There will be no train services to Tower Hill station on 1-2 November due to District line improvement work and surrounding stations are likely to be busier than usual.
If travelling from the East, use the Circle or District lines to Aldgate or Aldgate East, or take the DLR to Tower Gateway, which are a short walk away from the Tower of London.
Alternatively, use the Northern or Jubilee lines to get to London Bridge and either walk, cycle or take a bus.
For directions on the day, see the posters or signs at nearby stations or pick up a walking map from a TfL Ambassador, who will be on hand to answer any questions and concerns.
To plan ahead go to tfl.gov.uk.
By London Underground
Nearest station: Tower Hill
Directions: Use District or Circle lines to Tower Hill station. Follow directional signage to the Tower. The main entrance is a 5 minute walk from the station.
Nearest stations: Fenchurch Street or London Bridge
Follow directional signage from either station. Fenchurch Street is approx a 5 minute walk to the Tower, London Bridge 15 minutes.
Cycle Racks are located on the Wharf opposite the Perkin Reveller restaurant.
There are three cycle stands at the Tower which are located next to the main shop.
There are a number of cycle routes throughout the area. For further information please visit the Transport for London website >
Cycles can be hired for use across London - TFL information on cycle hire.
Please do not ride your bike in the pedestrianised areas.
Please do not attach bicycles to railings along the Wharf. These will be removed. Cycling is not permitted on the pedestrian areas of the Wharf and Tower Hill.
By Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
Tower Gateway Station is located adjacent to Tower Hill station. Follow directional signage to the main entrance of the Tower.
Bus routes: 15, 42, 78, 100, RV1
The Tower is also served by all major sightseeing bus tours.
Nearest river access: Tower Pier
Directions: Riverboats for Tower Pier depart from Charing Cross, Westminster and Greenwich.
Thames Clippers' fleet of high speed catamarans operate daily with departures every 20 minutes from both London Bridge Pier and Tower Pier. Buy Thames Clipper tickets.
Scalable map from Google Maps
The Tower is in the Congestion Charging Zone.
Parking near the Tower:
There is no parking at the Tower of London. The nearest coach and car park is situated on Lower Thames Street and is a 2 minute walk to the main entrance.
The car park has both lift and stairs. Pedestrian walkways are clearly marked and show the direction of exit to the Tower of London and pay machines.
There are several clearly marked bays.
Car and coach parking
The closest car and coach park is managed by Apcoa Parking UK Ltd.
For up-to-date pricing information and car park opening and closing times please contact the City of London Corporation on 020 7332 1548 or email firstname.lastname@example.org