Tower of London

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Place To See


The square White Tower was built in 1066 and each monarch since has developed new bits of this historical palace and fortress. It's where Henry XVIII beheaded some of his wives, and where the royal Crown Jewels are kept.

Insider Tip

Every evening, the historic ceremony of the keys takes place between the guards. You can book to attend for £5.

Condé Nast Traveler
The scene for many dramatic events during this country's history. View full review from Condé Nast Traveler
Condé Nast Traveler
This uncompromising slab of a building has been many things, including the site where Henry VIII ordered the execution of two of his wives and, currently, home of the Crown Jewels View full review from Condé Nast Traveler
Travel + Leisure
Some might go to the Tower of London to catch sight of the Crown Jewels, while others hope for a glimpse of a harrowed ghost as well. View full review from Travel + Leisure
Address: London EC3N 4AB, UK
Phone: +44 333 320 6000
Hours: Open (Closes at 5:30pm)