Tower Bridge stands 140ft above the city so the views are unsurprisingly unmissable.
Get stunning views not only across the Thames, but down through the spectacular glass floor, and get the unique opportunity to photograph tiny London buses, boats and passers-by beneath your feet!
You may even be able to watch the bridge’s mighty bascules open beneath you. For a schedule of the Bridge lifts please click here.
Completed in 1894, Tower Bridge was instantly hailed as a London icon and architectural marvel.
Learn the fascinating story of how it was designed and built for Queen Victoria, with state-of-the-art videos and interactive panels.
Your ticket also includes a visit to the Victorian Engine Rooms, to discover the original machinery that powered the bridge’s lifts when it was first built.
(5-10 minutes’ walk from Tower Bridge)
The tallest isolated stone column in the world, 200ft-high Monument was designed by Sir Christopher Wren, famous for designing St Paul’s Cathedral. When it was built to commemorate the beginning of the Great Fire of London in 1666, it was the tallest building in London!
Climb the 311-step spiral staircase for spectacular views of the historic City of London, where old and new buildings blend together to form the famous skyline.
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2015
The Tower Bridge Exhibition has been awarded the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2015 for its excellent customer reviews. Visitors praised the beautiful views of London, and the displays about the iconic bridge's history.
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