Tower of London

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  • The Tower of London

    Jonathan Perugia / Time Out

    The Tower of London
  • A beefeater

    Jonathan Perugia / Time Out

    A beefeater
  • The towers

    Tove K Breitstein / Time Out

    The towers
  • Entrance

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The Tower of London

Jonathan Perugia / Time Out

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Tower of London Tower Hill
    EC3N 4AB

  • Venue phone:

    0844 482 7777

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  • Opening hours:

    10am-5.30pm Mon, Sun; 9am-5.30pm Tue-Sat. Last admission 5pm

  • Transport:

    Tube: Tower Hill

  • Price:

    £21.45; £10.75 under-16s; £18.15 concs; £57.20 family (2 adults + 3 children)

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Claire Redfer

A Fantastic day out! Well worth having the guided tour with a Beefeater, you learn so much more than simply wandering about just looking. Crown jewels a must too!


This is easily one of the most popular attractions in London. My best photo of the Tower was taken from a boat cruise on the river Thames and there was a wedding taking place at the same time. Before visiting the Tower you need to practice being calm and patient as there are slow moving queues. If you need something to amuse yourself while waiting, you could check out the Party Ideas Incubator on YouTube from your smartphone.

klara cort

I think it was a great day out but the crowd is sometimes suffocating and there's huge queues everywhere....obviously it's plenty to see but should have choosen a cold rainy day :)


If you can handle the queues and crowds, it is well worth a visit.


Excellent museum. The kids especially enjoyed the yeomen's tour. Food and drink is reasonable too.


It was really crowded at the end of July, but very interesting for me and my 11-year-old daughter. History alive! Also the shops were good and there were enough toilets (which is important when travelling with a child).