62-gun salute by the Tower of London (Nov 2016)

, Tower Hill, London 51.508599 -0.076331
Dates & Time:
1 PM
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Free to watch
0203 166 6000
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The Honourable Artillery Company (HAC) will be firing a 62-gun salute at Gun Wharf by the Tower of London, to mark Prince Charles' 68th birthday.

We all know what he really wants for his birthday (the throne), but the Queen shows no sign of giving him that. So it will probably be socks again this year.

Happy birthday, Charlie!

Note: Another gun salute will take place one hour earlier in Green Park.

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Craig’s review – “A bit of bad weather is good. If you can't visit the Tower of London at night then try and come here when it's wet. And I mean proper wet: getting drenched wet. Rain like grey paint that clears the crowds and shows you what it was like 1,000 years ago when the only visitors were prisoners.There are only three places in London where I genuinely dread the crowds: the… continued”

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