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Souvenirs and gifts inspired by this famous palace, prison and fortress

Souvenirs and gifts inspired by this famous palace, prison and fortress

Shop at the Tower

We have 5 themed shops for you to choose from. 

  • Tower of London Shop
  • Beefeater Shop
  • White Tower Shop
  • Jewel House Shop
  • Ravens Shop

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Browse our full collection of Tower themed treasures.

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The Main Tower Shop, looking south-west. Showing displays of merchandise, including Historic Royal Palaces branded chocolate and other foodstuffs, t-shirts and books. Stairs leading up to the first floor for children's books and games can be seen in the background.

Tower of London Shop

This is our largest shop, selling a wide range of souvenirs, jewellery, gifts, toys and books. 

Opening times

  • Summer
    March - June: closes 18:30
    July - August: closes 20:00
    September - October: closes 18:30
  • Winter
    09:00-17:30 (Tuesday to Saturday)
    10:00-17:30 (Sunday and Monday)

This shop is located outside the main entrance to the Tower of London, and you do not need an admission ticket to enter. Level access is available to this shop at the rear of the building. 

Beefeater Shop

Pick up a guidebook or audio guide for your tour of the Tower. This shop also sells a wide range of small souvenirs and gifts. 

  • Located just inside the Tower of London entrance. 
The Beefeater Shop, looking south-east. Showing the shop entrance. The back view of two visitors to the Tower of London can be seen in the background.
The White Tower Shop, looking north. Showing displays of merchandise, including Tower of London-themed cushions and tapestries.

The White Tower Shop

Gifts and souvenirs inspired by the ancient White Tower and the arms and armour within... pick up your shield and sword, and see what other items we offer. 

  • Located in the vaults of the White Tower. 

Lift access to this shop is available via the White Tower exit opposite the Crown Jewels exhibition. Please ask a member of staff or Yeoman Warder for assistance. 

Jewel House Shop

After being dazzled by the Crown Jewels, visit this shop to see a gorgeous range of jewellery and gifts inspired by the collection. 

  • Located near the exit of the Crown Jewels exhibition. 
The Jewel House Shop, looking north-east towards a display of Royal Palace Collection tea and bone china tea-sets merchandise. More display stands of merchandise can be seen in the background.
The Ravens Shop, looking north-west towards the shop entrance. Showing crowns displayed in the shop window.

Ravens Shop

Visit our children's shop for a wide range of gifts and dress-up outfits for aspiring kings and queens, knights and princesses. 

  • Located next to the ravens cages.

Level access is available to this shop via the archway to the ravens cages.

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Tax-free shopping is available for non-EU residents when you spend over £50 in store.

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The Tower of London, looking north-west. Showing two female visitors using the digital audio guide tour devices.
Tours and talks

Explore deeper with the Tower of London audio guide tour. Discover extra information about the Tower's history, plan your day and find out more about our cafés and shops.

Daily

Tower of London

The Bloody Tower, looking north towards lattice windows. The windows are set in a white-painted brick alcove.

The Bloody Tower was built by King Henry III (1207-72) and was originally named the Garden Tower.
Things to see

Explore the most infamous prison at the Tower of London and learn about the intriguing stories that inspired its name.

Open daily from 20 October 2018

Tower of London

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 from 20 October 2018

Tower of London

Beefeater teddy bear - teddy bear dressed in the red uniform of the Tower of London Yeoman.

Beefeater teddy bear

This 'Beefeater' bear is splendidly dressed in a Yeoman Warder uniform, standing ready to guard the Tower of London.

14.99

Royal Wedding 2018 official commemorative fine bone china plate

Royal Wedding 2018 official commemorative fine bone china plate

Commemorate the royal wedding of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with this official commemorative fine bone china plate. Made in England using traditional fine bone china techniques, unchanged for centuries, this collector's plate has been commissioned exclusively by Buckingham Palace to mark the royal occasion.

£49.00