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Tower of London Tickets

Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066, the Tower of London has been an important symbol of the British monarchy for almost 1,000 years.

Over the years, the Tower of London has been used as an armoury, the treasury and the home of the Royal Mint. You probably know it as the place where the Crown Jewels are kept and, most infamously, as a prison. The phrase ‘being sent to the Tower’ became notorious in London when the building became a prison in 1100. 

When visiting the Tower of London, you and your family will step inside some of Britain’s best-known history, taking in the iconic Beefeaters, those famous ravens and the White Tower. You can also marvel at the Tower’s fascinating exhibition, which showcases more than 500 years of royal armour. 

Sound like an adventure not to be missed? Then don’t delay! Book your Tower of London tickets below. 

We have found 10 ticket options for you!


Why visit the Tower of London?

The Tower of London has been an essential part of British royal history for almost 1,000 years and is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the Tower, you can admire the breathtaking Crown Jewels, stand on the execution site of three British queens and listen to mesmerising myths and legends that have surrounded the Tower for centuries.

During your visit to the Tower of London, you will meet the brilliant Yeoman Warders, or 'Beefeaters', dressed as they would be in the Tudor age. You will also get to hear the famous legend of the ravens and chilling tales from the Tower's deep past. You’ll see the infamous Bloody Tower, where Princes Edward V and Richard Duke of York are rumoured to have been murdered; Beauchamp Tower, where you can read the original carved inscriptions of past prisoners; and Traitors’ Gate, where those unfortunate enough not to survive imprisonment were beheaded.

Discount Tickets for the Tower of London

Here at 365Tickets, we sell Tower of London tickets at a lower rate than the walk up price. Our tickets give you access to all the towers and attractions, as well as the unique gift shops, the historic New Armouries restaurant, the Ravens Cafe and the Wharf kiosk. Your ticket also includes entry to the Jewel House.

Included in your Tower of London ticket - Your discounted ticket will include access to the following:

• Fit for a King Exhibition
• The White Tower
• The Crown Jewels
• The Yeoman Warder tours
• The Royal Beasts
• The Prisoners Exhibition
• The Ravens
• The Tower Green
• The Medieval Palace

…and much, much more!

Please Note:
- This attraction does not accept tickets on a mobile device to gain entry

- Groups of 10 children or above must be accompanied by an adult

- Tickets purchased in advance are valid for seven days from the date selected

Defend the Tower - Until 27 April

England's greatest medieval fortress, the Tower of London, is under attack from all sides. Enjoy live performances and help our heroic guards defend the mighty castle against its most dangerous enemies from 200 years of medieval conflict.

Why not combine your visit to the Tower of London with other famous attractions and activities in London, such as London EyeBuckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey.


One of the most famous buildings in the world, the Tower of London was constructed in the 11th century - almost a 1,000 years ago and has been witness to countless significant events in the development of Britain's now democratic monarchy.

During your tour of the Tower of London you will meet the magnificent Yeoman Warders or 'Beefeaters', clad as they were in Tudor times, hear the legend of the ravens and spine chilling tales from the Tower's long history. See the infamous Bloody Tower where the Princes were murdered, Beauchamp Tower where visitors can read carved inscriptions of past prisoners and Traitors Gate where those unlucky enough not to survive imprisonment had their heads impaled - and much more.

We sell at less than the gate price, which gives you access to all the Towers and Attractions, as well as the unique Gift Shops, the historic New Armouries Restaurant, Tower Cafe and Kiosk. Your Tower ticket also includes entry to the Crown Jewels.

Things to do and See at the Tower of London:

Line of Kings Exhibition

For over 300 years visitors to the Tower of London have marvelled at displays featuring arms and royal armour, life-sized wooden horses and figures of kings.

The White Tower

The White Tower is one of the most famous castle keeps in the world. It was built, to awe, subdue and terrify Londoners and to deter foreign invaders. It’s an iconic symbol of London and Britain.

The Crown Jewels

The Jewel house at the Tower of London houses the world famous Crown Jewels. 23,578 precious stones and gems make up the Crown Jewels and include the world’s most famous diamond ‘ The Great Star of Africa’.

The Yeoman Warder tours

The Yeoman Warders, also known as beefeaters, are the public face of the Tower of London. As well as guarding the Tower and Crown Jewels they also provide tours for visitor where they regale you with tales from the Tower.

