Tickets and prices

You must pre-book your ticket

You must pre-book your ticket

Updated 5 August. The Tower of London is open Wednesday - Sunday. All outdoor areas of the Tower of London are open, as well as the Crown Jewels, Bloody Tower, White Tower and more. Some buildings remain closed for now. See more details here

Ticket prices

To enable us to meet social distancing guidelines, we have limited the number of visitors on site at any one time and created a one-way route. Please pre-book your ticket and arrival time slot online before you visit. You will not be allowed to enter the Tower of London without a ticket. You can arrive at any time within your allocated arrival time slot. The duration of your visit is not restricted in any way.

Your admission ticket gives you entry to: 

  • Yeoman Warders positioned along a one-way route where they tell captivating stories of the history of the Tower of London
  • The Crown Jewels
  • South Battlements, Medieval Palace, the Bloody Tower, Torture at the Tower exhibition and some floors of the White Tower (all other buildings remain closed)
  • All public outdoor spaces within the Tower of London
Ticket type no donation with donation


entry to all 6 palaces from £55 per year




age 18-64



Child age 5-15 

under 5's go free. Children aged 5-15 must be accompanied by an adult.




Age 65+ or 16-17, full-time student, disabled visitor



Family saver 1

1 adult & up to 3 children (aged 5-15)



Family saver 2

2 adults & up to 3 children (aged 5-15)



Your donation helps

Historic Royal Palaces is the self-funding charity which cares for the Tower of London. The 'with donation' price in the table includes an optional 10% donation towards our charitable work. By making this donation you are helping us at a time when we're facing serious financial challenges resulting from the Coronavirus. 

You can make your donation go further by ticking the Gift Aid box when completing your purchase. Historic Royal Palaces will be able to claim an extra 25% of the value of your ticket at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting us.

Gift Aid

If you are a UK tax payer and choose to give a donation when buying your ticket, please look out for the Gift Aid logo and tick the box to Gift Aid your donation when completing your online purchase. This means we can claim back an additional 25% of the value of your ticket at no extra cost to you.

Gift Aid logo

How to get tickets you've bought online

Receive tickets by email or print at home

  1. Download your PDF ticket to your mobile for scanning at the entrance or
  2. Click the link in the email that we’ll send you and print out all your tickets

More information

How to book a carer ticket

Carers tickets can be obtained by emailing [email protected] with the booking reference number, date and time of the visit booked online by the ticket holder. There is currently a wait of up to seven days for your carer ticket. If you don't receive your ticket before your chosen date, you can still enter with the concession ticket holder, showing your proof of disability (such as a Blue Badge, Freedom Pass, DLA letter or PIP letter).

Tower Hamlets residents visit for just £1

The Tower Hamlets offer is currently unavailable until further notice.

Local residents within the borough of Tower Hamlets who have either an Idea Store card or Tower Hamlets library card can visit the Tower of London for only £1.00. This offer is possible because of an agreement with Tower Hamlets Council. 

The offer is valid all year round. Only one ticket per adult card holder can be purchased per day. Adults can purchase additional tickets for additional children for £1.00. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 

Tickets are only valid on the day of purchase and cannot be pre-booked or purchased in advance. 

Adults should bring their proof of address and Idea Store or library card with them to the ticket office.