Discover our adapted Learning programme, offering engaging and inspiring opportunities for learners, all designed to be safe, accessible, relevant and flexible.   

Our specially designed free virtual workshops, delivered by our experienced Learning team, bring the science and history of the Bridge to life, encouraging pupils to test their problem-solving and enquiry skills.  Our new topic-based resources, featuring films, worksheets  and activities will enhance your topic-based teaching, whether you are studying bridges, rivers, London or icons, and cover STEM, history and literacy areas of the curriculum. 

Whilst we’re not currently hosting facilitated tours and onsite workshops, we have a range of resources to support your self-guided visit. 

We will be adding more content and ways to engage with our programme throughout the term, so be sure to check back regularly.

Collecting inspiration for the workshop

Self-guided tours

We are delighted to be welcoming back schools for self-guided visits this term.  

To make sure everyone has an enjoyable, comfortable and safe visit, we've made some changes to how these visits take place, so have a look at our Self-Guided School Visits page to find out more.  


Online Workshops

We are excited to offer a range of specially-developed workshops which make the most of what digital delivery has to offer.  These are offered free of charge, and can be booked as standalone, or to complement your self-guided visit.  

Raise Tower Bridge with Scratch!

This workshop puts KS2 pupils in control of raising our famous roadway, sharpening their coding skills as they do so.


The Victorian Engine Rooms Challenge

Perfect for KS1 or KS2, this workshop follows the attempts of the hapless Arthur to fix Tower Bridge so that it can avoid disaster and open in time for the approaching ship. Can your pupils help Arthur to fix the Bridge?

Rosie Revere, Engineer!

We can support your delivery of this specially-developed Literacy learning sequence for KS1, through virtual Q&As with your pupils, and resources for your self-guided visit.


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Online resources

These newly developed resources help you to continue using Tower Bridge as part of your teaching. 

Through a lively mixture of films and worksheets, Key Stage 2 pupils will discover why Tower Bridge was needed, how it was constructed, and how it works. 

Jumping Buses workshop

Virtual Q&A

We can offer live or pre-recorded Q&A sessions with your class, and are happy to explore how we can best support your teaching needs.  

Email to discuss how we can help.


School group by the boilers


The Tower Bridge Learning programme places access and inclusion at its heart. We are committed to continuing to support your teaching and learning, so do please get in touch to discuss your needs.


Culture Mile School Visits Fund

The Culture Mile School Visits Fund may be able to support your school visit to Tower Bridge. This fund provides grants of up to £300 towards the costs of admission, transport or teacher cover. 


Home Educators

Speak to our Learning team to find out how we can continue to support your home learning remotely, and be sure to explore our newly-developed online resources.



The Monument

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

Whilst The Monument is currently closed to visitors, we are still delivering a lively Learning programme to support your teaching of the Great Fire of London.