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The Tower of London from Tower Hill, Entrance to the fortress is on the extreme right.  The grass area used to be a 100 feet wide moat in the castles heyday. The photograph gives a good view of the inner wall and some of the inner wall towers showing above the concentric outer wall.

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Tower of London, UK

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Beefeaters | Chapel Royal, St Peter ad Vincula | Crown Jewels | History of The Tower of London | Moat | Medieval Palace | Tower Ravens | Yeoman Warders | Queens House | Royal Armour | Royal Fusilears Museum | South Wall Walk | Torture at the Tower | Traitors Gate | Waterloo Barracks


Bell Tower | Beauchamp Tower | Bloody Tower | Broad Arrow Tower | Byward Tower | Cradle Tower | Lanthorn Tower | Lion Tower | Middle Tower | Salt Tower | St. Thomas’s Tower | Wakefield Tower | White Tower


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Tower of London Introduction


The Tower of London is one of the United Kingdoms finest Attractions. A quick tour taking in only the main highlights of the Tower can be done in an hour. For a fuller visit where you can join a Yeoman Warder tours that lasts 1 hour allow at least 3 hours overall


The Tower of London is a Concentric Castle which has 2 sets of walls, one inside the other. Between the 2 walls is the outer ward or bailey inside the inner wall is the inner ward or bailey where you will find the keep the White tower,  other buildings of the castle, the execution site & the castle ravens.


Entrance to the Tower of London was via the Byward Tower the Main Gatehouse in the outer wall. At the side of the Byward Towerfacing the river was a smaller postern gate

Tower of London Secrets Video

Opening Times


Adult Price Guide


£17.00 Online,  £19.80 Ticket Office.





Sunday & Monday    10:00 - 17:30

Tuesday - Saturday  09:00 - 17:30

Last admission        17:00





Sunday & Monday    10:00 - 16:30

Tuesday - Saturday  09:00 - 16:30

Last admission        16:00

Tower of London Ticket Office

The ticket office is near to the site entrance from the main A100 road, Tower Hill.


You may prefer to book in advance this can be done with buying a day pass to many London Tourist sights with the London Pass or to book a London sightseeing tour that included the Tower of London

Tower of London Moat

The moat is 100 ft wide and now the bottom is lawn grass coveres and usually contains exibits .

Inner Wall

When built The current Inner Curtain Wall was the only wall surrounding the White Tower and incorporated some of the old roman fortress walls.


The southern side was built at the Thames river edge and later a moat on the other 3 sides where the current outer ward (bailey) is.

Main Entrance to Tower of London The Middle Tower

Middle Tower Tower of London Main Entrance
Middle Tower Tower of London Main Entrance
Ticket collection box
on the left

Tickets can be purchased 150 metres up Tower Hill on the left near the A3211 main road, Tower Hill Terrace

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The main entrance is through the Middle Tower, where the ticket checking box is, locate on the West side of the Castle, the same side as the ticket office, next to the River.


Beyond the Middle Tower, is the bridge the start of the guided tours, then the Byward Tower in the Outer Wall


Before the ticket collection box look over the railings to see the excavations showing the foundations of the Lion Tower and Drawbridge pitWelcome Centre

These were additional defences before the Middle Tower


See location of the Main Entranec to the Tower of London on our Tower of London Map

Group Entrance to Tower of London - Henry III’s Watergate

Group Entrance The Tower of London
Group Entrance The Tower of London

A group waiting next to St. Thomas’s Tower & near the Group Entrance
A group waiting next to St. Thomas’s Tower & near the Group Entrance

The Group Entrance is 500 metres from the Main Entrance round the corner & along the wide Riverside Walk just past St. Thomas’s Tower - Traitors gate.


St. Thomas’s Tower is easy to spot it justs out about 10 metres from the outer wall.


On the right hand side of the towere you will see the zig zag iron railing in front of the entrance, which is just a gateway in the wall & not a tower .



