Tower of London and Tower Bridge
- Discover the fascinating history of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge
- Come up close to the astounding Crown Jewels
- Step onto the spectacular glass floor and enjoy panoramic views
- Visit the Victorian Engine Rooms
- Please select your chosen date of visit. If your chosen date does not require a timeslot, you are free to enter at any time on that date.
- Refunds are available if you cancel your tickets more than 48 hours before your travel date.
The last Yeoman Warder tour starts at 2.30pm (winter) and 3.30pm (summer).
Concession prices are applicable subject to a valid ID.
- On the 3rd Saturday of every month Tower Bridge opens its doors early for those who prefer quieter spaces, such as those with autism, Aspergers and anxiety, as well as their siblings, families and carers. Entry to Tower Bridge is closed between 09:30am to 11:50am
- Tower Bridge is closed between 24 - 26 December and open from 10:00am on 1 January.
Tower of London
The Tower of London has been a central part of London life since the 11th century. It’s had many uses throughout its history including being the home of ‘royal beasts’, the Royal Mint and a prison. It earned a chilling reputation for being a formidable Castle that Londoners would have trembled at the sight of.
During your visit, you’ll uncover plenty of British history. Meet the Yeoman Warders who once kept prisoners inside the Tower safe. Discover the majestic Crown Jewels and see which diamond-encrusted masterpieces were worn by which Queen or King. Explore the interactive Royal Beasts Exhibition which gives visitors a fascinating insight into what was once the home of lions, baboons and even a polar bear inside the Tower.
A fascinating history spanning over 135 years, Tower Bridge is one of London’s most iconic landmarks. Discover interesting stories and more as you wander through the Walkways and engage with the interactive displays and exhibitions. With the Glass Floors, you’ll enjoy panoramic views of London’s famous locations and landmarks including Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece St Paul’s Cathedral, Canary Wharf, the historic Greenwich, Tower of London, the City, The Shard and much more.
Once you’ve taken in the sights, travel back in time to the Victorian age as you venture into the atmospheric Engine Rooms to uncover the machinery and people that worked here.
Tower of London
Days of operation: Daily
Closed: 24th - 26th December & 1st January
Early closure at 2pm on 5th Sept (last entry at 12.00pm)
Nearest Underground: Tower Hill / Nearest Train Station: Fenchurch Street or London Bridge
Bus Routes: 15, 42, 78, 100
Tower Bridge Open daily: 09:30 to 18:00 (last admission at 17:00)