Tower of London tickets and tours
There are many amazing historical stories and fascinating features of the Tower of London, but one of the most colorful has to be the men you see stan...
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Visit the Tower of London, not as a prisoner, but as a guest with this ticket! Considered one of the greatest tourist attractions in London ...
See the best of the royal side to London in a single morning! Get in before the crowds to the famed and somewhat infamous Tower –– former pr...
Get the most out of your trip to London with the super convenient London Pass. With this card you’ll be able to take advantage of free entry...
1 week, 3 days
A cosmopolitan city at the crossroads of history, London has much to offer to Travelers Both seasoned and first-time visitors. But seeing th...
8 hours, 30 minutes
Experience the spirit of London on this whistle stop tour. A luxury coach and included lunch pack will make your sightseeing day much more c...
Visit the best parts of London from the comfort of your seat. This guided bus tour will take you past sights like Westminster Abbey and drop...
Get your Best of the British Museum - Guided visit with Musement and get in depth explanations from an expert, english-speaking tour guide.
Go up the London Eye and enjoy the best panoramic view of the city in climate-controlled capsules and information touch screens. Your ticket also includes admission to the London Eye 4D Cinema Experience, book now ith Musement!
Book the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London with Musement and enjoy roundtrip transportation to the Making of Harry Potter. Broomsticks not included.
Get your Kensington Palace tickets with Musement and avoid the lines for the Palace, gardens and exhibitions.
Un poco de historia
There are many amazing historical stories and fascinating features of the Tower of London, but one of the most colorful has to be the men you see standing around in the bizarre red costumes. They’re officially named Yeoman Warders, but all of England knows them as ‘Beefeaters’.
Today, these men (and women) offer guided tours and interesting anecdotes about the Tower’s history, but they have a much longer history. Once a royal bodyguard (since 1509), they enjoyed a powerful position and the right to eat as much beef as they wanted from the king's table. Back then, they were known for fighting and drunkenness, and would have killed any unexpected visitor.