Temporary suspension of guided tours

Please note: Guided tours bookings have been temporarily suspended due to social distancing requirements inside Tower Bridge. Please check back soon for further information or register for our newsletter to receive updates directly to your inbox. Self-guided tickets are available to buy online or from the ticket office

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Guided tour with BSL

Experience a guided tour of Tower Bridge, led by one of our expert guides and an accredited British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter.

Discover the history of the Bridge through the stories of those that designed, constructed and maintained it. Enjoy all the Bridge has to offer - get up close and personal with the iconic Towers, marvel at the amazing views from the high-level Walkway and Glass Floor, then head down to the Engine Rooms, where the original Victorian Engines are on display.

Combining key facts with anecdotes, a guided tour brings with BSL brings the iconic structure to life and is the ultimate way to discover London’s defining landmark.

Essential information 

Event type: Tour with BSL
Time: Last Saturday of every month at 11:00 
Price: Included with your entry ticket. 
Duration: 1.5 hours
Capacity: 1-9
Pre-booking required: Yes

How to Book: 
Call +44 (0) 207 407 9191 or email bookings@towerbridge.org.uk.

What to expect

Who is the tour for?

Anyone can attend our public tours that occur on the last Saturday of every month. Pre-booking is required. 

Can I book a private tour?

Private guided tours with BSL are available at a cost of £70 per tour.

If you are interested in booking a tour with us, email bookings@towerbridge.org.uk with your requirements. 

What our visitors say

I recently visited Tower Bridge as part of an arranged tour for deaf visitors. We had a great guide called Ovidiu and a sign language interpreter who translated everything so we could understand what was being said. The view was amazing , staff very informative, glass floor breath-taking and an overall excellent great morning.Most of all, I am glad that the Tower Bridge provided a BSL interpreter and made our visit accessible. 

June 2019

I felt motivated and happy to walk around and take photos on my phone. I looked over the cars and lorry driving on the past way on road. Wow! I was able to ask many questions to our brilliant guide Ovidiu and have an interpreter translate his talk about the engine room. I hope I will come back again in one day. Thanks for organising the tour and sign language interpreter. 

June 2019