See location of the Group Entranc to the Tower of London on our Tower of London Map

The White Tower

White Tower Entrance
White Tower Entrance

Photo by James Byrum

Tower of London Spiral Staicase
Tower of London Spiral Staircase
Photo by AESanfacon

Tower of London St Johns Chapel
Tower of London St Johns Chapel
Photo by Nick Mehlert

  • The White Tower gets it's name because the walls of the tower were painted with whitewash a low cost paint made from slaked lime (calcium carbonate) & chalk.
  • Possibly the most famous castle keep in the world and easily recognised from it's 4 iconic  roofed turrets, 3 square ones and 1 round one, at the corners raising above the battlements.
  • The Tower was built to subdue the idea of revolt by the recently conquered Londoners & English by the Normans
  • The Tower was built to a fearsome size:
    • 118 x 177 feet  (35.9 x 32.6 metres)  & 90 feet (27.4m) high on the downhill side.
      The wall thickness is 15 feet (4.6 metres) at the base thinning to 11 feet (3.4 metres) near the top.
  • As a defensive features
    • The entrance was on the first floor
    • The floors were divided into 2 with a wall down the centre. This also made floor boarding easier.
    • There was only a single easily defended spiral staircase, in the round tower, from the entrance hall, also the guard room to the rest of the castle
    • The direction of spiral would give defenders on the higher level an advantage. It is difficult to weald a sword using the right hand if attacking up the stairs. The central column is in the way



White Tower tours


White Tower tours are conducted by the Yeoman Wardens

Daily at 10.45, 12.45, and 14.15.



Recommended Visiting Time


40 minutes & includes time for Fit for a King


See location of the The White Tower on our Tower of London Map

Crown Jewels

Imperial State Crown
Imperial State Crown
Photo by johnjones

The Crown Jewels are displayed in the Jewel House with the Waterloo Barracks building.


The Crown Jewel collection contains 23,578 gems that include the Worlds most famous diamonds the massive Cullinan I and the notorious Koh-i-Noor.


The Imperial Crown, see photograph on the right, alone contains 2,868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds and 5 rubies.


Crown Jewelsare protected by armoured glass & viewed from a moving pavement to keep the crowds moving past.


Recommended Visiting Time


35 minutes but allow for very long queues at peek times


See location of the Crown Jewels on our Tower of London Map

Beauchamp Tower

  • The Beauchamp Tower was built by Henry the III and Edward I as part of the Inner Wall around 1281
  • This tower is roughly in the location of the original entrance to the Tower when only the 1 wall & White Tower existed.
  • The tower was used at various times as a prison for important prisoners such as:
    • Sir Philip Howard, Earl of Arundel. Died as a prisoner 10 years after imprisonment during the reign of Elisabeth I.
    • Lord Cobham spent the last 14 years in James I's reign
    •  Robert Dudley the childhood sweetheart of Elizabeth I. He was held for one year.
  • The wall are covered in prisoners graffiti mainly carved during the 16th & 17thcenturies, a period of both political & religious unrest.


See location of the Beauchamp Tower on our Tower of London Map

Bell Tower

The Bell Tower is located on the corner of the inner curtain wall nearest the Main Entrance

The Bell Tower was the first tower to be built after the White Tower and its purpose was to stengthen the curtain wall surround the keep.


A small wooden turret on top of the tower housed the curfew & alarm bell. Now the bell sounds at 5:45 pm warning visitors of the pending closing of the Tower.


When built the tower rose from the rivers Thames edge.

The outer curtain wall was built at a later date pushing back the river.


Note how the tower changes shape from an octagonal to a circular shape from thebase of the second floor.  Octagonal & Round towers were much stronger than Square ones where attacks would mine under a corner collapsing the tower.

Broad Arrow Tower

Goverment Broad Arrow
Goverment Broad Arrow

The Broad Arrow Tower was the goverment department in charge of the Wardrobe where royal robes and valuable furnishings were kept here.


The name of the tower is taken from the Broad Arrow that is used to mark Crown property. Today you the symbol will see it on modern Military equipment, goverment stationary & other crown property.


This tower is now presented to the public as a Guard Tower and is on the East Wall Walk




Byward Tower & Postern Gate

The Byward Tower and Gateway is the Main entrance through the Concentric Outer Curtain Wall., and built by Henry III, and strengthened by Richard II in the mid 13th century



Byward Tower Defences


  • Part of the bridge in front of the tower was originally a drawbridge
  • The tower had 2 portcullises.
  • Set within the moat were further gate houses each with there own portcullis
    • Middle Tower. Called the Middle Tower because it was located between the Byward Tower & the Lion Tower
    • Lion Tower  Look for the foudations to the left of the Middle Tower as you enter.
    • 1 or 2 additional towers before the Lion Tower are thought to have existed but no trace has been found. See old painting



Byward Tower Wall Paintings discovery


During recent resturations fabulous wall paintings have been discovered within the Byward Tower.  The paintings are in a critical state & there stability is being checked. Depending on the results it the public may be allowed to see them.


