Royal Armouries Museum Leeds - free also Fareham - free  (London ticket prices apply)

Royal Armouries Museum Leeds - free also Fareham - free (London ticket prices apply)

Found 7th Apr
Royal Armouries MuseumFive floors of stunning displays

Only a short distance from the city centre at Leeds Dock.

Explore arms and armour from across the world and through time.

Learn more about the objects, their uses, and the people behind them in our entertaining daily talks. Open daily 10 am – 5 pm
Fort Nelson Explore 19 acres of ramparts, outer fortifications, secret underground tunnels, and ammunition bunkers at this fully restored Victorian fort.

Fort Nelson sits on top of Portsdown Hill, near Fareham in Hampshire. It is 10 minutes drive from Fareham, and 17 miles east of Southampton.Open daily 10 am – 5 pm
White TowerExplore royal arms and armour in the iconic White Tower within the Tower of London.

For nearly 1,000 years this iconic Norman keep, built by William the Conquerer, has stood by the banks of the river Thames; a symbol of royal power, a royal residence, and home to their organisations of state.

Today the White Tower is a flagship museum showcasing the Royal Armouries’ glittering collection of arms, armour and historical artefacts.

Admission to the Royal Armouries in the White Tower is free, but a ticket must be purchased for entry to the Tower of London.

Open daily 10 am – 5 pm
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This has to be the worst "freebie" ever - namely you can enter a building on a historic site for free, as long as you pay a huge admission fee to get into the site. The people who thought up this, do they really believe tourists are that thick? Of course, its in London, the sinkhole of the country's money, no wonder such a harebrained idea is being sold there.
Isn't it always free in Leeds?!?
kendzi114 m ago

Isn't it always free in Leeds?!?

devlino56 s ago


thats why its in the freebies
I went to the Leeds one earlier this year - it's alright, but to be honest once you've seen the first 20 suits of armour and swords the next 14,000 get a bit boring.
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