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Within the ancient Fortress, the Tower of London, visitors can gaze up at the massive White Tower, tiptoe through a king's medieval bedchamber and marvel at the priceless Crown Jewels. Meet the Yeoman Warders with bloody tales to tell; stand where famous heads rolled, discover where prisoners and exotic wild animals were kept - then hear even more surprising stories about the Tower - a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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  • Tower Of London
    St Katharine's & Wapping, London EC3N 4AB,London, EC3N 4DR
  • Present your voucher at the entrance gate of the Tower By TUBE - Nearest station: Tower Hill Directions: Use District or Circle lines to Tower Hill station. Follow direction signs to the Tower. The main entrance is a 5 minute walk from the station. By TRAIN Nearest stations: Fenchurch Street or London Bridge Follow direction signs from either station. Fenchurch Street is approx a 5 minute walk to the Tower, London Bridge 15 minutes.
  • Minimum of 1 hour for those limited for time. There is so much to see and do in and around the Tower that you can hardly take it all in. You must see The White Tower, the Crown Jewels, the six ravens, the stories of prisoners and Tower Green.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.


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Opening Hours Tuesday-Saturday: 09:00-16:30 Sunday-Monday: 10:00-16:30 Last admission: 16:00 The Great Crown Jewel Robbery at the Tower of London. In 1671, the crown jewels, held in the Tower of London for safekeeping, became the target of the most audacious rouge, Colonel Blood and his gang of villains. From the 6-22 April, the Tower of London will be re-enacting this event daily at 11.30, 13.00 and 15.30. Good vs not so good. Visitors can decide to try their luck and join the cunning plan, or attempt to stop the plot. Depending what side they choose, there will be opportunities to make a crown fit for a King or Queen. Alternatively, wanted posters for the most heinous of criminals can be made and visitors can step back in time as they dress up as Colonel Blood. Objects relating to Colonel Blood and the Crown Jewels will also be on display for visitors to handle. Daily at 12.00, 13.30pm and 16.00, figures from the time of the event, Charles II and his mistress, Nell Gwynne, will be teaching visitors how to have a good time at court, leading dances, and will be rewarding families who have completed all of the activities. From 23-28 April, visitors will also be able to enjoy music from the Restoration period whilst watching the Merry Monarch, Charles II, and his mistress dance.

You will receive a confirmation email with a voucher. Please print this voucher and bring it with you to the venue.
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