pm Last admission at 4:00pm /

Duration

1 day

Return Details

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