What is the cost to get into the Tower of London?
Tower of London ticket prices from 01 March 2022
|Ticket type||No donation|
|Adult age 18-64||£29.90|
|Child (age 5-15) Children aged 5-15 must be accompanied by an adult.||£14.90|
|Concession Age 65+ or 16-17, full-time student, disabled visitor||£24.00|
|Family saver 1 1 adult & up to 2 children (aged 5-15)||£52.20|
Is the Tower of London open to visitors now?
21 February to 28 February 2022
Mondays and Sundays: 10.00-16.30. Last admission: 15.30 (15.00 -15.30 timeslot).
Can you visit the Tower of London for free?
There is an admission charge and often a long queue to visit the Tower. But you can see parts of it for free at night by getting tickets in advance to the ancient Ceremony of the Keys. You can visit the Tower of London on the city walk, bridges walk and self guided bus tour.
Do you have to queue for the Tower of London?
Many times, the queues at tourist attractions are for security rather than tickets. Pre-purchasing tickets does not allow you to skip security queues. The general consensus is that in London, ticket queues are generally short enough not to matter much. For Tower of London there is no need to purchase in advance.
How long do you spend in Tower of London?
Most people who choose to visit the Tower of London will spend at least 15-30 minutes in line waiting to see the Crown Jewels. Plan on setting aside at least 45-60 minutes for the entire experience. Many visitors recommend setting aside at least 3 hours to see the entirety of the Tower of London.
Can you tour the Tower of London?
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Can you stay at the Tower of London?
You can stay for one night, or extend your mini break to two nights, leaving you ample time to discover the restaurants, cafes, museums, shops and other attractions and hangouts London has to offer, all from easy reach from your central location.
How long does it take to walk around the Tower of London?
The inside areas of the Tower of London contain tons of walkways, as well as various buildings and exhibits that you can tour. To explore everything at a leisurely pace give yourself at least four hours. However if you’re strapped for time, you can get still get an overview of the Tower of London in about two hours.
Is the Tower of London still used?
The Tower today
The Tower of London is still one the world’s leading tourist attractions and a world heritage site, attracting visitors from all over the world. And when the gates are locked and all the visitors have gone, the Tower embraces a thriving community within its walls.
Can you take your own food into the Tower of London?
Inside the buildings
To help protect our palace, food and drink is not allowed within the confines of any of the buildings except in designated areas.
Can you take bags into the Tower of London?
Left luggage and cloakrooms
For security reasons, we are not able to offer left luggage facilities at the Tower of London and no large bags will be permitted.
Does Tower of London do NHS discount?
As thank you from everyone at TOWER, we’ve teamed up with Blue Light Card to give all the incredible people in our NHS, Emergency Services, and Armed forces 12% off full priced products on our website. T&Cs: This discount entitles you to 12% off online on full priced products with a valid Blue Light membership.
Are there ghosts at the Tower of London?
Treason, murder and execution, the stone walls of the Tower of London have seen it all. Little wonder then, that it is one of the most haunted places in all of Great Britain. Need to hear more? Here are the 13 ghosts of the Tower of London, in all their gory glory.
Is Tower of London Open in February?
Winter (06 September – 28 February)
Daily: Mondays and Sundays: 10.00-16.30. Last admission: 15.30 (15.00 -15.30 timeslot). Tuesday – Saturday: 09.00-16.30.