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An iconic London landmark and one of Britain's best loved historic sites, Tower Bridge is open to the public 363 days a year. Within the Bridge's iconic structure and magnificent Victorian Engine rooms, the Tower Bridge Exhibition is the best way of...more
This tour doesn't come up as one of the major attractions, but it should. It's absolutely worth a look to marvel at the ingenuity of Victorian engineering. The engine room is to die for for mechanical nerds, and the glass floor in the overhead walkways...More
Interesting monument - looks good from the distance, but not much to see/do onsite. It provides good view of the Thames river, especially HMS Belfast (the battleship serving as a museum). The Tower fortress can also be seen from the bridge.
We walked to the bridge from the train station. When we came upon the bridge it was a ‘wow’ moment. As we strolled the length of the bridge taking in the sights along the rivers edge it was exhilarating.
This spectacular landmark never fails to impress. I worked close by Tower Bridge and walked by it every day. I was always taken with the beauty of this structure.
The bridge is located in an area with loads of other things to see and do....More
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We were able to take the lift up and down to the walkways, so we totally avoided the stairs. Walking across each of the two walkways is not that far, and you can take your time. It is well worth the walk. The visit to the... More
We were able to take the lift up and down to the walkways, so we totally avoided the stairs. Walking across each of the two walkways is not that far, and you can take your time. It is well worth the walk. The visit to the pump room does require more walking, but that is something you can choose to skip if you are too tired or unable to finish the tour. Since it is a self-guided tour, taking your time and using the lift should make everything accessible for you. Just ask when you are getting tickets about the lift and they will show you the way.