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Essential information for visiting the Tower.

Essential information for visiting the Tower.

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Visit essentials

Tower facilities

We offer all the essential facilities and a few you may not expect, including advice and tips for a perfect day out.

  • Toilets
  • Free Wi-Fi access
  • Maps
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Health and Safety advice

Accessibility

We do everything we can to ensure visitors with disabilities enjoy the full palace experience.

Dedicated facilities, tours and wheelchair hire are available. There are also concession tickets, with free entry for carers. Download an accessibility guide for more information.

Eating

Whether you just want a snack or fancy a sit down meal, there are four options to suit your taste.

The Wharf Kiosk: Snack by the river

New Armouries Café: Light bites, hot meals 

Raven Café: A variety of gourmet sausages

Sargeant’s Mess: British food, stunning views 

Shopping

Shop for gifts and souvenirs inspired by this famous royal residence and its iconic Yeoman Warders.

Our shops offer everything from souvenirs and gifts, to fine jewellery. You can also shop online and non-EU residents can buy tax-free.

Group visits

There are special offers and discounts for groups of 15 people or more.

We offer reduced admission for group bookings if you head to the Group Tickets office. Meal deals and discounts on Tower audio guides are also available (subject to availability).

School visits

We offer everything you need for the perfect educational visit.

Spaces are limited so book in advance.

You can include special sessions and workshops designed for pupils of all ages. Discounted entry for groups of 15 or more, on-site supervision and meal deals are also available.

The White Tower seen against a blue, partially cloudy sky on a sunny day with foliage creeping into the upper right-hand corner. Waterloo Block can be seen in the background

Help unscramble four fascinating stories linked to Anne Boleyn and the Tower in the latest version of Story Scramble.

28 May – 1 June 2018

Families

11:00-16:00

Aerial view of the Tower of London from the north, showing the White Tower in the centre of the fortress

There have been many attempted escapes from the Tower of London - some successful and some, most definitely not.

02 June 2018

Events

Doors open at 12.30 with a 13.00 start