"Ceremony of Keys" and Tour of The Tower of London
An exclusive evening visit for up to six people to the Tower of London with a conducted walk around the grounds with Yeoman Warder Steve McMenamy as his personal guests.
At 9.45pm, you will join selected members of the general public for an opportunity to attend the ceremonial locking of the Tower, known as the “Ceremony of the Keys”, a rite that has taken place every evening for over 750 years.
The normal waiting time to witness this Ceremony is 10-12 months.
After the ceremony, you will make your way to the Yeoman Warders Private Club for a nightcap. Please adhere to the Club's Very Smart Casual attire dress code.
- This prize is for a party of up to six, over the age of 18 only
- Timings for the visit: 8.30pm – 11.00pm
- The tour does not include a visit to the Crown Jewels and Royal Regalia
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