Guided tours


The Guided tours start just before this gateway on the causway & bridge across the filled in moat.

Just inside the gateway on the right is :

  • An information board
  • Shop where audio guides can be purchased


Postern Gate

Byward Tower & Postern Gate
Byward Tower & Postern Gate


Built on the river side of the Byward Tower is a smaller tower with houses the Postern Gate. This tower can only be seen from outside the walls. This Postern Gate was protected with a drawbridge


The  Byward Tower & its Postern gate extension are closed to the public, other than passing through the Byward Tower tower on your entrance ino the fortress.


Bloody Tower & Gateway

  • The Bloody Tower is famous for it's association with the disappearance, presumed killed of the 2 young princes who where held in the Tower by Richard, their uncle who became King Richard III. There was no proof that Richard  gave the order for his nephews to be killed but he was the main suspect, closely followed by Henry VII. He was the last King to be killed on the battlefield, the battle of Bosworth Field, defeated by Henry Tudor, 2nd Earl of Richmond (later King Henry VII)
  • The Tower was built in the early 1220s, 142 years after the White Tower in a central position on the wall along the river.
  • It was the main entrance from the river. After the later completion of the Outer wall in became the main entrance between the Inner & Outer wall.
  • Prisoners held in this tower include:
    • The 2 Princes Edward V & his younger brother Richard Duke of York
    • Sir Walter Raleigh
    • 2 Archbishops of Canterbury
    • 1 Lord Chancellor
  • Up the narrow & steep staircase on the first floor you will see a painting of the two young princes fast asleep & won of their uncle Richard III




Recommended Visiting Time


15 minutes


See location of the Bloody Tower on our Tower of London Map

Cradle Tower

Cradle Tower The Tower of London
Cradle Tower The Tower of London

The Cradle Tower was built 1348–55 on the outer wall as a private watergate for Edward III. Later it was used as a prison.


The gateway was protected by a drawbridge & 2 portcullises,  the grooves for 1 of them can still be seen.

Check out the

  • Magnificent rib vaulted ceilings, & the carved crowns.
  • Displays about the Jesuit priest, John Gerard , who was imprisoned in 1597 but then who escaped
  • Another prisoner was Anne Askew imprisoned in 1546, who later became a martyr.

Lanthorn Tower

Tower of London - Langthorne Tower
Lanthorn Tower Tower of London
Photo by CharNewcomb

The Lanthorn Tower became the royal residence after the death of Edward I in 1307


The tower gives access to the South Wall Walk


The turret on top of the Lanthorn Tower held a brazier basket filled with wood to act as a navigational beacon fire


See location of the Lanthorn Tower on our Tower of London Map



Lion Tower

Tower of London Entrance Defences
Tower of London original Lion Tower Entrance Defences & loading quay

Tower of London Main Entrance
Tower of London Main Entrance
. The foundations of the Lion Tower are in the left foreground

The Lion Tower, bottom right corner of photograph, was a large D shaped fortified island located in the moat and before the Middle Tower and added strength to the entrace to the fortifications. to get into the Lion tower you had to go through the 1 possibly 2 outer towers, which there is now no trace, over a drawbridge & through the portcullis & gate. before crossing the drawbridge into the Middle Tower


Only the foundations of the Lion Tower remain look over the railings as you approach the Middle Tower to see the below ground level excavations revealing the foundations and also the pit into which the counter weight end of the drawbridge descended into.


The painting on the right shows the causeway as solid but there were drawbridges just before the towers.


In the painting (Click painting to enlarge) Note

  • the Postern Gate at the side of the Byford Tower leading to the loading quay
  • The 2 concentic ring of walls
  • The additional walls to protect the keeps entrance, and the queensresidential building both within the 3rd inner most ward or bailey
  • Note the lack of more modern buildings such as the Waterloo Barrackss & Royal Fusilears Museum
  • The 2 small gatehouses conecting the D shaped Lion Tower to the land. No trace of these has been found.

