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Tower of London

Enjoy the spectacular display of the Crown Jewels, revealing these priceless treasures like never before.

The Crown Jewels, part of the Royal Collection and still regularly used by The Queen, include some of the most extraordinary diamonds in the world.

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email with a voucher. Please print this voucher and bring it with you to the palace entrance.

Performance Times

The Tower of London is open daily except between 24-26 December and on 1 January.

Winter (01 November - 28 February)

Tuesday-Saturday: 9.00-16.30

Sunday-Monday: 10.00-16.30

Last admission: 16.00


Summer (01 March - 31 October)

Tuesday-Saturday: 9.00-17.30

Sunday-Monday: 10.00-17.30

Last admission: 17.00

Where Do I Go

London EC3N 4AB

By London Underground - Nearest station: Tower Hill

Directions: Use District or Circle lines to Tower Hill station. Follow direction signs to the Tower. The main entrance is a 5 minute walk from the station. 

Entry for all visitors is via the Middle Tower, main entrance, whilst exit will be via the Middle Drawbridge, the former group entrance.  

By train - Nearest stations: Fenchurch Street or London Bridge

Follow direction signs from either station. Fenchurch Street is approx a 5 minute walk to the Tower, London Bridge 15 minutes.

By bicycle - Cycle Racks are located on the Wharf opposite the Perkin Reveller restaurant.

There are three cycle stands at the Tower which are located next to the main shop.

There are a number of cycle routes throughout the area. For further information please visit the Transport for London website. Cycles can be hired for use across London - TFL information on cycle hire.

Please do not ride your bike in the pedestrianised areas.

Please do not attach bicycles to railings along the Wharf. These will be removed. Cycling is not permitted on the pedestrian areas of the Wharf and Tower Hill.

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