Jewel Tower

About

Part of the original Palace of Westminster. Standing just opposite the Houses of Parliament, this originally moated medieval tower is one of only two surviving remnants of the great Royal Palace of Westminster. Built in c.1365 by Edward III, it guarded the 'King's Privy Wardrobe', a treasury of personal royal valuables and rich robes. The interior displays a fine 14thC ribbed vaulted ceiling, and now houses 'Parliament, Past and Present', a fascinating exhibition about the development of British government through history.

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Practical Information

Abingdon Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3JY

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For More Information:

+44 (0)20 7222 2219

Prices:

Adult Ticket £3.90 (USD6.47) - View Prices

Opening Times:

Saturday - Sunday, 10:00 - 16:00 (4 November - 31 March 2014).

Please check the website for updates to our opening times from 1 April 2014 onwards.

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Prices

Adult Ticket: £3.90 (USD6.47)  per ticket
Child Ticket: £2.30 (USD3.81)  per ticket
Concession Ticket: £3.50 (USD5.80)  per ticket

English Heritage members gain free entry.

Gain discounted entry by purchasing an English Heritage Overseas Visitor's Pass. Please check the website for more details.

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Venue Details & Map

Jewel Tower

Address
Abingdon Street
Westminster
London
SW1P 3JY
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7222 2219
Public transport:
Opposite to the south end of the Houses of Parliament. 3/4 mile from Victoria Station.

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