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Excellent tour. We hadn't been to the Tower for a long time and many changes had taken place, making it much better than before. The guided walk with the Beefeater is a must to do.
This will save you a lot of time especially in summer and busy times, Go first thing in the morning as crowds grow even in winter (I went January 19th Sunday)
Stress free, although I forgot my printed sheet at home, but easy enough to print it again at a local cafe. My 10 year old twins loved it, which was the main thing.
I don't think we really needed to buy skip the line tickets for the day we went as the line wasn't that long, but I have heard it being bad before so it's better to be safe then sorry. The Tower itself though is amazing and definitely worth a visit. The first thing you should do is a Beefeater tour to give you an overview and history of the tower before you explore yourself. Make sure you do line up for the Crown jewels, the line was really long but it does move quickly and is worth it.
The Tower of London was great. You skip the passing through the group entrance in a minute. The site is very easy to use and the procedure to buy tickets quite simple
It was Awesome. Enjoyed the tower.
I caught 2 orbs on my camera in there. One on a stairwell and one in the torture room. The line for the Crown Jewels was too long. Missed it.
If you only do one tour while in London, this is that tour. Here is the history lesson we need to learn about early British history. Skipping the line, the Beefeater stories, the Ravens - all make for a great day.
Skipping the line is great. Try to get there early to avoid the queues into the crown jewels exhibition.
We all enjoyed this trip - didn't need the actual skip the queue as we went early in the day but would have been useful later in the day. No problems.
Probably one of the best things to do and see in London. Tons of history, scenery, and the crown jewels.
This was a much anticipated second visit to the Tower of London, but a brand new experience for my wife. We both enjoyed the visit and spent almost 5 hours exploring the site.
Highly recommend using Viator, was my first time and it was flawless! walked straight to entrance no ticket lines needed, the lady scanned my printed email ticket and we walked straight in. I followed all the recommendations regarding doing Crown Jewels first and so had no line ups anywhere. Spent 3 hours and felt we covered everything.