London Transport Museum and Tower of London

More information about London Transport Museum and Tower of London tickets

  • Schedule
    London Transport Museum

    Daily
    • Saturday to Thursday: 10:00am to 5:15pm
    • Friday: 10:00am to 5:15pm

    Closed on:
    • 24th, 25th and 26th December

    Venue Information:
    London Transport Museum, Covent Garden Piazza, London WC2E 7BB
    Nearest Train Station: Charing Cross
    Nearest Underground: Covent Garden


    The Tower of London

    Venue Information:
    City of London, Greater London EC3N 4AB
    Nearest Underground: Tower Hill
    Nearest Train Station: Fenchurch Street or London Bridge
    Bus Routes: 15, 42, 78, 100, RV1

    1st March to 31st October
    Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00am to 5:30pm
    Sunday & Monday: 10:00am to 5:30pm
    (Last admission 5pm)

    1st November to 28th February
    Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00am to 4:30pm
    Sunday & Monday: 10:00am to 4:30pm
    (Last admission 4pm)

    All internal buildings close 30 minutes after last admission

    Exceptions:
    • 24th - 26th December & 1st January (Closed)
    • Please note that the Tower of London will be opening to the public at the later time of 10am on Thursday 28 March.
  • Highlights
    • Entry to London Transport Museum during the date of use.
    • Explore the history of public transport, marvelling at the world's first underground steam train.
    • Entry to Tower of London Tickets with Beefeater Tour
  • Description
    London Transport Museum is situated in the heart of Covent Garden and filled with stunning exhibits; the Museum explores the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, culture and society since 1800. Historic vehicles, world-famous posters and the very best objects from the Museum’s extraordinary collection are brought together to tell the story of London’s development and the part transport played in defining the unique identity of the city.

    The Crown Jewels
    The world famous collection of fabulous finery and regalia – the Crown Jewels housed in a Jewel House, fit for the 21st century, explores the importance of the Crown Jewels to the British monarchy, the role of the Tower in protecting these treasures and the long and fascinating tradition of coronations in England. The priceless collection holds some of the most legendary and extraordinary diamonds in the world. The Crown Jewels at the Tower of London are a unique working collection of royal regalia and are still regularly used by the Queen in important national ceremonies, such as the State opening of Parliament.

    Beefeater Tours
    Share the secrets of one thousand years of royal gossip and intrigue with a Beefeater, or to give them their proper title ‘Yeoman Warder'. This body of men and one woman has guarded the fortress for centuries. Take one of their tours and you'll be amazed and possibly appalled by tales that have been passed down for generations. Pain and passion, treachery and torture, all delivered with their inimitable style!

    This is just a taster, there is much more in the Medieval Palace, Bloody Tower, on Tower Green see the Ravens and walk along the ancient walls………
  • Additional Information
    Inclusions:
    • Entry to London Transport Museum galleries and temporary exhibitions
    • Entry to the Tower of London and Beefeater Tour.
    Exclusions:
    • Food and Drink
    • Transportation
    • Access to any London Transport Museum events or external sites
    Please Note:
    • The last Yeoman Warder tour starts at 2.30pm (winter), 3.30pm (summer).
    • Please note that the Tower of London will be opening to the public at the later time of 10am on Thursday 28 March.