The Tower of London is arguably London’s defining royal landmark: the former home, prison and execution site of hundreds of key figures in the English monarchy, a visit to this ancient fortress is a fascinating step back in time. Visit the Royal Armouries collection in the White Tower, discover how our monetary system has changed at the Royal Mint, shudder at the Tower Green scaffold site and the replica instruments of mediaeval torture at the Wakefield and then bask in the glory of the Crown Jewels. Finish a fabulous day of sightseeing with a luxurious afternoon tea for two at one of three top hotels: The Ambassador, The DoubleTree by Hilton Victoria or the Courthouse Hotel, and tuck into tasty sandwiches, fresh scones and a steaming pot of tea.
Availability: Monday to Saturday excluding Christmas and New Year period. Weather: Duration: Tower of London is open from 10am to 4pm, expect to be there for around two hours. Afternoon tea can be taken any time between 2pm to 4pm. Numbers On Day: Spectators: Dress Code: Smart casual dress for afternoon tea. Guidelines: Restrictions: Under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult. Please be aware the Tower of London can only offer wheelchair access to The Jewel House and is otherwise restrictive. Other Info:
Location: London, Greater London