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Families

Your adventure awaits! Explore the Tower of London with one of our activity trails, suitable for children aged 5 to 11 years.

Daily

Tower of London

A man talks to a member of staff in a gallery at Hampton Court Palace
Highlights

A health and wellbeing programme at Hampton Court Palace, for people living with dementia and their carers.

Selected dates

Hampton Court Palace

Things to see

The parish church of the Tower of London holds regular religious services throughout the year.

Selected dates

Tower of London

ommunity group leaders from the Community Access Scheme photographed in from of the White Tower
Highlights Tours and talks

Explore the Tower of London for free with your local community or adult learning group

Group Leader Training Days: Monday 18 February and Friday 22 February 2019

Tower of London

Training day will run 10:00-16:00.

Highlights Things to see

Experience James I's breathtaking Banqueting Hall, created in 1622 as a venue for extravagant Jacobean entertainments.

Open daily

Banqueting House

1 hour

The Haunted Gallery at Hampton Court, looking west.
Things to see

Walk Henry VIII’s route from his private apartments to the Chapel and see the infamous Haunted Gallery in the State Apartments.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace

A member of Tower of London staff signs to a visitor
Tours and talks

Tour the Tower of London grounds with a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter at no additional cost.

Selected dates

Tower of London

10:30-16:30

A woman and child interact with an armoury exhibit in Armoury in Action within the White Tower of the Tower of London
Families Things to see

Shoot arrows, assemble firearms and brandish a sword in this exciting, hands-on experience in the White Tower.

Open daily

Tower of London

The Triumphs of Caesar in the Mantegna Gallery of Hampton Court Palace
Things to see

See The Triumphs of Caesar, one of the great treasures of the Royal Collection, in the Mantegna Gallery at Hampton Court Palace.

Open daily

Hampton Court Palace

10:30-13:00 and 14:00-17:00

The Beauchamp Tower, looking south towards an arrow loop window. A large wooden cross positioned on the floor can be partially seen in the foreground. 

The Beauchamp Tower was built between 1275-81 by King Edward I (1239-1307). It is named after Thomas Beauchamp, 12th Earl of Warwick who was imprisoned in the tower in 1397, accused of high treason.
Things to see

Learn why people ended up as prisoners in the Tower of London, in the very rooms where some of them were held.

Open daily

Tower of London

Guns are fired from the Tower of London wharf in front of the Thames with Tower Bridge in the background
Things to see

See special commemorative firings at the Tower of London on the Gun Park located on the Wharf.

Next salute: 23 October 2018

Tower of London

12:00

Visitors in the Piggot Gallery
Highlights Tours and talks

Explore Kensington Palace for free with your local community or adult learning group

Group Leader Training Days: More dates coming soon for Spring 2019.

Kensington Palace

Training day will run 10:00-16:00.