The Tower of London is set to open to the public once again from July 10.
Like most landmarks in Britain, the historic spot was forced to close during the lockdown on March 20. But now, as announced in a Facebook post this morning (July 2), the Tower of London is “lowering the drawbridge”!
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If you find yourself burned out from enjoying the reopening of the pubs on July 4, this could serve as a bit of cultural respite. After all, there are only the 1000 years of history to take in, and the famous crown jewels inside the tower’s walls. Not to mention the ravens and the Yeoman Warders that you’ll also have the chance to meet.
The castle will be open Wednesday-Sunday from 10am-6pm, starting on Friday, July 10. You can book your tickets right here.
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