The Tower of London is a historic building and has uneven flooring and many stairs. This makes it unsuitable for most wheelchair users. The Jewel House is completely accessible to all visitors, and toilets with easy ramped access are situated behind the Jewel House.
You can download a copy of the Tower of London Access Guide which is updated regularly.Facilities for deaf and hard of hearing visitors:
Induction loops are provided at various points in the Tower wherever you see the icon. Audio guides can be used with hearing aids that have a T-switch.
Find out more about access at the Tower on the official website.