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Explore this mighty fortress and see the Crown Jewels, then discover more stories from this royal palace that once housed a zoo!
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Hitesh
Hitesh
December 04, 2019
1. Tower of London This well-preserved medieval castle is one of London’s premier attractions for families – adults and children love it. Interior exhibits are interactive and informative. The castle was eventually converted to a prison and the site of many executions. Much of its history is dark…
Kate
Kate
November 27, 2019
Excellent tours by the Yeoman who protect the tower. Opportunity to see the Crown Jewels. Dress warmly if heading there in winter - it’s a lot of standing around outdoors.
Ovidiu
Ovidiu
October 25, 2019
In the 1070s, William the Conqueror, fresh from his victory but nervous of rebellion, began to build a massive stone fortress in London to defend and proclaim his royal power. Nothing like it had ever been seen in England before.The Tower took around 20 years to build.
Billie And Max
Billie And Max
October 08, 2019
Throughout its history, the Tower of London has served many purposes, including royal residence, barracks, armoury, prison and museum. The Tower of London is a 900-year-old castle and fortress in central London that is notable for housing the crown jewels and for holding many famous and infamous…
Karen
Karen
September 18, 2019
The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. You can walk here from the property in c 20 minutes

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England, EC3N 4AB
Teléfono+44 844 482 7777
Sitio webhrp.org.uk
Estado según horario de aperturaCerrado · Abre a las Friday 9:00 AM
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