Tower of London

EC3N 4AB, St Katharine's & Wapping
Founded in:
Total area:
18 acres
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About The Venue

Among London's most iconic historical buildings is the Tower of London. It is also one of Queen Elizabeth II’s royal residences. It has a total area of 18 acres, with the different parts built throughout different eras and years. The oldest of the buildings is the White Tower, which was constructed in 1078. It is visited by 2984499 visitors and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as popular event venue. For instance, the BBC Good Food Show London has been held at this historic site. 

The Tower of London is a historical complex built and expanded in several eras. The oldest part, the White Tower, was constructed in 1078 by William the Conqueror. The Inner Ward was constructed in the 1190s, while the Wharf was expanded between 1377 and 1399. The complex can accommodate 1750 people in 8 meeting areas. Each of these areas is abundant with historical artefacts, stories, and details. Many of the meeting areas have been formerly used by monarchs such as Richard II.

How to get to Tower of London
On foot

London City Airport – not advisable

Green Line Coach Station – not advisable


By Car

London City Airport – 20 mins via A1203

Green Line Coach Station – 35 mins via A3211


By public transport

London City Airport – 35 mins via DLR

Green Line Coach Station – 25 mins via District Line


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