"Medieval Palace" Tower of London Tip by filipdebont

Tower of London, London: 525 reviews and 941 photos

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by filipdebont

Once you passed the Byward Tower, you can make the Wall walk (on your right hand side). Then you will enter the Medieval Palace. This is not one building, but this is a collection of three towers, St Thomas's Tower, the Wakefield Tower and the Lanthorn Tower. In this medieval part you see exhibitions and reconstructed interiors, and you also see the Throne room of Edward I, over here the guides were dressed in medieval dresses and told about the history of the building. Once outside you had a splendid view over the inner courtyard and of the Tower Bridge.

Address: Tower of London
Directions: Subway : Tower Hill
Phone: +44 844 482 7777
Website: http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/#gs._Azeo84

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  • Updated May 15, 2003
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