Salt Tower

.The Salt Tower located on the inner wall

St. Thomas’s Tower - Traitors Gate

Traitors Gate
Traitors Gate

The Block The Tower of London
The Block The Tower of London

St. Thomas’s Tower is the grandiose main gate from the river and houses the notorious Traitors Gate, a one way trip for people accused of treason that included

  • Queen Anne Boleyn, the 2nd of 6 wives of Henry VIII, & mother of our great Queen Elisabeth I who defeated the Spanish Armada. Queen Anne failed to delivery a male heir which displeased Henry and he got rid of her by accusing her of high treason. She was found guilty and beheaded on the green in the Tower of London 4 days later.
    This marriage started the break from the Catholic Church, who disallowed the marriage, by Henry
  • Sir Thomas More who was an important counselor to Henry VIII & Lord Chancellor refused to attend the marriage of  Anne Boleyn to Henry VIII, on technicalities he was found guilty of treason and sentenced to be hung drawn & quartered, but Henry commuted this to be executed by being beheaded
  • Queen Catherine Howard, the 5th wife of Henry VIII was found guilty of treason after a few amendments to England's laws and also went to the block.


Built by Edward I between 1275 - 1279 as part of the outer wall.



Entrance to the Medieval Palace & South Wall Walk


The stairs to the entrance are located in the Outer Ward next to St. Thomas’s Tower and gives access to the Medieval Palace  & South Inner Wall Walk.

Wakefield Tower

Tower of London Outer Ward Wakefield Tower on right
Tower of London Outer Ward Wakefield Tower right
St. Thomas's Tower on the left
Photo by AESanfacon

The round Wakefield Tower was built by Henry III between 1220 and 1240.


  • The next largest tower after the White tower and was built next to The Bloody Tower, the River Thames entrance, both part on the central section of the Inner Wall and forming a defensive strong point.
  • King Henry III & Edward I & II had their Private Chambers in the Wakefield Tower
  • In the top chamber of the Wakefield Tower is a fireplace large windows & a vaulted ceiling.
  • King Edward I, II & III strengthened the defences by building an Outer Wall with several towers, making the castle into a concentric fortress.
  • A gateway was built between the& Outer Walls at the location of the Wakefield Tower & Bloody Tower Inner wall & St. Thomas's Tower on the Outer wall.
    • This gateway split the Outer wall into 2 sections




See location of the Wakefield Tower on our Tower of London Map

Towers Closed to the public

The following towers & buildings are closed to the publico because they are used as accommodation, offices or stores and are closed to the Public:

Bell Tower

Brass Mount

Byward Tower


Devereux Tower

Develin Tower

Flint Tower

Hospital Block

Legge’s Mount

Middle Tower

Queen’s House

Well Tower

Yeoman Warders known as Beefeaters

Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London Entrance
Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London Entrance

Tower of London Guide Yeoman Warder
Tower of London Guide Yeoman Warder

The Yeoman Warders,  commonly called 'Beefeaters' are the ceremonial guards of Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and


Fortress the Tower of London. In particularly the Crown Jewels, and any prisoners held in the Tower

  • There are 38 Yeoman Warders.
  • All Yeoman Warders
    • Are ex service men or women with a minimum of 22 years service
    • Have held a senior non commissioned rank such as Sergeant Major i.e. a Warrant Officer.
    • Hold the Long Service and Good Conduct
  • The Blue & red uniforms are their every day regalia. On ceremonial occasions in presence of The Queen they wear the much brighter Ceremonial Uniform of Red with gold trim




Yeoman Warder Tours


  • Now a days they act as guides to the masses of tourists who visit the Tower and are themselves a tourist attraction..
  • Tours start every 30 minutes from the bridge between the Middle Tower & Byward Tower
  • Tours last for 1 hour.

Tower Ravens

Tower of London Raven
Tower of London Raven
Photo by robinvanmourik

Tower of London Raven Cages
Tower of London Raven Cages
Photo by gailf548

One of the Yeoman Warders is placed in charge of the Tower Ravens


  • He is named Yeoman Warder Ravenmaster (usually shortened to Ravenmaster)
  • He feeds the Ravens with raw meat.
  • There is a myth that if the ravens leave the monarch & Tower will be doomed.
  • The wings of the Ravens are clipped to prevent them flying away, but they are free to roam the Tower grounds, usually they keep to the grassy areas especially the Green in front of the White Towers Entrace. There night time cages are in the corner of the innermost ward green near the Wakefield Tower



See location of the Raven Cages on our Tower of London Map

Medieval Palace

The Medieval Palace was where our Kings & Queens lived in The Tower of London up to the reign of Queen Elisabeth I they were located on the inside of the inner south wall..


