Discover the fascinating history, engineering and people of Tower Bridge through hands-on onsite workshops and tours, self-guided visits, or remotely with one of our engaging virtual sessions.

Read on to discover the array of workshops, resources and activities ready for you to enjoy. 

Child with hand boiler at Tower Bridge's Engine Rooms


Teachers and pupils are invited to explore the history and engineering of this iconic structure and its environment through fascinating interactive workshops and resources.

A study of Tower Bridge supports learning in STEM, History, Geography, Careers and Literacy, and provides an ideal case study for topics such as bridges, rivers, icons and London. 

adult and child family activities

Home Educators

Whether you're looking for facilitated workshops or self-led activities, we have plenty to offer the home educator. 

Visit our designated Home Educators page to discover the different ways that we can support your teaching and learning.

A teacher and pupils look at Tower Bridge's coal boilers


We are eager to continue to support your teaching and learning, whether through virtual delivery or in working with you to plan your onsite visit once we are open. 

Email our team to start a conversation about how we can work with you: 

School children / pupils

Learning resources

Explore our rich range of curriculum-linked and creative resources on our learning resource page.

These resources are perfect for a standalone activity, or to embed a Tower Bridge visit into your current topic.


The Monument

The City of London Corporation owns and manages The Monument as well as Tower Bridge.

UK schools can now pre book a self-guided visit to The Monument on Monday to Thursday at either 10am or 10:30am.