Historic Royal Palaces
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Murdered or survived – what happened to Edward and his younger brother Richard?
A priceless collection used to crown the kings and queens of England
It is known as an infamous prison, but it wasn't built to be one
The Tower of London played an important role in the First and Second World Wars
The First World War centenary commemorations
Known as the ‘Nine Day Queen’, Lady Jane had the shortest reign in British history
Enrol in Knight School at the Tower of London in February half term 2020. Train to become a knight and defend the Tower from attack!
15 February - 23 February 2020
Tower of London
11:00 - 16:00
Included in palace admission (members go free)
Member-only access to the traditional locking up of the Tower of London, the Ceremony of the Keys.
23 February 2020
Free (advance booking required)
Dare you visit the Tower at night and take one of our Twilight Tours? Discover secrets of the Tower's history with after-hours access.
Selected Sundays in November 2019 to April 2020
Separate ticket (advance booking required)
Shoot arrows, assemble firearms and brandish a sword in this exciting, hands-on experience in the White Tower.
Be part of this ancient tradition, which has taken place every night for at least 700 years in the Ceremony of the Keys at the Tower of London.
Discover captivating stories of pain and passion, treachery and torture on the Yeoman Warder tours at the Tower of London.
Tours begin every 30 minutes
The Tower of London aims to be accessible to all - find out more about accessibility for those with mobility needs or visual impairments.
Visiting the Tower in a group? Group discounts and savings are available on our tickets for groups of 15+. Find out more and book online today.
Can't find the information you need? Browse our FAQs for details of military discount, lost property and more.
Find out how to get to the Tower of London by tube, bus, rail, boat, car or bicycle with our easy-to-follow directions.