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E-Tickets for Tower of London

These are e-tickets to visit the Tower of London, a site of political scheming, bloody beheadings, and the home of the Crown Jewels, the Tower of London is a terrific place to spend a fascinating – and slightly eerie – day.

There’s plenty to explore here at the Tower of London. It’s been, at various times, the royal residence, mint, menagerie, armory, observatory and as the holding place for the Crown Jewels – a function it still serves.

The White Tower holds, among much else, Henry VIII’s XXXL suit of armor in the Royal Armories collection. St John’s Chapel, on the first floor, dates back to 1080, making it the oldest church in London!

The best way to get oriented is to take a tour with one of the Yeoman Warders. These men and women (popularly known as ‘Beefeaters’) have been guarding the tower for hundreds of years. Their 60-minute tours leave every half hour from the main entrance.

 

DETAILS

HIGHLIGHTS
  • See the real Crown Jewels protected within the Tower’s fortifications
  • Take a free guided tour with a Yeoman Warder (Beefeater). These 60-minute tours show you many of the highlights
  • The White Tower (which gives the Tower of London its name) contains the Royal Armory and its fascinating collection of armor and weaponry
TICKET FEATURES
  • E-ticket accepted. No need to print.
OPENING TIMES
  • 1 November – 29 February: Tue – Sat, 09:00 – 16:30 (last admission at 16:00); Sun – Mon, 10:00 – 16:30 (last admission at 16:00)
  • 1 March – 31 October: Tue – Sat, 09:00 – 17:30 (last admission 17:00); Sun – Mon, 10:00 – 17:30 (last admission at 17:00)
INCLUDED
Admission to the Tower of London
NOT INCLUDED
Hotel pick-up/drop-off

Lunch, beverages

Guide

Other services not specified

INSTRUCTIONS
  • You will receive confirmation and tickets in your e-mail 
  • Show your smartphone ticket at the main entrance gate
  • During the summer months you might find long queues to enter the Tower of London. Plan for a visit early in the morning when it’s quieter.
  • Smoking, eating, and drinking are prohibited within all buildings, except designated refreshment areas
  • The use of photographic and recording equipment or mobile phones is prohibited within all buildings (unless otherwise advertised)
  • Dogs aren’t allowed in (except guide dogs)
  • During the summer months you might find long queues to enter the Tower of London. Plan for a visit early in the morning when it’s quieter.

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