In a small grassy depression directly opposite the Houses of Parliament can be found a small stone tower, which happens to be a 14th century building that is open to the public as a small museum.
About Jewel TowerThe Jewel Tower is a 14th-century surviving element of the royal Palace of Westminster.
The small stone building sits opposite Parliament and has a modest display inside about its various history as royal wardrobe storage to housing imperial standards measures, and House of Lords archive.
Has a small cafe in the ground floor, which is basic, but useful in this part of town.
Link to Jewel Tower's website
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to Jewel Tower
The nearest station is Westminster Tube Station which is 0.1 miles away.