Tower of London

The Best Tower of London Tickets

Discover all ticket types for the famous Tower of London and the Crown Jewels, including standard tickets, guided tours and combo tickets. Plus, learn how you can save up to 50% of your Tower of London visit with a tourist pass.

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From £ 34.80

Most Recommended Tower of London Tickets and Tours

To help you find the ticket that best suits your requirements and needs, we have compared the most popular Tower of London tickets for you.

  • Day Pass

    Standard Tower of London & Crown Jewels Ticket

    • From £ 34.80
    • 4.6 / 5 (19898 reviews)
    • Explore the Tower of London, a UNESCO site
    • See the stunning Crown Jewels
    • Encounter the Tower's famous ravens
    • Enjoy public Beefeater tours and stories
    • Includes Wifi, maps, and children's trails

    This ticket gives you access to the Tower of London – home of the crown jewels of the British royal family. In addition to the many glittering gems and diamonds, you can also expect exciting stories about the history of the Tower of London.

  • Our Recommendation

    Tower of London: Early Access & Tour with Beefeater

    • From £ 69, Duration: 75 minutes
    • 4.38 / 5 (1045 reviews)
    • Early access to Tower of London (no queues – skip-the-line ticket)
    • Exclusive viewing of Crown Jewels
    • Guided by a Beefeater guard
    • See historical artifacts and royal regalia and learn about British history and trials

    Secure early access to explore the Tower of London and the Crown Jewels without the crowds. Guided by a legendary Beefeater, this experience offers a deep dive into royal history and iconic artifacts, making it an exceptional choice for history enthusiasts. An equivalent tour, including a River Thames boat ride, is available for an additional cost of approx. £32.

  • VIP Experience

    Exclusive After-Hours Tower Tour With Yeoman Warder

    • From £ 154, Duration: 95 minutes
    • 4.81 / 5 (31 reviews)
    • After-hours access for an exclusive and uncrowded experience
    • Witness the ancient Ceremony of the Keys and hear stories from a Yeoman Warder guide
    • Discover tales of royal prison and ghostly legends
    • Small group for a personal touch

    Dive into the depths of history with this exclusive after-hours tour of the Tower of London, featuring the ceremonial splendor of the Ceremony of the Keys and tales that bring the past vividly to life. Perfect for those seeking an intimate glimpse into England's storied past.

  • Rive Cruise Included

    VIP Early Access & River Cruise Pass

    • From £ 114, Duration: 3 hours
    • Early entry to Jewel House to view the Crown Jewels without the crowds
    • Exclusive access to the Tower of London's Opening Ceremony
    • Comprehensive guided tour of the Tower with an expert local guide
    • Includes a flexible ticket for a scenic one-way river cruise

    Gain privileged access and a quieter experience at the Tower of London, followed by a relaxing river cruise, making this ticket ideal for those looking to enjoy a seamless and enriching day out in London.

  • Combo-Ticket

    Guided Tour: Tower of London and London Bridge Ticket

    • From £ 132, Duration: 3 hours
    • 4.73 / 5 (646 reviews)
    • Early Tower of London entry with opening ceremony and guide (skip-the-line ticket)
    • See the exclusive Crown Jewels
    • Tower Bridge Experience (skip-the-line ticket)
    • Access to the Victorian Engine Rooms

    Begin your day with a privileged glimpse into the heart of British history and engineering marvels, guided by expert insights. This pass is your gateway to exploring royal treasures and iconic structures without the wait, perfect for those eager to dive deep into London's rich past.

  • For Potterheads

    Tower of London Entry and Harry Potter Walking Tour

    • From £ 75, Duration: 5 hours
    • 5 / 5 (17 reviews)
    • Admission to the Tower of London with access to view the Crown Jewels
    • Guided walking tour featuring Harry Potter film locations, including Big Ben and Trafalgar Square
    • Visit the enchanting House of Spells for a taste of Chocolate Frogs and Butterbeer
    • Led by expert guides familiar with the wizarding world

    Experience the magic of London’s iconic landmarks and Harry Potter’s spellbinding world with this all-inclusive explorer pass, perfect for fans of all ages.

  • Combo-Ticket

    Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathedral & River Thames Tour

    • From £ 110, Duration: 4 hours
    • 4.28 / 5 (50 reviews)
    • Admission to the Tower of London – no queue! 
    • Entrance to St. Paul's Cathedral
    • Boat trip on the Thames
    • Transfer by bus

    On this exciting boat tour, you will hear stories of pirates and mutineers and see many great sights of London. You also get access to the Tower of London and St Paul's Cathedral. A bus will take you to the respective spots without any stress. Use your Tower of London Tickets Fast Track to skip the line and be first in line.

  • Save up to 50%

    London Explorer Pass® vs. The London Pass®

    • From £ 69
    • 4.2 / 5 (868 reviews)

    Which London Pass is right for me?

