Tickets to Tower of London
If you are deciding if you should buy Tower of London tickets in advance there are a few things to consider including the price of the tickets and any restrictions on buying an online ticket. The main advantage of buying Tower of London tickets in advance is that it is cheaper than buying the tickets on the day. You can use the tickets in a 7 day period from the date selected, giving you a certain degree of flexibility.
Bottom Line: For price-conscious consumers, you should buy your Tower of London tickets in advance.
things to consider:
The main reason that you should buy Tower of London tickets in advance is that it’s cheaper than buying them on the day. On a standard entrance ticket, you’ll save £3.30 per adult, £1.90 per child and £2.90 per concession. And if you are planning on buying a family package you can save between £6 to £10.
All Tower of London tickets bought in advance is valid for the whole day from the date selected. This means that you have quite a lot of flexibility as to which time of day you’d like to visit, and don’t have to select a specific time. It also means you can coordinate your trip based on other travel arrangments and the weather.
A lot of people think that you should buy a Tower of London ticket in advance in order to avoid long queues. This is untrue! The Tower of London has lots of ticket offices on site, so you normally don’t have to wait in line to buy your tickets on the day.
However, you should expect to queue for quite a while in order to see the Crown Jewels, and there’ll be a queue regardless of whether you purchase tickets in advance or not. The best way to avoid queuing for the Crown Jewels exhibit is to arrive at the Tower of London 15 minutes before opening time at the beginning of the day!
You can book Tower of London tickets in advance here.