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Tower of London Tickets with Crown Jewels & Beefeater Tour

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  • Go on a guided tour of the 1000-year-old Tower of London with the Yeoman Warders or Beefeaters to accompany you and regale you with stories about this renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site and the seat of British power
  • Explore all the public areas of the Tower of London, including the famed Crown Jewels exhibit, the Royal Armouries collection in the White Tower, battlements and more, all with free Wi-Fi access throughout
  • This tour has flexible hours, leaving you free to explore the Tower at your own pace. It should be noted, however, that it can become extremely busy and crowded during school holidays in the UK, particularly in October, and there might be delays and longer waiting times in queues
  • The last Yeoman Warders guided tour starts at 2:30 PM in winter and at 3:30 PM in the summer
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London Eye & Tower Of London Combo Tickets

Value For Money Highly Rated Best of London Print Tickets
  • Get glorious panoramic views of the British capital from the 450-feet tall London Eye, the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe.
  • This 30-minute experience equals one rotation of the London Eye, giving you ample time to admire iconic London attractions such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and St. Paul's Cathedral from the top.
  • Get an insight into the Tower of London like never before as you are accompanied by the Beefeaters or Yeoman Warders, who will regale you with stories about the famed Crown-Jewels exhibit, the Royal Armouries collection in the White Tower, battlements and more that are all housed here.
  • This experience cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.
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Tower of London VIP Early Access & Best of Royal London Tour

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  • Start your tour early in the morning at the celebrated Tower of London that allows you to visit the Tower before the crowd starts coming in.
  • Witness the Opening Ceremony by the Beefeaters and check out the Jewel House in all its glory.
  • Take a scenic boat ride up the Thames river and notice all the landmarks you pass by. Enjoy walking tour through the Horse Guards and watch the traditional Changing of the Guard Ceremony.
  • End your tour at the remarkable Buckingham Palace and take in the gorgeous sites. Plug in your headsets and make sure to retain important facts and stories about the Palace and its significance.
  • You may cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.
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St Paul's Cathedral & Tower of London Combo Tickets

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  • Visit the celebrated Tower of London, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site, and see the spectacular White Tower in all its glory. Head on to the Jewel House to see the precious crowned jewels and The Great Star of Africa, the Cullinan Diamond.
  • Choose to go on the guided tour with an established Yeoman Warder and find out details about the Tower you wouldn't guess yourself.
  • Make your way to St. Paul's Cathedral and gain access to the Whispering Gallery, the Dome, the Stone and Golden Galleries.
  • Make sure to book your tickets carefully because these tickets cannot be canceled, rescheduled, or refunded.
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Tower of London Ticket with 24 Hours Unlimited Thames Cruise

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  • This combo tour allows you to hop on and off at across four central piers on the Thames, topping off your cruise with a visit to the Tower of London, the renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site and the 1000-year-old seat of British power.
  • One of the stops during your sightseeing cruise is the Tower of London itself, located in a commanding position over the Thames, so you can hop off to pay the iconic monument a visit before hopping back on to your cruise.
  • Your Thames River Cruise gives you the flexibility to hop on and off at any of the piers, and since all the boats run at a 30-minute frequency, you can easily explore as many attractions that are situated by the Thames.
  • As you take in the city from your serene vantage point on your Thames cruise, tuck into some hot or cold drinks and some delectable snacks at the cafes onboard.
  • This experience cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.
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London Royal Palace Pass : 3 or 4 Palaces in 1 Pass

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  • The London Royal Palace Pass gives you excellent savings on both time and money with free, one-time access to the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House and Kensington Palace.
  • With the London Royal Palace Pass, you can visit either 3 or 4 of the palaces listed, depending on whether you choose the Central London Pass, the Three Palace Pass or the Four Palace Pass.
  • Your London Royal Pass is activated when you use it at the first attraction. It is then valid for the number of attractions mentioned on the pass of your choice. Each Palace can only be visited once.
  • With a validity of 2 years from the date of purchase, you can visit the palaces at your own time and pace.
  • You may cancel this pass for a full refund if unused. If, however, you visit a single palace with the pass, you cannot cancel it and will not get a refund.
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Tower of London & St Paul's Cathedral Guided Tour with Thames Cruise

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  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Tower of London and marvel at its glory with the help of a guided tour.
  • Discover Christopher Wren’s masterpiece, the magnificent St Paul’s Cathedral and receive a guided tour of this architectural gem that is a symbol of resilience for London
  • From the Tower of London, hop aboard a Thames River Cruise to Westminster Pier. You can take the cruise any day before 31 March 2020.
  • You may cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.
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Why Visit The Tower of London?

The Tower of London is a historic castle located on the banks of the River Thames in London. Featuring whitewashed stone walls, the Tower of London and the White Tower are awe-inspiring in its beauty and history. A still-standing witness to the glorious saga of the British Empire, the Tower of London beautifully narrates a story lesser known to many. 

One of the most visited attractions in the United Kingdom, the Tower has a complicated past spanning over 1000 years. It served as a prison, an execution site and eventually became a royal residence. There's a lot to uncover at the Tower of London, an attraction suitable for visitors of all ages. For adults, the Tower of London holds the allure of its significant history and many legends. Kids meanwhile can enjoy the beautiful open courtyards and corridors. And then, there are common adventures like witnessing the stunning Crown Jewels, meeting the Ravens and more.

