Are there any resources to help with a self-guided visit?
Before your visit, download and print out our free self-guided visit resources. These packs contain background information for teachers about the history of Tower Bridge and its heritage, including a suggested trail, key facts about notable places on the Bridge, an explanation about the scientific processes used in the Engine Rooms and discussion prompts to use on the day.
The pack also contains four worksheets for your pupils to fill in during their visit (pages 10 to 13) – along with the answers to each one (page 9).
Curriculum links: History, STEM, English
Topics: Bridges, Rivers, London, the Victorians
Our free learning resources for KS1 and KS2 pupils are a fantastic way to consolidate learning after a visit to Tower Bridge. Download them here.
Where do I need to go on the day?
Bring your group and booking documents to the Ticket Office, located at the base of the North West Tower, at the time and date stated on your tickets. (See the map on your booking document/E-ticket.)
Tower Bridge can be accessed via public transport on a variety of different routes. See the Transport for London Journey Planner to find your quickest way here.