Popular Exhibitions in Tower of London
Our most recommended Tower of London Exhibitions
1. London: Tower of London and Crown Jewels Exhibition Ticket
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...
There was lots to see. There were a lot of staff to answer questions and inquiries. It was a lot of walking and climbing up steps for people with mobility problems. There was an amazing aura from the past in some of the buildings.
2. Tower of London Private Guided Tour
Gaze at treasures of the British monarchy, including the Imperial State Crown, worn by the Queen at each State Opening of Parliament. Marvel at the gleaming diamond of the Sovereign’s Sceptre, thought to be the largest colorless cut diamond in the world. Go to the White Tower, the oldest part of the Tower of London, to see the massive fortress built by William the Conqueror between 1070 and 1100. Designed to strike fear into unruly citizens the Tower is a treasure trove of history, with a number of unusual objects, including diamond-encrusted weapons and suits of armour. Learn how the Tower was once used as a zoo, and see beautiful sculptures of exotic animals like the ones that were presented as royal gifts to be kept in the Royal Menagerie. This significant part of the Tower’s history is recreated in the Royal Beasts exhibition, with interactive displays that reveal how the animals s...
3. London: Top 30 Sights Walking Tour and Tower Bridge Exhibit
Start with a walking tour of the history, culture, and legends of one of Europe’s best-loved cities. Head through Green Park to Buckingham Palace and watch the world-famous Changing of the Guard ceremony. Head to Westminster and see Downing Street, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament. Continue onwards to the London Bridge area to see Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge, and the Tower of London. After seeing 29 impressive sights, you’ll head to Tower Bridge and explore the permanent exhibition in the Engine Rooms of the iconic bridge. Set amongst the original steam engines, coal burners, and accumulators that once powered the raising of the bridge, uncover the fascinating history of cooks, coal stokers, and engineers. Immerse yourself in this atmospheric space where exciting activities, newly commissioned films, and never-before-displayed photogra...
Johanna is fantastic, she does an amazing job .... she’s nice , intelligent and has an excellent knowledge of British history. 100% for her ! Eduardo
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What people are saying about Tower of London
Allow plenty of time to take everything in and the Yeoman wardens are fantastic! Give you all the gory details in such a fun way very entertaining
Fantastic so wonderful to see all the excellent collections crown Jewels were stunning will visit again
Brilliant experience. A lot of steps but well worth it. The audio guide is a must.
Fantastic sunny day, very friendly staff. Great atmosphereand exhibitions
Great day out, so much to see. Give yourself at least 3 hours to visit.