    • Both passes offer significant savings of up to 50% at 90+ top attractions in London including the Tower of London, The Shard, and Westminster Abbey, hop-on hop-off bus tours, and many others.
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    • With both passes, you can include a 1-day hop-on hop-off bus tour, perfect for easy and cost-free city navigation.
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FAQs – Additional Information on Tower of London tickets

Yes, purchasing tickets for the Tower of London online can often be more cost-effective than buying them on-site. Online platforms may offer discounted rates, promotional deals, or bundled packages that can provide savings compared to in-person purchases. Additionally, booking online allows you to secure your preferred time slot, helping you plan your visit more efficiently and potentially avoid long queues at the ticket counter.
Yes, Tower of London tickets are timed, and it's recommended to book in advance to secure your preferred time slot. Timed tickets help manage the flow of visitors and ensure a more enjoyable experience. Booking ahead allows you to plan your visit and avoid potential wait times at the entrance. Ensure a seamless exploration of this historic site by securing your timed tickets in advance.
It depends on your chosen tickets. But for the normal Tower of London tickets, the Tower of London entrance fee is from £34.80 upwards. Just check the site and take the tickets which are the best for you. But the price is worth it because you can get the Tower tickets with a fast track and save time.
Yes, you can purchase tickets at the Tower of London on the day of your visit. However, it's advisable to book in advance online to secure your preferred time slot and potentially avoid long queues at the ticket counter. Booking ahead also provides the convenience of planning your visit and ensures availability, especially during peak times.
The Tower of London entrance fee is worth it! You can find exciting information in the next paragraph. But don’t skip. There are more important questions and easy answers for you.
Sightseeing makes you hungry. There are a lot of opportunities to eat close to the Tower of London. For example, there is a Pret a Manger where you can get sandwiches, salads, fruits, and many drinks. There is also Wagamama where you can find delicious Asian food. And of course Ted's Fish and Chips. The classic British food for your London stay. Don’t miss it.
Next to the Tower of London, you can get tickets for the famous Tower Bridge as well. Furthermore, you can visit the Borough Market, one of the oldest food markets in Great Britain, as well as the sky garden.
There are also other historic palaces nearby. You can enjoy Kensington Palace where the royal family sometimes lives and the Banqueting House. This building is the last part of the Whitehall Palace which burnt down in 1698. For both destinations, there are tickets available.
If you want to see them during your visit, you should visit the Tower of London between the middle of July and November. Otherwise, you paid for the Tower of London entrance fee without seeing them. Use your Tower of London tickets fast track to be the first at the poppies.

The historic Tower of London

The Tower of London entrance fee is not cheap, but it is worth it. If you get the Tower of London tickets fast track you will have an extraordinary experience. The Tower of London was built in the 11th century by William the Conqueror and was used as a fortress. For the next few centuries, it was used by English and British kings as a residence, armory, camp, zoo, workshop, garrison, museum, mint, prison, archive, and execution site. Use the Tower of London ticket with a fast track, to achieve these experiences earlier.

Furthermore, the Tower of London is located on the River Thames and belongs to the City of London. The tower is accessible through the Tower Hill station of the London Underground. But you can also arrive at Fenchurch Street Station and Docklands Light Railway’s Tower Gateway Station.

Tower of London
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Today, the Tower of London houses exhibits on the building itself and its history. This includes parts of the Royal Armouries collection, the British Crown Jewels, the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers headquarters and museum as well as living quarters for the Yeoman Warders.

The whole complex of the Tower of London buildings covers about 7 hectares. There is an inner curtain with 13 towers. They are surrounding the White Tower. There is also a moat. It surrounds the outer curtain but drained since 1843.

Tower of London Wache
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Why you should visit the Tower of London

Use your tickets for the Tower of London to get in touch with the history of this famous building. The Tower of London entrance fee isn’t expensive as you see how much there is to do. Tower of London tickets including fast track save time and get your right Tower of London tickets. You learned about the different types and advantages. Get your Tower of London tickets and enjoy the magic of London history.

Opening Hours and Directions

Opening Hours

Monday
10:00 - 17:30
Tuesday
9:00 - 17:30
Wednesday
9:00 - 17:30
Thursday
9:00 - 17:30
Friday
9:00 - 17:30
Saturday
9:00 - 17:30
Sunday
10:00 - 17:30

May vary on public holidays/festivals.
During the winter season from 1 November - 28 February, the last admission is already at 4 pm, as it closes at 4.30 pm.

Directions

Arrival by underground
"Tower Hill" tube station with the District line or Circle line

Getting there by bus
Bus numbers 15, 42, 78, 100, and RV1 stop directly outside the Tower of London.

Directions by car
The nearest car park is Lower Thames Street. It is about two minutes walk away

Address
St Katharine's & Wapping, London EC3N 4AB, United Kingdom

Website
www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london

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