Tower of London

Price Range

12.5 - 27.50




The Tower of London is considered to be the oldest tower in the whole world. This tower is located on the banks of the River Thames, towards the north of London. In the 11th century, this tower was built as a fort by the British capital to protect London.

The Tower of London was formerly known as the White Tower. Its construction started in 108 and was completed in the reign of King William II in 1100. The height of the tower is comprised of 89 feet. 700 years ago, there used to be a family of Yeoman Warders in this tower.

Why it is famous?

There are 911 World Heritage sites all over the world; this includes the Tower of London. It is considered as one of the popular attractions due to the tower having many jewels of the Taj. This tower of London is considered famous due to such crown jewels.

During the Second World War, the building of the tower and the ground near it was completely damaged. The royal zoo was built in this tower of London for more than 1200 decades to see. When you come here today, you will see the Crown Jewels open, which attracts more tourism.



  • Sunday : 10:00 am to 06:00 pm
  • Sunday : 10:00 am to 06:00 pm
  • Sunday : 10:00 am to 06:00 pm
  • Sunday : 10:00 am to 06:00 pm
  • Sunday : 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.


How to Reach

  • By Car : You will have to come to Lower Thames Street after getting a car outside the airport because this place is the nearest car stand of the Tower of London. Then after walking in 2 minutes from that stand you will reach the tower.
  • By Bus : To get from the bus to the tower, you will have to cross 15, 42, 78, 100, RV1 bus of this number. You will find this bus available outside the airport.
  • By River : From the airport to the tower, you can go through the middle of the boat. For this, you have to come to the tower pier. Tower Pier is very close to the Tower of London.
  • By Underground : You will come to Tower Hill to go from the airport to the Tower of London via the underground. After walking 2 km from Tower Hill, you will come to the Tower of London.


Ticket Pricing

  • Entry fees-Adult : £25.00 For Locals, £27.50 For Foreigners
  • Entry fees-Children : £12.50 For Locals, £13.75 For Foreigners

Tourist attraction: -

The Jewel House: - The Jewel House inside the tower was built in the year of 1949. St. Edward's Crown is a unique gold stall in the Jewel House. It is made from pure gold and incorporated. This Jewel is still used by the sovereignty of the British crowns.

The Medieval Palace: - In England, the King and Queen Use quarters are included inside this tower. The Medieval Palace was built by Henry or his son Edward in the Tower of London. This place is considered famous for it. It was founded in the 13th century.

The Royal Mint: - In the Royal Mint, more focus is given on display of Kings and Coins. You will be able to see different types of coins on it, which you will never see. The Royal Mint used to make coins for the United Kingdom at the break of the official precincts.

The Bloody Tower: - It was known as the Bloody Tower because they kept the secrets of the Bloody Tower in some darkness and here some dirty work was done in the country. This place was included in the tower of London in this year of 1483. Due to the darkness inside it, you may feel scared.

The Other Towers: - Apart from many towers, this tower is completely different because here you will be able to see a small grass field. It was built in the year 1304. Mainly on top of this, you will be able to see the elephant coat painted in stone.


Tower of London, London, UK

Rating & Reviews

Based on 73027 reviews
Very Good
Terisa Maddison
Terisa Maddison
08/23/2020 19:38
Well maintained. Visited during pandemic so some areas closed but still worthwhile. Lovely to see it a bit quieter and without the usual crowds.
Cathy Black
Cathy Black
08/24/2020 21:06
This is a great historical building made even better by the fact that at the moment it's not too busy. All but the torture room and the cafe was open. There are hand sanitisers around and masks must be worn inside. The yeomen were happy to talk to people and the ravens were around too. It is an enjoyable 20minute walk from London Bridge station but it is also possible to reach it from other stations.
Trev Nunes
Trev Nunes
08/25/2020 21:11
Fantastic visit. My first trip as a Londoner of over 40 years! The lure of a less crowded environment tipped the balance and the family and I went. Worth getting a year membership in order to visit the other palaces and Royal Gardens around London. Really informative beefeaters and well kept towers.
Natasha Gjorevska
Natasha Gjorevska
08/02/2020 00:57
I have booked a slot as soon as they reopened and it was very enjoyable as there were no queues, no overcrowded spots. Everything is organized so it goes in one direction. Some parts that would normally be open were closed for safety reasons but they are working on reopening them soon. Nevertheless, what is worth seeing is accessible. Loved it! Great experience, almost surreal to be there with just few people around.
Fay Hamilton
Fay Hamilton
08/25/2020 03:37
Educational day out for my nephew (and us adults too)! The actors put on brilliant displays and their costumes were great! Loved seeing the crown jewels.. Shame we couldn't get any pictures of those!

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William ordered the construction of the tower and the newly established rule over the citizen of London. Any attack by water influenced the military to deal with it.
Even today, the house of Crown Jewels is present here, which many tourists visit in the Tower of London to see. It is considered as the Grand Place in the Tower of London.
Pre-booking is not available to enter the Tower of London. But you can book the ticket in advance and enter the tower. It is not allowed to enter the tower without a ticket.
The Tower of London is remaining closed Monday and Tuesday. The visiting hours are from 10:00 am to 06:00 pm on from Wednesday to Sunday.
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