London: Tower of London and Crown Jewels Exhibition Ticket

London: Tower of London and Crown Jewels Exhibition Ticket

From $40.41 per person

Absorb over 1000 years of history at the Tower of London, see the Crown Jewels, gather fascinating insights from the Yeoman Warders, the guardians of the Tower, and spot the ravens.

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Experience

Highlights
  • Roam the grounds and enter inside the Tower of London, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Peruse the dazzling Crown Jewels of the British Monarchy
  • Keep your eyes peeled for one of the on-site ravens
Full description
Take a tour of the timeless Tower of London – part of British history since the 11th century. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was built in 1086 by William the Conqueror.  Discover London’s castle – a secure fortress, royal palace, and infamous prison. Spot the ravens that live on the premises and find out why they are known as the guardians of the Tower. Stroll across Tower Green to see where many executions took place, including those of 2 of Henry VIII's wives. You will also have access to the inside of the tower. Prepare to be dazzled by the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom. These priceless symbols of the British Monarchy compose the greatest working collection of crown jewels in the world. Pore over the 23,578 gems, including the glistening Imperial State Crown - this piece alone has 2,868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds, and 5 rubies. Gain valuable insights into the Towers History from some of its most famous residents, The Yeoman Body. Whilst Tours may be currently unavailable, the Yeoman Warders will be on hand to provide fascinating stories of the Tower through the ages.
Includes
  • Access to the Tower of London
  • Admission to the exhibitions, including the Crown Jewels
  • Children's activity trails
  • Printed maps are available at the Tower ticket desk and entrance points
  • Unlimited free Wifi access whilst you are visiting
    Covid-19 precautions

    Customers must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
    Traveler requirements
    • Customers are required to bring and wear masks

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    • Children under 5 years old go free of charge
    • Hand sanitizers are placed around the attraction for visitor use
    • A one-way route will be in place with clear signage throughout
    • All visitors aged 11+ are required to wear face coverings in indoor spaces unless exempt
    • Opening times: 19-28 May Wednesday-Sunday 10 AM-6 PM, 29 May - 6 June daily 9 AM-6 PM, 7-27 June Wednesday-Sunday 10 AM-6 PM, 30 June - 31 December daily 9 AM - 6 PM. Please note that opening times may change due to changing government guidelines
    • If you choose to make a donation to conserve the Tower of London, this donation will be gifted in its entirety to Historic Royal Palaces, the charity that looks after the Tower of London, for the purposes of maintaining and presenting the Tower. Get Your Guide receives no fee or commission for any donation made. Historic Royal Palaces is registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales (No. 1068852)
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.5 / 5

    based on 5480 reviews

    Review summary

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    • Service
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    • Organization
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    Lots to see but you need to get there early as 3 hours was nowhere near enough for us to see everything. Take the guided tour with a beefeater as they are most informative and funny too. Lots of history, the incredible Crown Jewels and wonderful gory stories !! Worth while knowing you need to show your phone at the ticket office so they can scan and hand over tickets. Queuing and then being told to turn around and queue again is not funny.

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    27 February 2020

    The Tower of London is of course a very famous and important historical landmark in London. It was well kept, clean, and generally organized it is. The people working there were friendly. It was interesting to see the guardsmen on the grounds doing their formations. The only thing that I did not like was the poor ravens in cages with no roofs in the wind and rain. Kids were trying to poke objects in their cages. These are modern times. There should be no caged animals at tourist sites like The Tower of London. Sad.

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    25 February 2020

    We booked this knowing it was going to be a very wet, rainy day, and hoped we would be able to make the best of a wet day.... unfortunately we spent a lot of time outdoors going from tower to tower, queuing to get in the next small room. It’s a great place to see but maybe not as a ‘Safe rainy day Activity‘. Amazing grounds, and lots of rooms full of fascinating things to see and learn. If we ever went back to London We would probably go back on a nicer day to enjoy the route around and grounds some more.

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    24 February 2020

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