Tower Bridge Exhibition and Walkway
Do you fancy walking across the new walkway at Tower Bridge in London?
The brand new and spectacular glass floor across the high-level Walkways of Tower Bridge offer visitors a never-seen-before view of London life, from 42 metres above the River Thames. Look down to spy those famous red London buses and pedestrians whizzing over the Bridge while river vessels sail under it – and if you're lucky, the truly magical experience of the bascules being raised beneath your feet.
The glass floor measures 11 metres long and 1.8 metres wide and comprise of panels weighing 530 kilograms each.
But it's not just about the walkway, you also get a full tour of Tower Bridge, including visitng the Engine rooms as well as learning all about the history of Tower Bridge in London.
Choose just tickets, or combine your Tower Bridge experience with afternoon tea or even a River Thames cruise.
Tower Bridge Exhibition Experiences in London
1. 25% off Tower Bridge Exhibition and Thames Cruise for Two
See the iconic River Thames from the best vantage points with this excellent package, perfect for exploring the capital. Visit the Tower Bridge exhibition - an impressive 42 metres above the Thames, it offers panoramic views of the city and is filled with information about the structure that dominates the riverscape. See the Victorian Engine Room and step back in time to the era when this magnificent bridge was built. Throughout the day, travel in style on the River Thames with two hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tickets and cruise between four piers, taking in unique views of London landmarks along the way. Cruising is the best way to sightsee!
2. Tower Bridge Exhibition and Two-Course Lunch at Ping Pong for Two
Get up close and personal to London's most famous structure with an exhibition at Tower Bridge. Combine the trip with an exquisite two-course meal at nearby Ping Pong and you've got the makings of a grand day out along the Thames. The Tower Bridge exhibition, 42 m above the river's surface, offers eye-opening snippets of history and facts about the iconic edifice. Visit the Victorian Engine Rooms and step along the bridge's pulse-quickening glass floor. When hunger strikes, take a leisurely riverside walk to Ping Pong for delicious Chinese cuisine. Tuck into a two-course set lunch of one main and one dessert with a soft drink. Relax in the restaurant's contemporary surroundings, which feature hints of the traditional ancient Chinese tea house.
3. Tower Bridge Exhibition and Lunch with Cocktails for Two at Ping Pong
Step inside the iconic Tower Bridge, and delve right back to the beginning with a visit to the atmospheric Victorian Engine Rooms, which still feature all the original machinery including the authentic coal smell - you
4. Visit to the Tower Bridge Exhibition with Lunch and Cocktail at Ping Pong for Two
Check out London's most famous bridge and explore its glass floor, historic rooms and museum, then dine on tasty dim sum dishes at a nearby restaurant with this Visit to the Tower Bridge Exhibition and Lunch with Cocktail at Ping Pong. The Tower Bridge Exhibition was first opened back in the 1980s, and now, more than 30 years later, it's got a glass floor giving you a stomach-dropping view of the bridge and river below, meaning if you're lucky you might even see the bridge's bascules rise to let a ship pass by underneath. There's also a small museum, Victorian Engine Room and a collection of historical pieces spanning (pun) the bridge's 120-year-ish history. Before or after your Tower Bridge Exhibition trip you'll also get to enjoy several tasty dim sum dishes at the nearby Ping Pong St Katherine's Dock, with the likes of vegetable spring rolls, beef and kimchi gyoza and salted caramel mochi all on the menu. Along with your food there's also a cocktail to help wash it down, adding some fruity boozy goodness to a great London day out!
5. Tower Bridge Exhibition and Lunch at dim t for Two
Explore the history of one of the most iconic structures in London with two tickets for the Tower Bridge Exhibition. Witness extraordinary views across the River Thames and the capital from 42 metres up, including a stomach-turning view through the spectacular glass floor on the high-level walkways. The exhibition takes guests on a journey through the history of the bridge, including a visit to the Victorian engine room, which showcases the authentic machinery used that was once used to power the raising of Tower Bridge
6. Tower Bridge Exhibition and Afternoon Tea for Two
Discover the fascinating history behind one of the world