What to Expect from Tower Bridge Exhibition
A visit to Tower Bridge Exhibition is the most exciting way to
explore and experience the most famous Bridge in the world. Within
the Bridge's iconic structure and magnificent Victorian Engine
rooms there is plenty to see and do!
After watching a new animated video about why Tower Bridge was
built, guests can walk into the high level Walkways, 42 metres
above the River Thames. This offers visitors the chance to admire
stunning panoramic views of London, spying such popular landmarks
as St Paul's Cathedral and the Monument to the west and St
Katharine Docks leading to Canary Wharf to the east.
The East Walkway houses the exhibition 'Great Bridges of the
World' - this photographic exhibition features over 20 Bridges,
each of which represents a breathtaking feat of engineering. In the
south tower a short video shows the construction of the Bridge,
before guests proceed to the West Walkway where they can view our
NEW stylish exhibition,
Sixties'. Here, visitors can admire stunning
photographs of the people, places, events and designs
that epitomise this revolutionary decade.
Continue on to the original lifting machinery in the Victorian
Engine Rooms, complete with sounds and smells that transport you
back in time to the Bridge's origins. You will also experience a
virtual Bridge lift, providing you with a unique view of the
Bascules being raised. And currently on display is
'Art at the Bridge #5', our latest exhibition in partnership
with Southwark Arts Forum.
A final visit to the Gift Shop before leaving provides an
opportunity to take home a memento of your day.
How to Book Tickets
Individual and family tickets for Tower Bridge Exhibition as
well as joint tickets for Tower Bridge Exhibition and the Monument
can be purchased on the day from our ticket office based at the
North West Tower and in advance from our
online booking system. Group tickets for 10 or more people can
be purchased at the Tower Bridge ticket office only.
Tower Bridge Exhibition, inside the Most Famous Bridge in the
World, is a must see attraction for any visitor to London. In order
to help make your visit a truly memorable occasion, we have
provided all the information you will need to plan your day. Read
more below about our opening times, prices, how to find us and the
range of activities and special events we have to offer.
Our content is always changing at Tower Bridge Exhibition! Read
about our latest special exhibitions in our
news and events section.
Visiting with children? Give them an adventure to remember and
download the fun new
Guy Fox Explore Kit
Summer opening hours:
|April - September
||10:00 - 18:00 (last admission
Winter opening hours:
|October - March
||09:30 - 17:30 (last admission
NOTE: Tower Bridge Exhibition is closed 24 - 26
December and open from 10.00 on the 1 January.
Download the Tower Bridge Exhibition leaflet
|Child (aged 5-15)
|Child (under 5)
|Family tickets from
Admission Prices section for our complete range of ticket
prices, including group discounted rates.
How to Find Us
The main entrance of Tower Bridge Exhibition is located at the
North West Tower of the Bridge; allowing entrance into the Bridge’s
iconic structure. On exiting the Bridge, follow the painted
blue line on the floor which leads you directly to the magnificent
Victorian Engine Rooms and the second part of your tour,
located on the south side of the Bridge at river level on Shad
Tower Bridge Exhibition is fully accessible and toilets are
available inside the Exhibition. For details please download
Access for All Guide or visit the
For help planning your day out visit the
Journey Planner section on the Transport for London
The following bus routes will take you to Tower Bridge: 15, 42,
Tower Hill station can be accessed from the
District and Circle lines to the north side of the Bridge.
London Bridge station crosses the Northern and
Jubilee lines brings you to the south bank of the River Thames with
Tower Bridge just a short walk away.
Reach Tower Bridge Exhibition from either London Bridge,
Fenchurch Street or Tower Gateway DLR Stations.
The nearest 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.
Download our Local Parking Information for Cars and
Coaches. Groups and Tours
and Tours benefit from a discounted rate reserved especially
for groups. Introductory Talks, Private Evening Tours and Behind
the Scenes Tours should all be arranged in advance.
For school groups Key Stage 3 education packs are available in
History, Science and Geography.
Bringing the family? Tower Bridge Exhibition has teamed up with
other great London attractions to produce quizzes, activities and
other fun games for children to enjoy, all of which can be
downloaded before your visit. Learn more about our fantastic