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Travel information for your visit to the Tower of London

Travel information for your visit to the Tower of London

Updated 2 July. Following government guidance, the Tower of London will be re-opening from 10 July. Please read our visit information

Plan Your Journey

Tower of London

Please visit the TfL website for up to date travel information to ensure a smooth journey to the Tower of London. 

Transport for London - journey planner

Travel disruption

Where possible, we aim to give notice of local events that may disrupt your travel to the Tower of London. These notices will be posted here where relevant.

Public transport

London Underground and trains

Tower Hill station (5 minute walk) – served by the District and Circle lines

Tower Hill station has step-free access to street level.

Nearby stations (10 – 15 minute walk) – Aldgate, Aldgate East, Tower Gateway, Monument, Bank, London Bridge, Fenchurch Street


Routes 15, 42, 78, 100, and RV1 stop nearby the Tower of London.

All major sightseeing bus tours in London pass by the Tower of London.


Tower Pier – served by riverboats travelling from Westminster and North Greenwich Pier.

Plan your journey via riverboat

Other transport options

Coach drop-off and collection

Coach parking is available at nearby car parks.

Tower Hill Coach and Car Park offers a coach drop-off facility free of charge if the stay is under 15 minutes.


Tower Hill is a vehicle free zone and there is no on-site parking facility. Parking in the surrounding area is limited as the Tower is in the Congestion Charging Zone.

Nearby car parks

Tower Hill Coach and Car Park (2 minute walk) – 50 Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6DT

Minories car park (10 minute walk) – 1 Shorter Street, London, E1 8LP 

Accessible parking

Tower Hill Coach and Car Park is fully accessible with allocated bays for Blue Badge holders.

An interactive map, produced by the City of London, shows Blue Badge parking bays in the local area.

Please check our Accessibility page for more information.


Bicycle racks can be found at:

  • Sargeant’s Mess restaurant (on the Wharf)
  • Behind the Tower of London shop

An East-West Cycle Superhighway passes Tower Hill tube station.

Cycling is not permitted in the pedestrianised areas of the Wharf and Tower Hill. Bicycles attached to railings in the Wharf may be removed without notice.

A Yeoman Warder gives a tour to a group of visitors outside the chapel of St Peter Ad Vincula at the Tower of London

Discover captivating stories of pain and passion, treachery and torture with our Yeoman Warders at the Tower of London.

From 10 July

Tower of London

Included in palace admission (members go free)

A visitor uses the audio guide outside the Jewel House at the Tower of London.
Tours and talks

Explore deeper with the Tower of London audio guide tour. Discover extra information about the Tower's history, plan your day and find out more about our cafés and shops.


Tower of London

Separate ticket

Visitors at the Tower of London

Your adventure awaits! Explore the Tower of London together with one of our activity trails or try a digital mission.


Tower of London

Included in palace admission (members go free)

Raven soft toys

Raven Gifts

Legend has it that if the six ravens ever leave the Tower of London, the Tower and the kingdom will fall. These products have been inspired by the Ravens that live at the Tower of London.

From £7.99

Beefeater teddy bear - teddy bear dressed in the red uniform of the Tower of London Yeoman.

Beefeater teddy bear

This 'Beefeater' bear is splendidly dressed in a Yeoman Warder uniform, standing ready to guard the Tower of London.


Terrible Tales from the Tower of London

Terrible Tales from the Tower of London

The ravens of the Tower of London bring its fascinating history to life, telling tales of gore, guts and great escapes.