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About Tower Bridge

An absolute must-see in London, Tower Bridge is an English icon and one of the world’s most famous bridges. See spectacularly sweeping views, the bridge’s glass floors, and century-old Victorian engine rooms. Get Tower Bridge tickets on TodayTix!

As one of London’s most recognizable structures, Tower Bridge uniquely has high-level walkways for stellar photo opportunities, but the mechanics on the inside are just as dynamic. Spanning the River Thames, Tower Bridge is a famed suspension bridge over 125 years old. At 800 feet long, it lands at the Tower of London and features two pedestrian walkways. See it by car or on foot, but first, take a proper tour!

Book your Tower Bridge in London tour today.

Run time

60-90 Minutes

Start date

April 1st, 2023

End date

March 31st, 2025




Children are 5- 15 years. Under 5 travel FREE

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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge Road, London, United Kingdom, SE1 2UP


The main entrance to visit Tower Bridge is located at the base of the North West Tower



Tower Bridge is close to both London Bridge and Fenchurch Street National Rail stations, or Tower Gateway DLR Station. If you are up for a nice walk along the Thames, you can also walk to Tower Bridge from Blackfriars, Cannon Street or City Thameslink stations.


Tower Hill station is a seven-minute walk from Tower Bridge. It can be can be accessed from the District, and Circle lines. It has step-free access from platform to street.

London Bridge station is served by the Northern, and Jubilee lines. Tower Bridge is just a short walk away. It has step-free access from train to street.


Riverboats stop at Tower Pier to the north of the Bridge, and at London Bridge City Pier on the southern side of the Thames. Both are a short walk from Tower Bridge. We advise checking the riverboat providers’ website for their latest schedules.


The following bus routes will take you to Tower Bridge: 15, 42, 78,100, 343.

More information about Tower Bridge

Horace Jones designed and John Wolfe Barry engineered London’s Tower Bridge in the late 1800s. The complexity of this design, with its two pedestrian walkways, movable roadways that lift to let ships pass through, and namesake towers, meant the structure took almost a decade to complete.

Since then, millions have driven or walked over it, and a lucky few have gotten an inside look at its mechanics and inner workings. Tower Bridge was initially created to provide further access to the East End of London. Still, today its purpose has expanded: it attracts visitors worldwide to take in this architectural marvel.

Go where few commuters ever do, and see in the engine rooms how the structure was built and what makes it an architectural feat decades and decades after its initial construction. A few bridges this famous also raise themselves to let ships pass, making Tower Bridge a locomotive spectacle.

What to Watch For

  • Since 1982, Tower Bridge Exhibition has told the bridge's history and why it came into existence. Visitors can also experience the exciting new glass floor and spectacular panoramic views from the high-level Walkways and the Victorian engine rooms, which house the beautiful steam engines that once powered the bridge lifts.
  • Fifty designs were rejected before the right one was greenlit. In 1877, Sir Albert Joseph Altman formed a special committee to begin the bridge-building process; more than 50 designs were submitted. A design was not approved for eight years when it was decided to build a bascule bridge.

Frequently asked questions

What is the running time of Tower Bridge ?

60-90 Minutes

Where is Tower Bridge ?

Tower Bridge is at Tower Bridge, which is located in London, United Kingdom, SE1 2UP.

How much are tickets for Tower Bridge ?

Tower Bridge tickets start at £13.40.

What is the age recommendation for Tower Bridge ?

Children are 5- 15 years. Under 5 travel FREE

How do you get tickets for Tower Bridge ?

Check the top of this page for current availability and exclusive offers on Tower Bridge tickets on TodayTix.

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