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Entry to Tower Bridge and The Monument to the Great Fire of London

  • Gain entry to 2 of London’s most iconic sites
  • Climb the monument to the Great Fire of London and enjoy unique 360° views of the city
  • Learn about the historic event; the causes, controversy and devastation
  • Explore inside Tower Bridge – one of London’s most iconic pieces of architecture
  • Cross the Bridge’s 42-metre high walkway, with its spectacular glass-bottomed floor
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Adult  (aged 16+) $16.70
Adult concession  (Disabled visitor) $12.53
Student  (aged 16+ with ID) $12.53
Senior  (aged 60+ with ID) $12.53
Child  (aged 5 to 15) $8.35
Infant  (aged 0 to 4) $0.00
Total $ 0.00
Deposit for Entry to Tower Bridge and The Monument to the Great Fire of London
A flaming golden orb stands at the junction of Monument Street and Fish Street Hill, a permanent reminder of the 6 day Great Fire of London in 1666, that devastated the medieval City of London, including St. Pauls Cathedral and an estimated 13,200 houses.

The Great Fire started on Pudding Lane, 202 feet away from where the Monument now stands, at the bakery of Thomas Farriner, and was documented most famously in the Diary of Samuel Pepys. You will get to climb to the top of the 64 metre golden monument to enjoy 360° views of London, discover the devastation caused by the fire, and which notable London landmarks needed rebuilding.

If you have time after your tour, head over to Giltspur Street (a 20-minute walk away) to see the Golden Boy of Pye Corner – a statue to commemorate where the fire was finally stopped.

Built between 1886 and 1894 to ease road traffic while maintaining river access to the busy Pool of London docks, Tower Bridge is arguably one of the most recognised landmarks in the world.

See inside the 2 towers at either end of the bridge and discover the stories behind the engineering, architecture and people that built the bridge. Will you be brave enough to cross the 42 metre, glass-bottomed walkway that connects the two towers?

Enjoy! And remember – don’t call it London Bridge! That’s further up the river.
Additional Information

What you get

  • Entry to The Monument
  • Entry to Tower Bridge

What you don’t get

  • Food and drink
  • Transport
Please Note:
  • Your voucher can be exchanged at either attraction. The second attraction must be visited within 7 days of the first
  • Please be aware that the Bridge’s Walkways and Towers will close to the public at the earlier time of 15.00 (last admission) on Saturday 9 November. The Engine Rooms and shop will remain open as usual.
  • This tour does not include transport to or between the two landmarks
  • The Monument and Tower Bridge are open daily from 9:30am – 5:30pm (last admission 5:00pm)
  • Large bags must be left at the base of the staircase due to limited room
  • The nearest station to the Monument is Monument and to Tower Bridge it is Tower Hill
  • On the third Saturday of every month, Tower Bridge opens at the later time of 10:00am to facilitate Autism Friendly Early Opening sessions
Activity Code : TBM