Tower Bridge and Exhibition – Discover the Victorian engineering
Tower Bridge – is an iconic Victorian London landmark and the most famous bridge in the world. It was opened in 1894 to ease road traffic while maintaining river access to the busy Pool of London docks. It is a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London which crosses the River Thames. It is connecting the East End borough of Tower Hamlets with the south-east borough of Southwark
The spectacular views for Tower Bridge is bridge lift. See the whole year time table for your plan to visit the Bridge
Tower Bridge & The exhibition – its new feature Glass Floor
Tower Bridge Exhibition – This Exhibition is a great option for those tourists that wish to truly explore this London icon. It is partly located in the bridge’s walkways. These walkways offer a terrific view both east and west. The exhibition also allows London tourists to explore the bridge’s magnificent twin towers as well as the engine rooms, which are a wonderful example of Victorian engineering.
Free to visit the Bridge. Exhibition has a paid option to access.
Nearest Tube: Tower Hill (Circle Line; District Line), London Bridge (Jubilee Line; Northern Line)
Address: Bridge Road, London SE1 2UP. See in Google Map and download it.
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