Historic Royal Palaces
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Edward Francis, an enslaved African who lived at the Tower of London
For over 600 years, the Tower housed a menagerie of exotic wild animals
Luxurious royal lodgings from the 1200s
Murdered or survived – what happened to Edward and his younger brother Richard?
Iconic fortress, royal palace and infamous prison
A priceless collection used to crown the kings and queens of England
Walk in the footsteps of kings and queens at the Chapel Royal, which has been in continuous use for almost 500 years.
Open Wednesday - Saturday
Hampton Court Palace
Included in palace admission (members go free)
Join our Joint Chief Curator at the Tower of London as she delivers a tour through 1,000 years of royal history with her new book Crown and Sceptre.
Tower of London
Separate ticket (advance booking required)
Discover captivating stories of pain and passion, treachery and torture with our Yeoman Warder tours at the Tower of London.
Wander through the lavish rooms of the King's State Apartments, each one grander than the last, at Kensington Palace.
Enjoy the beautiful State Apartments and private rooms of William III and Mary II at Hampton Court Palace as part of your visit.
Discover masterpieces by Rembrandt, Caravaggio, van Dyck, and more at the Cumberland Art Gallery at Hampton Court Palace.
Indulge in a souvenir of your trip to the Tower, from replica armour, jewellery, clothing and costumes, there’s something for everyone in our gift shops.
Discover magnificent historic venues to celebrate your wedding or celebration with unique style. Get in touch to book your event with Historic Royal Palaces.
Can't find the information you need? Browse our FAQs for details of military discount, lost property and more.
Visiting the Tower in a group? Group discounts and savings are available on our tickets for groups of 15+. Find out more and book online today.
Find out how to get to the Tower of London by tube, bus, rail, boat, car or bicycle with our easy-to-follow directions.
The Tower of London aims to be accessible to all - find out more about accessibility for those with mobility needs or visual impairments.