Tower of London and Crown JewelsThe Tower of London's royal history begins all the way back in 1066 when William the Conqueror ordered the building of a wooden castle as part of the fortifications to help secure London, the chief city of his new realm. Ten years later the King, William the Conqueror, transformed the fort into a great stone Palace with 15 foot thick walls and this became known as the Tower of London. The Tower of London covers eighteen acres and offers unique glimpses of royal history stretching back centuries.
A Palace but Much More TooA Palace for over 900 years much is known about the Tower's bloody
Ravens, Shakespeare and Ghosts at the TowerTraditionally birds of ill omen it is the absence rather than the presence of Ravens
Dining at the Tower of LondonFor the first time in its 900 year history, the Tower offers visitors the chance to dine in its own restaurant. Opened on February 1, 2001, the restaurant offers a range of meals to suit the varied tastes of the Tower's 2.4 million annual daytime visitors, all set in the historic atmosphere of the New Armouries building.
Hours of Operation and LocationHM Tower of London is located in London EC3N 4AB. HM Tower of London is open March 1 through October 31, Monday - Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm and Sunday
More information can be found by calling the Tower of London in London, England at (020)-7709-0765.
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