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Visit Bankside, the Soho of Elizabethan London, and experience today’s working theatre. Shakespeare’s Globe is a faithful reconstruction of the open-air playhouse designed in 1599 where many of Shakespeare’s plays were performed.
Based under the Globe Theatre, our engaging and informative Exhibition explores the life of Shakespeare, the London where he lived, and the theatre for which he wrote. A fascinating guided tour inside the theatre reveals the story of its reconstruction and gives an exciting insight into the working life of the Globe. Tickets include the 40-minute guided tour of the theatre, plus an all-day ticket to the Exhibition.
Guided tours of the theatre last approximately 30 to 40 minutes and the exhibition is self-guided with an audio guide available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Russian.
Why not combine your visit to Shakespeare's Globe with other famous attractions and activities in London such as Household Cavalry Museum or Afternoon Tour Of London
Tower of London - Standard Ticket
Discount Tickets for the Tower of London include entrance to The Tower, the Crown Jewels and White Tower!
The Tower of London has been an integral part of British Royal history for nearly 1,000 years and is classified as a World Heritage Site. Only at the Tower can you marvel at the breathtaking crown jewels, stand on the execution site of three English Queens and hear the myths & legends that make the visit to the tower 'a day to die for'.
Included in your Tower of London ticket:
• The White Tower
• The Crown Jewels
• The Yeoman Warder tours
• The Royal Beasts
• The Prisoners Exhibition
• The Ravens
• The Tower Green
• The Medieval Palace
• And much more....
Please Note: This attraction does not accept tickets on a mobile device to gain entry. Queues may be experienced during peak times
The View from the Shard
- Breathtaking 360-degree views across London from the tallest building in Western Europe
- See Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, the Gherkin and the London Eye from a new perspective
- Enjoy informative commentary via interactive telescopes
- Avoid waiting in the queues with fast-track entry
The Shard is an iconic, landmark building on the London skyline, designed by Master Architect Renzo Piano. At a height of 1,016ft (310m), the tallest building in Western Europe, the Shard redefines London's skyline and will be a dynamic symbol of London, recognisable throughout the world.
The View is situated at the top of The Shard, on floors 68, 69 and 72, and almost twice the height of any other viewing platform in London. Prepare to embark on a multi-sensory journey to 244m (800ft) above of one of the greatest cities on earth. On arrival at Level 00, you will be drawn into the tapestry of London with glimpses of the city laid out before you. Travelling skyward in two high-speed ‘kaleidoscopic' lifts, you'll swiftly reach Level 68 - a cloudscape above the world.
Then journey to Level 69 where the view is revealed and London opens out before you. Here, in the sky above London, you'll experience an astonishing 360 degree, 64km (40mile) view over the city and beyond where the past, present and future of London will be unfurled beneath you, brought to life in multimedia displays.
For the best view in town, ascend to Level 72, at 244m, the highest public level of The Shard. You'll be exposed to the elements with sounds of the city around you. Looking up, you'll see the shards of glass that form the top of this skyscraper as they disappear upwards into the sky.
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Failure to present the voucher at The Shard will result in you being denied entry.
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Shakespeare's Globe Exhibition is the world's largest exhibition devoted to Shakespeare and the London in which he lived and worked. Housed beneath the reconstructed Globe Theatre on London's Bankside, the exhibition explores the remarkable story of the Globe, and brings Shakespeare's world to life using a range of interactive displays and live demonstrations.
Visitors to the exhibition can discover how shows were produced in the theatres of Shakespeare's time, from writing and rehearsals to music, dance and performance. There are opportunities to learn about the traditional crafts and techniques used during the process of rebuilding the Globe; to find out how special effects were produced in Shakespeare's time, to listen to recordings from some of the most memorable Shakespearean performances ever, or join the cast and add your own voice to a scene recorded by Globe actors; to create your own Shakespearean phrases in the word jungle; to watch a sword-fighting display and browse the costume collection, where you can learn about the extraordinary methods used in creating clothes 400 years ago.
A visit to the Exhibition includes a guided tour of the theatre where expert guide-storytellers provide fascinating half hour tours of the auditorium, taking visitors on a journey through time back to Elizabethan London as well as the reconstruction process of the 1980's-90's and how the wooden 'o' works today as an imaginative and experimental theatrical space.
An exhibition visit and theatre tour lasts about one and a half hours. Information sheets are available in English, large print, German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Polish, Romanian, Chinese and Japanese.
NB: There is no access to the theatre during matinee performances. Visitors will be taken to the nearby archaeological site of the Rose Theatre, Bankside's first playhouse.
Dates & Times
Exhibition Opening Times
|15 Oct - 31 Jan:
||10.00 - 17.00 (Exhibition & Globe Tour)
|01 Feb - 20 Apr:
||09.00 - 17.00 (Exhibition & Globe Tour)
|21 Apr - 14 Oct (Mon):
||09.00 - 17.00 (Exhibition & Globe Tour)
|21 Apr - 14 Oct (Tue - Sat):
||09.00 - 12.30 (Exhibition & Globe Tour)
13.00 - 17.00 (Exhibition & Rose Tour)
|21 Apr - 14 Oct (Sun):
||09.00 - 11.30 (Exhibition & Globe Tour)
12.00 - 17.00 (Exhibition & Rose Tour)
|24 - 25 Dec:
Tours begin every 15-30 minutes during opening hours and last approximately 30 to 40 minutes. The Exhibition takes approximately 45 minutes to view so we recommend an hour and a half (minimum) for a visit.
Tower of London
01 Mar - 31 Oct
|Tue - Sat
||09.00 - 17.30
|Sun - Mon
||10.00 - 17.30
(Last entry 17.00)
1 Nov - 28 Feb
|Tue - Sat
||09.00 - 16.30
|Sun - Mon
||10.00 - 16.30
(Last entry 16.00)
- We recommend that you allow 2-3 hours for your visit to the Tower.
- All internal buildings close 30 minutes after the last admission
- The Tower is only closed on 24-26 December (inclusive) and 1 January.
- The last Yeoman Warder tour starts at 14.30 (winter), 15.30 (summer).
- 19 January 2016 – closed from 13.00hrs
Closes: 22.00 (last entry 20.30)
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