Tower of London + Madame Tussauds
A trip to the Tower of London is steeped in history and wonder, especially with its gory history. Combine that experience with a trip to Madame Tussauds, a wax museum, where you can rub shoulders with famous personalities. Is the person you almost bumped into real or just another wax statue?
- Witness lifelike wax figures The Queen, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Winslet, David Beckham, Lewis Hamilton, Marvel Super Heroes, and many more icons
- Get the chance to marvel at the seat of British power by visiting the 1000-year-old Tower of London, a UNESCO World Heritage site!
- Admire the glorious Queen’s Crown Jewels, which comprises of a startling 23,578 gems, along with other jewelry, and houses the Koh-i- Noor diamond and get a chance to explore the Royal Armouries’ collection in the White Tower, which was built by William the Conqueror.
Witness lifelike wax figures at Madame Tussauds!
The Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in London was opened by Madame Tussaud in 1835. Some of her sculptures still exist even today and are a part of the museum’s history exhibit. Today, the museum is filled with some of the most lifelike and painstakingly constructed statues of celebrities in the world. This is a chance to take photos with statues that will make your friends look twice. As a part of the experience, you will get to watch the sculptors work slowly and steadily to build each piece. You get to take pictures of all the statues, and sometimes you wonder if the shine in the statues’ eyes is real. Rub shoulders with some of the biggest celebrities on the planet, including the royal family. At the end, visiting the sculptors at work and observing the development of each exhibit solidifies the experience as one of amazement.
Visit the 1000-year-old Tower of London
The Tower of London plays a key role in European history. This 1000-year-old castle, right next to the Thames on Tower Hill, has seen kings and queens rise and fall - if only its walls could talk! Built by William the Conqueror, the tower started out as just the White Tower, which houses the Royal Armouries collection today, and was gradually expanded.
See the Tower like it was meant to be seen!
You can join a guided tour by the Yeoman Warders, the ceremonial guards of the Tower, that will cover all the famous stories and spots of the Tower of London. The tour will ensure that you do not miss anything important at the Tower. However, you can explore the tower independently and at your own pace. This will allow you to spend as much time as you want at each spot, but make sure you visit the most popular sites like the execution ground, the White Tower, and the raven perch; each of them have an interesting story to tell.
Admire the glorious Queen’s Crown Jewels
Your ticket also gives you access to the Crown Jewels Exhibit, that displays the collection of 23,578 gems and other jewellery that form the collection. Apart from these two experiences, you are also allowed to witness any historical re-enactments and your children are free to join the activities held at the Tower of London.
- Tower of London Entry Ticket
- Entry into all public areas of the Tower of London, including the Crown Jewels exhibit, the White Tower, Bloody Tower, battlements and more
- Access to the Yeoman Warder Guided Tour and, children's activity trails and live historical re-enactments
- Admission to Madame Tussauds
Know Before You Go
Timings & Availability
The museum is closed on Christmas day.
Timing vary each day, but the museum is normally open from 10 AM - 6 PM every day.
Easter Restrictions – Please note that from 30th March to 2nd April Madame Tussauds London will only accept group bookings from 2 PM.
Tower of London
The Tower of London is open daily except between 24th-26th December and 1st January.
Summer (1st March - 31st October) Tuesday-Saturday: 9 AM - 5:30 PM Sunday-Monday: 10 AM - 5:30 PM Last admission: 5 PM
Winter (1st November - 28th February) Tuesday-Saturday: 9 AM - 4:30 PM Sunday-Monday: 10 AM - 4:30 PM Last admission: 4 PM
The last Yeoman Warder (Beefeater) tour starts at 2:30 PM in winter, and 3:30 PM in the summer. Please be aware that in poor weather conditions, an amended Yeoman Warder tour will be given in the Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula. If the Chapel is unavailable, tours may not take place.
Tube: The closest tube station is Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines)
Bus: 13, 18, 27, 30, 74, 82, 113, 139, 189, 205, 274 and 453.
Tower of London
Tube: The closest tube station is Tower Hill (Circle and District lines)
Bus: 15, 42, 78, 100, and RV1.
Strict Cancellation Policy
These tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
You will receive your Madame Tussauds & Tower of London tickets via email shortly. You will need to print them and present them at the respective venues to gain entry. We know printing anything sucks and we are trying to get this changed soon.
Tower Of London, London
- Children under 3 years of age can enter free.
- Children aged 15 and under will need to be accompanied by an adult.
- Only three wheelchair users are allowed inside at any time. Trained staff will accompany these wheelchair users. It is necessary to make the reservation beforehand on the website.
- Cloakrooms are available
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- There is no baggage storage facility, so travel light.
- Tripods and Selfie-sticks are not allowed.
- Guide dogs are allowed.
- Wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first come first serve basis. There are lifts available at the White Tower near the Raven shop and the New Armouries café.
- Children under the age of 5 enter for free.
- Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult.