Tower of London, London Overview

A royal fortress and a World Heritage Site which is also famous for being an infamous prison back in the day, the Tower of London, founded in 1066 and located in the heart of the city, is a majestic fortress, with a history dating back to centuries before the present day. Treat your eyes to the world-famous and priceless jewels, archaic yet riveting architecture, and to a clear view of the River Thames on a day trip to this Tower.

Located in Central London, overlooking the River Thames, the expansive Tower of London has weathered a lot of storms since its inception in the year 1078. Having been damaged during the World War II in the Blitz (bombing by German camps on Britain) and having undergone many a reparation, it still stands tall as London’s one of the most famous tourist attraction sites. The palace is guarded by a corps of the Royal Bodyguards, also known as Beefeaters, who also act as tourist guides.

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Summers- 1 March - 31 October

Tuesday – Saturday 9 PM - 4.30 PM
Sunday – Monday 10 PM - 4.30 PM
Last Admission 4.00 PM

Winters- 1 November - 28 February

Tuesday – Saturday 9 PM - 4.30 PM
Sunday – Monday 10 PM - 4.30 PM
Last Admission 4.00 PM

Closing Days: 24-26 December and 1 January.


It has various rooms and towers inside the place, such as the White Tower, which is a keep, and one of the most famous ones in the world as well. It is so famous that it was mentioned by Shakespeare in his plays as well. It houses the collection of Royal Armours dating back centuries. The daily tour timings for The White Tower are at 10.45 AM, 12.45 PM and 2.15 PM. The place was also used as a treasury around the 13th century and still exhibits the currency from that time on display for tourists to see. Tour through the place and explore other amazing artefacts such as the Crown Jewels by the Royal Family, made with 1000s of exquisite stones, and the history behind them.

Another fascinating thing to witness is the Ravens inside the tower. The place is supposed to have 6 of them but has 7 in case one goes missing. Since centuries, it has been said that the tower will fall apart if the Ravens were to ever leave it!

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