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Tower of London and British Museum Tour

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Is it feasible to see the Tower of London in the morning and finish by 1PM (lunch inclusive) to allow ample time to join a London walks tour of the British Museum beginning at 2?

I don't want to rush out of the tower but if we can see it within three hours without feeling we missed something then I think it is doable. How long does it take to see the sights at the tower including the crown jewels and a beefeater tour and the white tower etc. I was figuring on three hours of touring and then 1 hour for lunch but if you think we need more time for the tower then I won't rush out to try to catch the British museum tour. The British Museum did away with their highlights tour. I know I can see the items on my own but I like the tidbits a guide can add to the experience.

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