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Visit The Tower Of London

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At night, it is eerie at the Tower of London. Even though the beautiful crown jewels and end up taking in some of the gruesome sights and extraordinary stories that make it world famous. Torture rooms and devices....being there almost all alone. It really was one of the coolest things. You will have unique access to the UK’s most visited historic attraction. Take in world-famous sights such as Traitors’ Gate, the Scaffold Site, and outside the Bloody Tower. Be appalled and amazed by tales of prisoners and past residents, royal gossip, and secrets kept within these ancient walls.The Tower of London Guard Officially named, His Majesty’s Royal Palace And Fortress - Tower of London, used to be protected by a detachment of the regiment on guard at Buckingham Palace and St James' Palace. Currently the Guard is being provided by different units which are rotated weekly. (Schedule below) The Tower of London Guard comprising of one officer, 6 NCO's and 15 soldiers, post sentries outside the Jewel House and the Queen's House. The sentries, at the Tower of London are changed every two hours and you can see them being posted and receiving their orders on a visit to the Tower. The sentry at the Jewel House, is there, along with the Yeoman Warders and the Jewel House wardens, to protect the Crown Jewels. The second post at The Queen’s House is a silent post, where the guard does not stamp his feet or make loud noises, which could disturb the occupants. Even when an officer makes a tour of inspection the sentry will whisper the reply ‘All’s Well’!


Visit a famous and historic site in London


also known as tower of terror where quite a few executions were taken place said to be very haunted and rl stines inspiration for tower of terror book and tv show