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Christmas at Tower Of London

November
20
to 2nd January

With Christmas just around the corner, there’s a whole range of magical events at Historic Royal Palaces sure to get everyone into the festive spirit. Whether it’s grabbing a pair of skates and taking to the ice, sampling delicious food or enjoying some carols, a visit to a palace should be a must on everyone’s Christmas list this year!

Head to the Tower of London this Christmas where there will be a number of seasonal events for all to enjoy.  The ice rink returns to the famous dry moat, where visitors can take in the majestic views of the capital from this iconic historic landmark. The Tower will also host a royal celebration, complete with Medieval Christmas festivities (27 – 31 December).  Revel in the festivities with King Richard III, Queen Anne Neville, and the knights and ladies of medieval England with music, dance and games adding to the family entertainment. Meanwhile, Noel Noel promises to hit all the right notes with 500 years of music for Advent and Christmas performed in the atmospheric Chapel of St Peter ad Vincula. This sumptuous concert includes Spanish riffs, English traditional songs, melodies by Monteverdi and the original version of Silent Night.


Tower of London Ice Rink

17 November – 2 January

Tickets: £14.50 adult/ £12.50 concessions/ £10.50 child/ £40 family ticket

 

Noël Noël

15 December

Tickets: £20.00

 

Medieval Christmas

27 – 31 December

Included in palace admission


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