All Hallows by the Tower, London


stained glassByward Street
London, EC3R 5BJ

Travel information

Nearest tube station: Tower Hill (District and Circle Lines)
Nearest DLR: Tower Gateway
Local buses: 15, 42, 78, 100, RV1, N15
River boat: Tower Pier


We have a small short-stay car park for visitors and disabled use. An NCP car and coach park is available in Lower Thames Street, just past the church.

Visitor Hours

The church is normally open from 8am-6pm Monday to Friday (5pm in autumn/winter), and from 10am-5pm on Saturday and Sunday except during services. As we are a busy working church, there may be times when your visit is interrupted by our services or events. We suggest that if you are making a special journey to see the church you should contact the church office beforehand.


Admission to the church and museum is by donation.

Arranged visits

Guided Tours

Free guided tours of the church are available most days from 2-4pm between April and October. These short highlight tours present the ideal opportunity to hear first hand about the church’s long and fascinating history


Heritage Tours for groups are available by arrangement throughout the year. These last approx one hour and must be pre-booked, and there is a charge of £5 per person. Please contact the church office (020 7481 2928 or email for details. Self guided groups are welcome to look around the church, but please ensure you book with the church office before your visit as it may not always be convenient for you to come at the time you would wish.

School Visits

All Hallows is home to a highly successful series of Arts in Education programmes for London primary schools, staged in partnership with Clios Company, who specialise in site-specific theatre in education. The November project, “Ultima Britannia”, focuses on life in Roman London during the first century, and our Spring programme “Lundenwic” focuses on the Anglo Saxons.



All Hallows by the Tower is usually open seven days a week except on some bank holidays, and our calendar gives details of our current programme. Our main services are the Sung Eucharist on Sundays at 11am and our weekly Taize service on Wednesdays at 6pm. Please see the website for full details of our daily services.


Worship page


Events page


    The Crypt Museum leads you on a fascinating journey through time, beginning with the Roman tessellated floor of a domestic house from the late 2nd Century and charting the history of the church, its people and the City of London. The museum is in part of the original Saxon church and contains Roman and Saxon artefacts, church plate and ancient registers recording the baptism of William Penn and the marriage of John Quincy-Adams.

    The Byward Kitchen and Bar is located in the church centre, offering traditional British food in a relaxing setting. Get away from the London hustle in a lovely quiet garden setting or come inside and experience the relaxed ambience and modern decor. Go to for more details.

Facilities for disabled

    The church and cafe have disabled access and toilets, but there is currently no access to the museum and undercroft chapels in the crypt.

Further information


Parish Office

Telephone number

020 7481 2928

Email address

Facsimile number

not available

Website address

All Hallows by the Tower, London