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On Sunday 13 June, Inside Out London will transform Tower Bridge Road into a large outdoor art gallery in celebration of the UEFA Euro 2020 football tournament.
How about picking up a bit of Cockney rhyming slang? Rhyming slang is believed to have originated in the East End of London in the 1840s, so we would bet there was a bit of it spoken amongst our workforce in the 1880s. Find out more.
Imagine an organisation that has been around for over 700 years, is responsible for two of the world’s most famous structures and yet is almost unheard of, even in its own city.
How much were people paid to work on Tower Bridge?
But what was it like to live in 1880s and 1890s London? Most importantly, what did they eat?
Discover the song at the heart of the Bridge and experience the – until now – hidden sounds of Tower Bridge in a new immersive exhibition, ‘Making the Bridge Sing’.
Find out about the latest discovery in our quest to uncover the Bridge's human history.
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​Lucy Hunter announced as Tower Bridge's 125th anniversary documentary photographer
'The Tower Bridge Cat book', written by Tee Dobinson and illustrated by Steve Cox, has won the Association for Cultural Enterprises's (ACE) Best Product Award for the category of 'Best Children's Publication over £1m'.