The palace has long since vanished but sections of The Tower of London have been carefully restored to create the interiors of some of the palaces rooms


The following towers are all classified as The Medieval Palace



See location of the St Thomas’s Tower,Wakefield Tower & Lanthorn Tower on our Tower of London Map

East Wall Walk

Walk the East walls and visit the


  • Lanthorn Tower Start of The East Wall Walk, It is also the finish of the South Wall Walk
  • Salt Tower
  • Broad Tower
  • Constable Tower
  • Martin Tower Tower

South Wall Walk

Walk along the battlements of the inner South Wall with it's excellent higher vantage point great views of the River Thames, Tower Bridge & The Tower of London.

Kids can imagine they are an archer shooting at attacking forces on the outer wall or in the outer ward.



Entrances to the Walk


Entrances to the South Wall Walk are via the following towers

Royal Armour

Armouries Tower of London
Armouries Tower of London





See location of the White Tower on our Tower of London Map

Waterloo Barracks

Tower of London Waterloo Barracks
Tower of London Waterloo Barracks
Photo by

Location of the Crown Jewels where you can expect queues at busy times



See location of the Waterloo Barracks on our Tower of London Map

Torture at the Tower

Tower of London The Rack
Tower of London The Rack
Photo by rudolf_schuba

3 of the implements of Torture used in Tower of London are on display in the basement of the Wakefield Tower including the infamous rack.


All 3 on display are modern day is a replicas copied from remnants of the instruments & or historic diagrams.

  • The rack
  • The scavenger's daughter
  • The manacles
  • The chamber of 'Little Ease




Recommended Visiting Time


20 minutes

See location of the Wakefield Tower on our Tower of London Map

Chapel Royal, St Peter ad Vincula

The current building was constructed around 1520 after a fire destroyed the church of St Peter ad Vincula in 1512. The original building was outside the original walls of the castle.



Recommended Visiting Time


35 minutes


See location of the Chapel Royal, St Peter ad Vincula on our Tower of London Map

 Queens House

Tower of London Queens House
Tower of London Queens House
Photo by gailf548

The Queens House was constructed in 1540 and is the best timber-framed building to survive the Great Fire of London of 1666.


See location of the Queens House on our Tower of London Map

Queens Stairs

Queens Stairs Sketch
Queens Stairs Sketch

The Queens Stairs can be found outside the outer wall on the river Thames bank opposite  the Byward Tower Postern Gate

These are the steps that extremely important visitors such as Kings, Queens, high ranking diplomats & officials would have used. Entry would be made into the fortress via the postern gate & it's drawbridge.

Royal  Fusilears Museum

Tower of London Fusilears Museum
Tower of London Fusilears Museum
Photo by aj82

Tower of London Fusilears Museum
Tower of London Fusilears Museum
Photo by rudolf_schuba

The Royal  Fusilears Museum houses a collection of historic memorabilia from previous conflicts.


Included in the collection are uniforms, weapons, equipment, Colours and miniature models of the battles of Albuhera, Mons and Cassino.


The first 2 VC's of World War 1 were awarded to soldiers of the Royal Fusiliers.


See location of the Fusilears Museum on our Tower of London Map







History of The Tower of London

Before William The Conqueror the Norman Invader of England in 1066


Archaeological digs have found the south east corner of the Roman Walls of Londinium  the Roman name for what is now the City of London within the Tower of London fortifications.



William The Conqueror crowned as William I


The first stage was to dig a ditch around three side with the river on the fourth. Inside the ditch was a defendable wooden palisade. Timber accommodation for William was built within the palisade.


During the 1070's work on The White Tower was started. This was England's first stone keep. It is thought that it was completed in 1100 after the death of King William in 1087.



William II


King William II ordered the construction of a stone wall around the west & north side of the White Tower

The Tower of London Location

  • Located on the north bank of the River Thames on the eastern edge of the City of London
  • Immediately west & upriver of Tower Bridge

 Getting to The Tower of London

Entrance Tower Hill Tube Station
Entrance Tower Hill Tube Station


Tower Hill Tube Station



Londin Underground Nearest Tube Station: Tower Hill
The entrance is down the slope next to the round circular feature the exit is in the building 20 metres to the right of the photograph.


Bus Routes Nearest Bus Routes:

All major sightseeing bus tours, plus Bus routes: 15, 42, 78, 100, RV1 to Tower Hill



Road Underpass


20 metres to the left of the Tube Entrance is a pedestrian underpass under the very busy A3211 main road, Tower Hill Terrace



Roman Town Wall


 Near Tower Hill Tube Station is a short section of the Roman Town Wall

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