Another highlight of the Tower of London is the Beefeaters, the ceremonial guards stationed at the palace. Originally responsible for guarding the prisoners kept at the Tower and safeguarding the Crown Jewels, they now function as tour guides. The guards live at the Tower and have many intriguing stories making this tour truly one-of-a-kind. Their British sense of humor adds to the delight! That there's a lot of history associated with the Tower of London is a given, and a tour gives you the unmissable opportunity to discover the ins and out of the Royal Family. 

Types Of Tower Of London Tickets

1. Tower of London VIP Early Access & Best of Royal London Tour

Given that the Tower of London is extremely popular, it's generally pretty crowded throughout the day. 

  • This VIP Early Access ticket gives you access to the Tower early in the morning before the crowds arrive.
  •  This Tower of London tour also includes the opening ceremony performed by the Beefeaters and the opportunity to view the Crown Jewels in their magnificent glory. 
  • These tickets also include an informative and fun tour of London that covers St. James Palace and Buckingham Palace. Prices start from £74.5 pool p

2. Tower of London Tickets with Crown Jewels & Beefeater Tour

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site at your own pace with this Beefeater guided tour.

  • Witness the magnificent Crown Jewels, a collection that includes over 23,000 precious gems and diamonds. 
  • You'll also get a chance to explore the Royal Armories collection in the White Tower. 
  • Finally, go on a tour of the Tower with Beefeaters, an ancient order of ceremonial guards. 

3. Tower of London & London Eye Combo Tickets:

Visit the tallest Ferris Wheel in Europe and enjoy panoramic views of London from the top of the London Eye. Next, experience the iconic Tower of London with a guided tour led by Beefeaters who will recount fascinating tales about the Crown Jewels exhibit, the Royal Armories collection and other attractions within the Tower. 

4. Tower of London & St. Paul's Cathedral Combo Tickets:

This combo ticket gives you access to the world-famous Tower of London, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the stunning White Tower and discover other parts of the palace with a guided tour conducted by the iconic Yeoman Warders. Also included in the ticket is access to St. Paul's Cathedral where you can explore different sections of the  St. Paul's Cathedral, including the Dome, the Golden Gallery, the Whispering Gallery and more.

Deconstructing a Tower Of London Tour 

The best way to explore the Tower of London is by opting for a  Tower of London with Crown Jewels & Beefeater Tour. This tour includes a stop at all the important places in the Tower, including the Crown Jewels, the Royal Armories collection and more. The biggest highlight, however, is that the tour is guided by the ceremonial guards of the Tower; the Beefeaters, also known as the  Yeoman Warders.

You get to begin your Tower of London tour by making a choice. You can either explore the tower independently at your own pace for as long as you want or you can join a guided tour led by the Yeoman Warders. 

We would recommend the latter since the experience of following the ancient ceremonial guards as they share interesting insights and facts about the tower is hard to match up to. The fact that you don't have to pay extra for the guided tour makes it an even better deal! Another reason why you should opt for the guided tour is that you get access to the tower's church, St. Peter ad Vincula, which is otherwise not accessible if you choose to explore the tower independently.

Your tour will include a stop at the iconic White Tower that displays the Royal Armories collection. After this, you'll hear about the legend of the ravens, witness the execution block and ax, and learn a lot more about the castle's inhabitants. 

Another highlight of the Tower of London tour is the legendary Crown Jewels. A glorious display of the wealth and opulence of the British Crown, this exhibit is not to be missed! There are other exhibitions like the Line of Kings and Coins & Kings you should not miss.

FAQS

Q. Do Tower of London tickets sell out easily?

A. While the Tower of London is a popular tourist attraction, tickets don’t generally sell out. Keep the closing times in mind when planning your trip though.

Q. What's included in the Tower of London ticket?

A. The Tower of London admission ticket includes access to all the exhibitions (including the Crown Jewels), the Yeoman Warder tours, White Tower, the ravens and more.

Q. Should I buy Tower of London tickets in advance?

A. While the Tower of London tickets will be available even on the day of your visit, you’ll have to get in line to get them. Buying tickets online is a better option.

Q. Is the Tower of London included in the London Pass?

A. Yes, the Tower of London is included in the London Explorer Pass and London Royal Palace Pass as well.

Q. How long should I spend at the Tower of London?

A. If you wish to explore everything there’s to the Tower of London, you need to spend around four hours in total.

Q. How long are the Tower of London queues? 

A. Depending on when you visit, wait times can vary from 30 minutes to over two hours. The latter is only for weekends and public holidays when even locals step out.

Q. Are the crown jewels in the Tower of London real?

A. Yes, the Crown Jewels stored in the Tower of London are all real and kept under armed guard at all times.

Q. When was the Tower of London built?

A. The Tower of London was built in 1066.

Q. Is it free to go to the Tower of London?

A. No, entry to the Tower of London is not free unless you have the London Explorer Pass or the London Royal Palace Pass.