Tower of London

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Tower of London
Tower of London
Tower of London

What you'll do

Take a look at the magnificent Crown Jewels and see the Tower’s world-famous guards: the Beefeaters.

Visit the Tower of London with Go City®

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Explore the Tower of London grounds and meet the ravens.
  • Hear the tales of this historic fortress from the Beefeaters.
  • See His Majesty’s Royal Regalia and Crown Jewels.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so make sure to check them out!

Pass Perks: 

  • 10% discount in the on-site retail outlet (restrictions apply). 
  • 10% discount in all on-site catering outlets (discount excludes alcohol). 

As one of London’s most famous sights, this imposing fortress sits proudly on the banks of the Thames in the historic heart of the city.

This striking UNESCO World Heritage Site was built under the instruction of William the Conqueror in the 1070s to demonstrate the power of the Normans following a successful battle on English shores. 

Since its time as an imposing fortress,  the Tower has served as a palace, an armory, a prison, and even a zoo! These days, however, it's the brilliant Yeoman Warders, or Beefeaters as they are known, that people come to see, as they give fascinating tours of the grounds all the while safeguarding the sensational British Crown Jewels.

Did you know?

Anne Boleyn, one of Henry VIII's many wives, was sentenced to death right here. Arrested for adultery and plotting against the King's life, Anne was taken by barge through the famous Traitor's Gate. Despite protesting her innocence, her head was parted from her body in quite the gruesome fashion that was very in vogue in the 1500s. Anne Boleyn, along with many other high-profile individuals like Lady Jane Grey, met a grisly fate right here, and it's said that some still haunt the execution grounds to this day...

Tower of London Highlights

Crown Jewels - a stunning 142-item collection of ceremonial jewel-encrusted objects that serve among the royal regalia during the coronation of British Monarchs. The collection includes swords, orbs, scepters, rings, amulets, and of course the almighty St. Edward’s Crown.

Yeoman Warders - officially the Yeomen Warders of His Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress the Tower of London, and Members of the Sovereign's Body Guard of the Yeoman Guard Extraordinary - but since that is quite a mouthful, they are known more commonly as the Beefeaters. These retired servicemen now protect the Crown Jewels and lead tours of the Tower of London.

The Ravens - these six ‘guardians of the Tower’ are looked after by a designated Ravenmaster and are kept here as legend has it that ‘the kingdom will fall if the ravens ever leave the Tower…’

Experience Tower of London and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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Know before you go

Getting in: enter via Middle Tower (opposite the Tower shop). Join the 'bought tickets' line and have your pass ready to be scanned by a member of staff. Once validated, you will pass through security/bag check before being admitted through Middle Tower.

Please note

  • Pass customers do not need to book Tower of London tickets in advance but please be aware that at busy times, you may be asked to wait for the next available time slot.
  • You may need to wait in line to pass through security checks.
  • Yeoman Warder tours are included with your pass and depart every 30 minutes. Tours last approximately 60 minutes and start near the main entrance. 

For more information, visit the Tower of London website.


Where you'll be

Operating hours

25 May to 15 July & 8 September to 26 October

Sunday to Monday: 10AM to 5.30PM (last admission 3.30PM)

Tuesday to Saturday: 9AM to 5.30PM (last admission 3.30PM)

16 July to 7 September

Daily: 9AM to 5.30PM (last admission 3.30PM)

27 October to 3 November

Daily: 9AM to 4.30PM (last admission 3PM)

  • note to Content, last admission is only 1 hour 30 minutes before closing in the winter, so 3PM is correct

4 November to 31 December

Sunday to Monday: 10AM to 4.30PM (last admission 3PM)

Tuesday to Saturday: 9AM to 4.30PM (last admission 3PM)


Closings & holidays

24 to 26 December

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