London's iconic opening bridge. It's great to go up the towers and see the stunning views of the Tower of London and the river from the high level walkways. The exhibition tells you all about this Victorian Bridge's history and inner workings.
If you’d like to see Tower Bridge open, you can find scheduled ‘lifting’ times on the Bridge’s website.
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The first part of the exhibition (the towers and high level walkways) is located at the North West tower of the bridge. Then, when you exit the tower, follow the painted blue line on the floor that leads you directly to the bridge’s Victorian Engine Rooms.
Tube: Tower Hill (District and Circle lines) or Tower Gateway (DLR) stations are best. London Bridge station (Northern and Jubilee lines) is also just a short walk away.
Bus: 15, 42, 78,100, RV1.
Train: London Bridge or Fenchurch Street and a short walk.
Car: The nearest (paid) car park is Tower Hill Coach and Car Park situated at 50 Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6DP, situated next to the Tower of London.
Apr-Sep: 10am-6:30pm, last admission: 5:30pm.
Oct-Mar: 9:30am-6pm, last admission: 5pm.
Closed 24 – 26 December and open from 12noon on the 1 January.
Child: (5-15): £3.40.
Under 5s: Free.
Senior (60+): £5.60.
Family (2+2): £18.00.
Family (2+4): £20.00.
Family (2+1): £16.00.
Family (1+2): £12.50.
Group discounts and joint tickets with other attractions are available.
We've tried really hard to make sure that all of this information for this day out is accurate and up-to-date, but please contact Tower Bridge Exhibition before you go, just to make sure.