The Royal Beasts

The last thing you’d expect to see at the Tower of London would be Lions, Tigers, Elephants and Polar Bears, but for over 600 years the Royal Menagerie played host to these and many more. Discover their extraordinary stories and what life was like for them at the tower.

The Ravens

‘The kingdom and the Tower will fall if the six ravens ever leave the Tower of London’, well according to legend anyway. Whether this is true or not the ravens have become on of the Tower’s most famous sites, just make sure you see at least 6 when you visit!

The Tower Green

Believe it or not being executed inside the Tower of London was considered a privilege for those of high rank. The Tower Green contains a permanent memorial for those ‘lucky’ enough to be executed there.

The Medieval Palace

Being the oldest part of the Tower of London, the Medieval Palace contains amazing interiors that you won’t see anywhere else. here you can experience what life might have been like in a luxurious medieval household.

Coins and kings; the Royal Mint at the Tower

An exhibit devoted to telling the history of the Mint located at the Tower for over 500 years. Learn of Isaac Newton's efforts to rid London of counterfeiters when he was Warden of the Mint, Edward I's harsh punishments for people who tampered with his coins, Elizabeth I's restoration of the coinage following her father Henry VIII’s disastrous meddling, and Charles II's rejection of Commonwealth money.



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Constructed nearly 1,000 years ago in the 11th century, the Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous buildings.

Things to see and do at the Tower of London

There’s so much to do and see at the Tower of London, making it a fantastic day out for all the family! Here are some of our favourite things to explore at this magnificent attraction:

Line of Kings Exhibition

For more than 300 years, visitors to the Tower of London have been amazed by stunning displays featuring arms and royal armour, life-sized wooden horses and figures of kings at this fascinating exhibition.

The White Tower

The White Tower is one of the world’s most famous castle keeps and is an iconic symbol of Britain. It was built to awe, subdue and frighten Londoners, and to prevent invaders.

The Crown Jewels

The Jewel House at the Tower of London is home to the world-famous Crown Jewels, which are made up of 23,578 precious stones and gems. The Jewels include the world’s most famous diamond: ‘The Great Star of Africa’.

The Yeoman Warder tours

The Yeoman Warders, more popularly known as the Beefeaters, are the public face of the Tower of London. As well as guarding the Tower and Crown Jewels, they deliver tours for visitors and tell magnificent tales of the Tower from across the ages.

The Royal Beasts

You might not expect to see lions, tigers, polar bears and elephants during your visit to the Tower of London, but the Royal Menagerie was home to a variety of exotic animals like these for more than 600 years! Relive their extraordinary stories and discover what their life was like at the Tower.

The Ravens

According to legend, ‘the kingdom and the Tower will fall if the six ravens ever leave the Tower of London’. Whether this is true or not, the ravens have become one of the Tower’s most famous features. Just make sure you spot at least six during your trip!

The Tower Green

Believe it or not, being executed inside the Tower of London was considered a privilege for high-ranking individuals. Tower Green contains a permanent memorial for those who were executed there.

The Medieval Palace

As the oldest part of the Tower of London, the Medieval Palace has remarkable interiors that you won’t see anywhere else. Here, you can experience what life might have been like in a luxurious medieval household all those years ago.

Coins and Kings: The Royal Mint at the Tower

This exhibit is devoted to telling the history of the Mint, which has been located at the Tower for more than 500 years. Learn all about Isaac Newton's efforts to rid London of counterfeiters when he was Warden of the Mint, be surprised by Edward I's severe punishments for those who interfered with his coins, find out about Elizabeth I's restoration of the coinage in the wake her father Henry VIII’s calamitous meddling, and hear about Charles II's rejection of Commonwealth money.

How long is the Tower of London tour?

Tours at The Tower of London take place every half hour. The first tour begins at 10am Tuesday to Saturday, and 10:30am on Sunday and Monday. The last tour of the day begins at 3:30pm in the summer and 2:30pm in the winter.

How to get to the Tower of London

The Tower of London is easily accessed via public transport, with the nearest Tube stations being Tower Hill (2 minutes away), Aldgate (8 minutes away) and Monument (nine minutes away). The Tower is just 4 minutes away from Fenchurch Street Railway Station and 12 minutes away from Cannon Street Railway Station.

Buses run regularly to stops close to the Tower. You can reach the Tower of London by travelling on the following bus numbers: 15, 42, 78, 100 and RV1.

If you’re travelling to the Tower of London by car, you can leave it at Lower Thames Street Car Park, which is only a 2-minute walk from the Tower.