Visit the Tower of London for £1
If you are a resident of Tower Hamlets you can visit the Tower of London for just £1. To take advantage of this special offer all you need to do is take along your Idea Store or Tower Hamlets Library card along with your proof of name and address e.g. a utility bill or bank statement. Then you can explore all the delights the Tower of London has to offer for just one pound.
The Tower of London encapsulates one thousand years of history. It holds tales of eight thousand prisoners, ten executions and sixty attempted escapes. It houses twenty three thousand, five hundred and seventy eight gems and the one hundred and five carat Koh-i-Noor diamond. These are just a few examples of the marvels of the Tower of London waiting for you to get involved with.
For more information about this offer contact 0844 482 7777.
How Do I Get There?
The nearest Tube is Tower Hill on the District and Circle Lines.
The nearest Docklands Light Railway station is Tower Gateway.
The nearest Train stations are Fenchurch Street and London Bridge.
Buses 15, 25, 42, 78, 100 and N15 stop outside the Tower of London.
What Provisions Are There For People With Disabilities?
Access for wheelchairs is limited within some parts of the Tower but improvements are continually being made. Call Visitor Services in advance of your visit for more information and advice on 0844 482 7777.
Tower of London for Blind and Partially Sighted People
Discover the Tower Of London through VocalEyes, trained Personal Room Describers.
There is no additional charge - this is included in normal admission tickets.
To find out more about availability of room describers and booking telephone 020 3166 6266