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Learn more about the fascinating descriptive tours of the Jewel House that are available to visually impaired and blind visitors at the Tower.

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Iron spikes descending from a stone arch, a portcullis

Over the centuries there have been many battles at the Tower of London. Explore the Tower’s early years as a formidable historic fortress.

Open Daily

Marvel at the imposing White Tower, a magnificent example of Norman architecture situated right at the heart of the Tower.

Open daily

Join an expert warden on one of our White Tower tours. Explore the beautiful Chapel of St John the Evangelist and hear tales of famous old residents at the Tower.

Open daily from 10:45, 12:45 and 14:15

Discover The Fusilier Museum which tells the story of the British infantry regiment from its formation at the Tower in 1685 to the present day.

Open daily

From shooting arrows, assembling firearms to brandishing swords, a thousand years of history at the Tower of London will be brought to life in this exciting, hands-on experience.

Currently closed for essential maintenance

Explore the massive defensive inner battlements and huge towers that have guarded the Tower for centuries as you walk the walls.

Open daily

Prepare to be shocked by terrifying torture instruments and learn more about the unfortunate prisoners who experienced torture at the Tower of London.

Open daily

Step inside the luxurious lodgings of two ancient kings, meticulously re-created in the Medieval Palace at the Tower of London.

Open daily

Executions at the Tower of London took place at Tower Green and the Scaffold Site. Walk in the footsteps of those condemned to death by order of the state.

Open daily

Be part of the Tower's Ceremony of the Keys and experience an ancient tradition that has taken place on each and every night, without fail, for at least 700 years.


Unlock your artistic potential. Drawn at the Tower with Art Macabre is a unique after-hours series of life drawing at the Tower of London.

30 October and 11 December

18:30 -21:00