Member-only late night shopping at the Tower of London

Enjoy a mince pie and mulled wine while you shop, and get your book signed by Lucy Worsley, our Joint Chief Curator.

Enjoy a mince pie and mulled wine while you shop, and get your book signed by Lucy Worsley, our Joint Chief Curator.

When

  • 29 November 2018
18:00

Ticketing information

Tickets: £5 for adults, children go free. Your ticket price is redeemable against purchases on the night.

This event will take place at Tower Shop at the Tower of London, which will open at 18.00

Please call 020 3166 6000 to book your place.

Separate ticket (advanced booking required)

Take yourself away from the hustle and bustle of the Christmas crowds by enjoying a festive evening at the Tower of London Shop.

Enjoy a mince pie and mulled wine whilst you shop, and pick up great Christmas gifts, taking advantage of your 10% Member discount (exclusions apply).

Lucy Worsley, our Chief Curator, will also be there to sign copies of her books, so why not come and treat yourself or loved ones.

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