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Tower of London for the "sensitive"

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Is it possible to visit the Tower of London and avoid the more frightening parts? A few of the children and an adult in our group are quite sensitive. The crown jewels they would love but definitely not the more bloodied and gruesome parts of the Tower's history. Is it possible to split up our group and have some get the full tour and others bypass this? Or are their signs and photos everywhere so this is an unrealistic idea? Thanks

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