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Tower of London Christmas Party Venue

London,EC3N 4AB
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The Tower of London Christmas Party Venue

Experience an unforgettable Christmas event at the iconic Tower of London, where each function room has its own unique story, perfect for setting the scene for both grand events and intimate affairs. Whether you’re planning a large-scale production with entire venue hire or a smaller gathering, this historic venue offers a variety of spaces to suit your needs.

The Reveller, synonymous with its name, is a place to party, dance, and revel. Located on the outer wall, it features both indoor and outdoor space and can be hired all day and evening with a late-night licence. The Reveller can be hired exclusively or in addition to one of the historic spaces within the Tower walls, seating up to 100 for dinner and 250 for a reception.

For smaller groups or individual teams, the Tower of London offers several unique spaces inside its walls. The White Tower, home to Henry VIII’s armour, is a spectacular setting for evening events. The New Armouries provide a blank canvas space for large receptions, while the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, still in use, is perfect for dinners of up to 70 guests with historic displays of regimental colours lining the walls.

No visit to the Tower of London is complete without seeing the crown jewels in The Jewel House, where up to 150 guests can enjoy a pre-dinner reception, or up to 500 delegates for private views. A Yeoman Warder tour is a popular add-on, creating a memorable historical experience for your friends or colleagues.

The Tower of London can recommend caterers specializing in casual bowl food or fine-dining finesse, as well as advise on floral suppliers, entertainment, lighting, and corporate gifts. Make your Christmas event truly memorable with an exclusive celebration at the Tower of London.




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  • AE Goes
    AE Goes
    2 weeks ago

    A must-see while in London. Purchase your tickets online in advance. Otherwise, stand in line to purchase and then queue again to enter. The Crown Jewels are magnificent and will be a 3rd queue to stand in. The rest of the site is a self paced tour. There are some really narrow and steep spiral staircases to climb if you wish to see the cell/jail where the traitors and the 2 princes were kept. The stairway up to the two princes is very narrow with a low ceiling, and you can not see to the top. If you are claustrophobic or prone to panic, then you should avoid this climb because you will have to crawl climb the stairs and you cannot go back down once you start since it is one way and people will be climbing behind you. The ravens are great to see, so don't miss them. There is a changing of the guard every 30 minutes at the crown jewel exhibit. There is no parking, so Uber, taxi, or we used Golden Tours hop on/off bus to get to all the major sites. Great place to take the kids. It's a little more challenging if you have limited mobility or handicap. Easy walk from here to the Tower Bridge, and a 15 min walk to Borough Market.

  • Rohit Patange
    Rohit Patange
    2 months ago

    Amazing tourist attraction of this wonderful place,it is one of the most visited places nowadays since the Royal Jewels are guarded here. The Royal jewels are amazingly displayed, and the history of them is well explained all along the place. Big queue for the Crown Jewels once you got inside the Tower, but well worth the wait. I suggest everything try to come early in the morning around the 8:30 slot. It will not be crowded at that time. There are lots of things to see inside the tower. The Cafe inside is a great place to take relief. The exit is beside the Thames with awesome views of Tower Bridge. We thought it will take 2-3 hours but we spend almost 5 hrs. The fortress is maintained properly. The audio guide helps you a lot when you are in. The Ammunition department is amazing. I will definitely come back to visit them again whenever possible.

  • kenneth giles
    kenneth giles
    3 weeks ago

    A great day out. Its worth getting there for opening and going straight to see the Crown jewels. That way there will be minimal queues and you may get to spend longer in the crowns room than you would later on. The rest of the Tower is great and an amazing deep dive in the English history. You really should go at least once in your life. If you do everything it’s easily a whole day.

  • Ian Morris
    Ian Morris
    a week ago

    Always lovely to visit the Tower of London, steeped in history and full of facts and stories. The guards and guides are so friendly and knowledgeable. We saw that the Crown & Coronation Exhibition was on so looked for tickets and managed to get some on the last day which was amazing. The light and sound show was fabulous and to get into the crown jewels was the icing on the cake. It was a really chilly November evening but people were chatty and cheering throughout, it's so lovely to see everyone of all ages, so friendly and nice

  • Jie Ma
    Jie Ma
    a month ago

    One of the best preserved structures in the whole of UK, this castle is really fascinating to explore. With child- friendly and entertaining tours this place is friendly and welcoming. Storing the precious crown jewels💎 to ancient armour🪖 this area's history is most interesting to discover. This castle🏰 also stores some dark, gruesome secrets hiding behind the walls. All together I would really recommend having a visit one day.