Tower of London

December 13th, 2017 / / No Comments »

The Tower of London

The Tower of London offers you the chance to see the Crown Jewels, join a Beefeater-led tour, explore the dungeons & the meet the Tower Ravens in this step back into 1000 years of history.  Follow our ideas below to gain cheap tickets for the Tower of London plus enjoy our Guide to the Tower of London for top tips to beat the queues.

1. Tower of London; Online Promotions

You can often pick up cheap tickets offer for the Tower of London through Attractiontix for those that can book ahead. We’ve come across deals offering substantial savings off walk-up prices plus options to combine entry with other top London attractions. Keep an eye out for promotions running on the date of your visit.

More information available at Cheap Tickets for the Tower of London.


the tower of London from the banks of the River Thames

The Tower of London, (photo; Phil Loach)


2. The London Pass, (including fastrack entry)

The Tower of London is included within the sightseeing pass that offers entry to 80+ London attractions & tours that can offer value for money for those planning to trip to the city.  It also has the added advantage of providing FASTRACK ENTRANCE into the Tower of London too to help you bypass the queues at this busy attraction.

More information available at The London Pass- entry to 80 London attractions & tours.

3. Tower of London; FREE Entry, (ceremony of the keys)

The traditional locking up of the Tower of London has taken place every night for the past 700 years and offers you free entry into this popular attraction. You can apply for FREE tickets for the Ceremony of the Keys to be part of this tradition and see the Tower of London away from the crowds.

Top tip; Why not combine a trip to the Tower of London with a flight on the London Eye by simply taking the Thames Clipper commuter boat that is located directly outside the tower. 


beefeaters at the tower of london

Beefeaters at the Tower of London, (photo; Phil Loach)


4. The Tower of London; Voluntary Donation

If you pay on the day or book online in advance, you can pick up cheaper entry if you opt out of the voluntary donation that can be added to your entry ticket at the Tower of London.  Whilst this small donation goes towards necessary repairs, ultimately the choice is yours to make.

5. Online Ticket Offers; 365tickets

Pick up cheap tickets for the Tower of London with 365tickets that can offer substantial savings off standard price tickets. Whilst promotions vary throughout the year, it is worth keeping an eye on current offers running at the time of your visit.

More details available at Online Savings for the Tower of London.

6. Tower of London; 2 for 1 Voucher

During off peak times, you can pick up a 2 for 1 voucher for the Tower of London when you travel by train.  This offers 1 person free entry when accompanied by a full paying person when presented together with valid train tickets.  Only 2 people are allowed per voucher so ensure you can enough vouchers for your party.

7. Combination Tickets for the Tower of London

If you are planning to visit a number of attractions such as the London Eye, Windsor Castle or Tower Bridge then look out for discounted combination tickets from 365tickets that can offer value for money.  Prices & promotions vary depending upon the season but look out for FREE ticket offers included within select combination tickets.

Follow our Guide to the Tower of London that includes top tips to beat the queues & other money saving ideas that will  help you get the best from your visit.


the guards at the tower of London marching

The Guards at the Tower of London, (photo; Phil Loach)


8. Tower of London; Clubcard Vouchers

Redeem clubcard vouchers for tokens that can be used against entrance charges at the Tower of London.  This can be a great option for Tesco shoppers that allows you to either pay in full or top up with cash.

9. Tower of London; Free Entry for Blue Peter Badgeholders

Valid Blue Peter badgeholders can pick up FREE entry to the Tower of London when accompanied by a full paying or concessionary adult. Badgeholders must be between the age of 6 & 15 years and present both the Blue Peter badge & badge card on the day of their visit.

10. Tower of London; £1 Entry Offer

You can pick up entry to the Tower of London for just £1pp for those living in Tower Hamlets. Whilst there are stipulations in place to prove residency, this is a fantastic deal for one of London’s top visitor attractions.

We’ve also put together some top tips & tricks within our Tower of London Guide that helps you beat the queues & get best value for your day out.


the tower of london at night

The Tower of London by night, (photo; Phil Loach)


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