Visitor information in British Sign Language
For information on access, admission tickets, getting to the Tower, opening times and events at the palace, please view our video:
Video: Visitor information on the Tower of London in British Sign Language
British Sign Language Tours
Discover more with a British Sign Language interpreter by booking a place on one of our selected dates. Click here for further information
Visitors with mobility needs
Whilst the Tower welcomes all visitors, this historic building has places with difficult stairs and passageways and wheelchair access is limited. There are also a large number of steps throughout the Tower with cobbles laid in some of the roads. However, the Jewel House and the Crown Jewels are fully accessible to all visitors.
A virtual tour of the Medieval Palace and south and east Wall Walks is available; it can be viewed in small chunks, a room at a time, or as a complete sequence. Click here to see it. For more information about this project, click here.
Toilets: Easy ramped access is available behind the Jewel House, and next to the Salt Tower.
Wheelchairs: A limited number of wheelchairs are available from the Welcome Centre at the main entrance to the Tower.
Concession for disabled visitors
Visitors with a disability are eligible for admission at the concession rate. A carer/accompanying adult is given entry free of charge.
Tower of London Access Guide
Please view our full colour and comprehensive access guide. Please click on the PDF file at the bottom right of this page. The guide includes detailed information, help, and advice for visitors with disabilities. For those with mobility requirements and wheelchair users, there is a colour map detailing routes and other useful information.