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What to expect

Betrayal, victory, and tragedy, these three words alone summarize the history of the Tower of London. Built centuries ago during the invasions of William the Conqueror, its purpose was to impress and intimidate those who dared to oppose the sovereign. Several of his successors also resided in this imposing structure. Your visit includes the sparkling Crown Jewels, guarded day and night by the famous Beefeaters all dressed in red, still regularly worn by Queen Elizabeth. You will also catch sight of the gloomy dungeon where traitors awaited their execution. Members of royalty cohabited with vile criminals there until the sixties. A true symbol of power, this tower, now surrounded by skyscrapers, has retained all its aura.

Tower of London Visiting Hours
High Season
(March to October)

Tuesday to Saturday: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Sunday to Monday: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Low Season
(November to February)

Tuesday to Saturday: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Sunday to Monday: 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
**Attention** > The monument closes its doors 1 hour after the last visiting hour. > Tickets must be printed out.

Tower of London, an Essential UNESCO Heritage Site

The Tower of London stands as the very symbol of the capital. For centuries, it served as a fortress where kings and queens defended against their enemies, enjoying spectacles of wild animals, and where their enemies met their end. Even today, within this tower, under tight security, lie the Crown Jewels, belonging to Queen Elizabeth.

You're not just invited for a mere visit to an old castle built by William the Conqueror nearly a millennium ago; you're invited to uncover the triumphs and tragedies that have shaped London's history. The thick walls of the White Tower tell tales of prisoners, including some from the royal family, brought in by river and through the Traitors' Gate to these sinister grounds. To avoid long queues, consider purchasing your tickets in advance. These tickets grant you access to the Yeoman Warders' tower, more commonly known as the Beefeaters. While their attire may seem quaint, these retired policemen are entrusted with a critical mission: safeguarding the Crown Jewels that the queen wears on grand occasions.

As for the Ravenmaster, he watches over the ravens that have made the tower their home. Legend has it that the monarchy will fall if these birds ever leave the tower. Do not leave the English capital without visiting the Tower of London, the city's oldest castle.

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