HC Deb 24 May 1922 vol 154 c1195

asked the hon. Member for the Pollock Division of Glasgow, as representing the First Commissioner of Works, what are the present charges for admission to the Tower of London and if there are any free days to the public; if special terms are given to parties of school children under charge of masters or mistresses; and, if so, what they are and if it will be possible to allow school parties to view the buildings free on certain days if applications are made from an educational point of view?


The present charges are 1s. 6d. inclusive, or 6d. each for the Armouries, Vaults, Jewel House, and Bloody Tower, admission to the Armouries and Vaults being free on Saturdays and Bank Holidays. School children accompanied by teachers are admitted free on Mondays, and at half-price on other days.

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