Thursday, 2 March 2017


Be part of this 700 year old ancient ceremony at the Tower of London

Follow the Yeoman Warden as he locks up the Tower.

Tickets can only be booked online.

I have just booked four tickets for March 2018 so be quick they are very hard to get.


Tower of London  by A. Reid

Ceremony of the Keys

The Ceremony of the Keys is the traditional locking up of the Tower of London.

Halt Who comes there? A question asked every evening at the Tower of London.
Set amidst the mighty battlements of this ancient historic fortress, The Ceremony of the Keys is one of the oldest and most colourful surviving ceremonies of its kind, having been enacted every night without fail for over 700 years.

There are no toilet or refreshment facilities available.
Photography is not permitted during any part of the ceremony.
Tickets are free, however there is a £1 fee to cover the booking administration costs.

Tickets are available 12 months in advance.

Tower of London - Traitors Gate by  A. Reid
Tip - If you miss out on tickets for March next year then remember to apply on 1st April 2017 for April 2018 tickets. Put a reminder in your diary.

While your in London why not go and see to the Harry Potter Studio.  My review is here:

Harry Potter Studio Review 

No incentives were received for these posts, they are my own opinion and all tickets to Harry Potter Studio I paid for.

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