Tower Bridge Tickets
About Tower Bridge
This must see London attraction invites you to step inside the most famous bridge in the world to explore its iconic structure, spectacular views and glass floor, modern exhibitions and magnificent Victorian Engine Rooms!
Experience the new glass floor and stunning London views from the high-level walkways and continue to the Victorian Engine Rooms to learn about the inner workings of the most famous bridge in the world.
Tower Bridge was built 120 years ago to ease road traffic while maintaining river access to the busy Pool of London docks. Built with giant moveable roadways that lift up for passing ships, it is to this day considered an engineering marvel and beyond being one of London’s favourite icons, it is arguably one of the most famous and instantly recognisable structures in the entire world.
Since 1982, Tower Bridge Exhibition has told the history of the bridge and why it came into existence through fascinating exhibition content. Visitors can also experience the exciting new glass floor and spectacular panoramic views from the high level Walkways as well as the Victorian Engine Rooms, which house the beautiful steam engines that once powered the bridge lifts. This must-see attraction is the only way to explore the most famous bridge in the world!
Opening Times & Itinerary
Tower Bridge is open 0930 - 1800 (Last entry at 17:00)
Please present your E-Ticket upon arrival at Tower Bridge Road, London, SE1 2UP.
Queues are outside (so please check the weather) Wear comfortable shoes for walking up the Tower (lifts are available for those who require them) Be aware that only small bags are permitted nd all bags are subjected to search
Due to scheduled maintenance work, our lift in the North Tower will be out of service from 8 January to early March. Stairs to the Walkways will be available as usual. There will be an alternative accessible route available using the lift at the South Tower, which is 350 metres away and visitors will need to cross the road. If visitors have access needs, they should speak to a member of staff upon arrival.
From 22 January to 2 February, there are scheduled maintenance works taking place on the Bridge that may affect our arrival and queuing area. Visitors should speak to a member of staff on arrival at the ticket office to be directed accordingly.
Disabled Access There are two lifts up to the Walkways, one in the North Tower of the Bridge and one in the South Tower.
There’s an external lift to access the Engine Rooms entrance and the Tower Bridge Gift Shop from bridge level to the Thames footpath level. It is located on the southeast side of the Bridge.
Wheelchairs are available at both Ticket Office and Engine Rooms entrances to borrow for your visit.
Children are 5- 15 years. Under 5 travel FREE