Tower Hill Memorial stands on the south side of the gardens of Trinity Square, London, close to The Tower of London. The Memorial Register may be consulted at Trinity House Corporation, Trinity Square (Cooper's Row entrance), Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DH, which can be found behind the memorial. Tel: 020 7481 6900.
Trinity Square Gardens is open daily from 08:00 and closes 30 minutes before dusk. Trinity Square Gardens is not open on Christmas Day and therefore the memorial is not accessible.
The Tower Hill Memorial commemorates men and women of the Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleets who died in both World Wars and who have no known grave. It stands on the south side of the garden of Trinity Square, London, close to The Tower of London. The Memorial Register may be consulted at Trinity House Corporation, Trinity Square (Cooper's Row entrance), Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DH, which will be found behind the Memorial. Tel: 020 7481 6900.
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