The Tower, built during the end of the Norman Conquest of England has served as a castle, a prison, and now, a tourist attraction. While efforts have been made towards accessibility, the age of the building means that some modifications are impossible and large parts are inaccessible to wheelchair users and others with limited mobility.
As stated on the website:
Disabled visitors receive a concession rate admission ticket and are entitled to bring an accompanying carer free of charge.
Please note that carer tickets can only be obtained on the day of your visit upon presentation of proof of registered disability.
For those in wheelchairs
The majority of the site is covered in cobblestone and can be very uncomfortable in a wheelchair
First-come-first-serve wheelchairs are available free of charge at the welcome center
Virtual tours are available for some locations
The Jewel House containing the Crown Jewels is the only building that is fully accessible