Tower of London VIP Early Access and Best of Royal London Walking Tour



  • Enjoy priority access to the Tower of London early in the morning and beat the crowds start coming in.
  • Witness the Opening Ceremony and view the Crown Jewels.
  • Take in the view from the river shuttle as you travel along the Thames.
  • Learn Royal history as you stroll through the Horse Guards at St. James Palace and watch the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace.

Enter the Tower of London with VIP access before other visitors

Start your tour early in the morning through the finest of London at one of its most renowned monuments, the Tower of London. Take the chance to visit the fortress before it opens to the public. You will discover jaw-dropping facts about the former execution site and the prison of three Queens of England. There is a lot more to do and see with the Tower of London VIP early access and Royal London walking tour tickets.

See the Crown Jewels and the Opening Ceremony by the Beefeaters

The official Royal Palace and Fortress of Her Majesty, the Tower of London is home to the invaluable Crown Jewels. They are one of the most visited attractions in London. The Jewels are part of the Royal Collection and they make up the British Monarchy’s precious treasures, including the Queen’s Crown which she wears during the Parliament’s opening and coronation ceremonies.

In 1303, the Tower of London became a royal treasury after some of the items were stolen from St Peter’s Abbey. There are 23,578 objects in the collection and each of them has their own story to tell. Also, witness the traditional Opening Ceremony of the Tower carried out by the Beefeaters. You might also know them as the Yeoman Warders; they are the Palace’s ceremonial guardians. All of these before boarding the Thames sightseeing cruise and the Royal London walking tour.

Royal London Walking Tour - Learn royal history on the Royal London Walking Tour
Learn royal history on the Royal London Walking Tour

Experience unique sightseeing on a Thames shuttle and embark on the Royal London walking tour

Once finished exploring the Tower of London, climb aboard a Thames sightseeing cruise for an alternate perspective of the city. Take in the cool breezes while discovering London. Check out The Shard, Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, the London Eye and other iconic landmarks from the river. Upon disembarking the boat, get to St James Palace for a walking tour of the Horse Guards, or the Buckingham Palace to see the Changing of the Guard occasion, depending on the weather.

The Horse Guards is a historic building located in the City of Westminster. This 18th-century building is an important military headquarters defended by the Queen’s Life Guard. A part of the structure is home to the Household Cavalry Museum, which is open to the public. Discover the unheard history with this tour as your tour guide explains various interesting historical facts. At the entrance of Buckingham Palace, the Changing of the Guard event is a sight to behold. Watch the Queen’s Foot Guard dressed in vibrant red uniforms and bearskin hats march as a military band throws in a synchronised tune to match them. In the meantime, your guide will tell you captivating stories about the event’s history and pageantry. As it comes to a wrap, take your time to capture the beautiful views with your camera.

The Royal London Walking Tour is a unique experience you must avail. Your ticket allows you to see the breath-taking Crown Jewels inside the Tower of London; a fantastic combo for all age groups.


  • Tower of London VIP Early Access
  • Entry to the Opening Ceremony and Jewel House at the Tower of London
  • Thames river shuttle
  • Buckingham Palace walking tour
  • Changing of the Guard Ceremony and/or Horse Guards Parade
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Audio guide


  • Hotel transfers
  • Tips


  • Tour Days

    The operating days for this tour are Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Please ensure you arrive 20 minutes before the start of your tour.

  • How to get to the tour

    The meeting point is the Group Ticket Office at the Tower of London

    London Underground: District or Circle line to Tower Hill station.
    Train: Any train to Fenchurch Street or London Bridge stations.
    Bus: Take routes 15, 42, 78, 100 or RV1.

  • Getting your tickets

    You will receive your tickets via email shortly after booking. Please display them on your mobile device along with valid photo ID when you join the tour.

  • Reduced Tickets

    Children under 14 enjoy discounted tickets, while infants below the age of 4 can attend the tour free of charge.

  • Flexible Cancellation Policy

    You may cancel your tickets up to 24 hours in advance and receive a full refund.