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Experience the remarkable architecture and age-old traditions of the Tower of London and Tower Bridge on a 3-hour walking tour of historic London. Arrive early to view the official opening ceremony of the Tower of London Beefeaters, take a peek at the Crown Jewels before the crowds arrive, then tour the legendary White Tower and hear the tales of torture and execution that the Tower is notorious for. Finally, head to the Tower Bridge Exhibition, where you can learn about the 120-year-old bridge and enjoy panoramic views over London.

Highlights

  • All entrance fees included
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide

What You Can Expect

Tower of London and Tower Bridge Walking Tour

Visit the 11th century Tower of London

Customer Reviews

Beth B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

We thought this was the best tour we did all week. Saw the opening of the tower, had a great tour guide and the Tower Bridge was awesome!!

heatherldowning

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

This tour was amazing!

Trisha C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

This tour was amazing and it's all because our tour guide Anne Marie was so kind and informative. We expected to meet a larger group of tour guests at the tube station, however it was just us, which was nice. We had a private key ceremony inside the tower and then we were able to enter before everyone else to see the crown jewels. After that, we walked over to the bridge and the tour ended on a high note. This was one of our favorite tours and I highly recommend it.

peaguirre_busch

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Although the meeting time and location were a little confusing, the tour itself was absolutely AMAZING. Our tour guide was polite, well-informed and allowed our group ample time to explore all sites. We highly recommend this tour.

martin w

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2015

Our guide Anna Marie was wonderful, enthusiastic and knowledgeable. It was also great to see the opening ceremony and to have such early access to view the Tower and the crown jewels.

Joseph C W

4 star rating: Recommended October 2016

So glad we booked this tour! We had a fantastic time on this fun and informative morning. Wish we could have spent the entire day with Alex our guide. He was very engaging and knowledgeable.

Brian Hong Kong

4 star rating: Recommended July 2016

We toured the interesting place of Tower of London and saw what is supposed to be seen by tourists. Besides, we had the opportunity to see the changing guards that takes place in the morning thanks to our guide.

Patrick H

4 star rating: Recommended September 2015

Great Tour with Anna Maria. Got a very enjoyable tour of the Tower, with lots of history thrown in for my Tudor era loving wife. The Bridge was very nice, with her explaining about it's history. She told us about a nice area to eat right by the bridge, as well as where to catch the Thames River Cruise near by.

Diana Y

4 star rating: Recommended September 2015

The tour starts early in the morning, so being the first group of visitor gaves the

Jeffrey W

3 star rating: Worth doing August 2015

The Tower of London sight goes without saying. Absolutely fabulous and so much to see. I love British history so I could not wait to go on this tour. The Beefeaters are wonderful. They are full of insightful knowledge and just so funny. The Tower of London gets very crowded, so if you are not one for queueing up for hours, this is definitely the right tour to take. It is worth the extra money as we were in at 8:30am before it opened to the public. In addition, we were able to watch the Ceremony of the Keys. We were able to go right through all the main exhibits such as the Crown Jewels, the Bloody Tower, Wakefield Tower, White Tower, etc without queueing up. The only fallback was our tour guide. She was quite nice, but was not a subject matter expert. She did not give us any information or details that you could not find in a guide book. No offense, but if I am going to England and touring one of their most treasured palaces, I think a native British tour guide who actually knows the history would be more appropriate.

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