Get Tower Bridge tickets and visit one of London’s most impressive sites and most recognizable landmarks. Built in 1894, the bridge is still used today, with the lift regularly raised to allow ships to pass. Enjoy the spectacular views of London along the walkway’s new glass floor and The Tower Bridge Exhibition tells the story of its construction and history through interactive displays and videos.
Open every day, book Tower Bridge tickets starting from just £9.80!
- Adults: £9.80
- Child (5-15): £4.20
- Senior (60 +): £6.80
- Infant: Free
Tower Bridge Exhibition
Tickets include entrance to the Tower Bridge Exhibition. Admire the magnificent views of London, including popular landmarks such as St. Pauls Cathedral, explore the two famous towers, discover the Victorian engine rooms and learn about the history that has shaped this important site.
A grand Victorian Staircase will lead you back in time to the late 1800’s. Here, discover the rich history of the Tower and the events that have shaped it over the course of the last centuries.
Tower Bridge Glass Floor:
A glass floor 42 metres above ground on the high-levels walkway gives you extraordinary views over London and popular landmarks such as St. Pauls Cathedral. As you cross the river Thames you’ll see the iconic London buses, black cabs and pedestrians passing below on the bridge deck, and river vessels that sail under it.
Discover the wonderfully maintained steam engines, furnaces and accumulators that were used to raise the Tower Bridge bascules when large ships wanted to pass. Hands on explanations and panels will explain the clever hydraulic technology used to keep the bridge operating.
more About Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge, constructed from 1886 to 1894, is a combination of a suspension and draw bridge. Located close to the Tower of London, the bridge connects the two banks of the River Thames and can open to allow the passage of large ships. It consists of two bridge towers, each designed to withstand the tremendous horizontal and vertical forces. The bridge deck is free to access for both vehicles and pedestrians, whilst the towers, high-level walkway and Victorian engine rooms can be viewed as part of the Tower Bridge Exhibition.
April – September 10:00 – 17:30 (last admission)
October – March 09:30 – 17:00 (last admission)
*Tower Bridge Exhibition is closed 24 – 26 December and open from 10:00 on 1 January
how to get to Tower bridge
**Hop-on Hop-off BUs Tour**
Recommended for those looking for a hassle-free way to visit not only Tower Bridge but also the many other London attractions such as Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament. This hop-on and hop-off bus service is a fast and cost-effective way to do so. Prices start from £30 per person, and the ticket includes three different bus routes and a multi-language commentary. For more details and tickets click here
by public transport:
- The nearest underground stop is Tower Hill station, which operates on the District and Circle lines. London Bridge station is also a short distance away, which operates on the Jubilee and Northern Lines.
- The nearest train stations are London Bridge, Fenchurch Street or Tower Gateway DLR Stations.
Address: Tower Hill Coach and Car Park. 50 Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6DP