- Walk the Bridge 42 Metre High Walkway
- Step onto the spectacular glass floor
- Learn the History of Tower Bridge
- Visit the Victorian Engine Rooms
- The timeslot you select is NOT your guaranteed entry time. This is just a guideline for your expected arrival time. Once you exchange your voucher at the Ticket Office, you will be granted entry at the next available timeslot on the day.
- On the 2nd Saturday of every month Tower Bridge will not open to the general public until 11:50am.
- On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, we recommend visiting before 2pm as the attraction can get busy in the afternoon and you might not be guaranteed entry after this time.
- Closed between 24 - 26 December and open from 10:00am on 1 January.
- The Tower Bridge Ticket Office and entrance are located on the west side of the North Tower.
- Your e-ticket will be checked by our team once you arrive.
- Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled entry time to allow time for queuing and security checks.
- All bags, wheelchairs and pushchairs will be searched. Maximum bag size of 45cm x 35cm x 20cm.
- Your pre-booked ticket will not offer you fast-track entry into Tower Bridge.
- Cancellation policy: Tickets can be cancelled up to 24 hours before your entry time.
One of London’s most iconic landmarks, Tower Bridge has a fascinating history spanning over 135 years. Did you know it took 8 years to build and over 11,000 tonnes of steel were used for the Towers and Walkways? Discover interesting stories and more as you wander through the walkways and engage with the interactive displays and exhibitions.
A visit to Tower Bridge wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the incredible Walkways and Glass Floors. Walk across the high-level Walkways and enjoy panoramic views of London’s famous locations and landmarks. At 42 metres above the Thames, you’ll soak in sights of Sir Christopher Wren’s masterpiece St Paul’s Cathedral, Canary Wharf, the historic Greenwich, Tower of London, the City, The Shard and much more.
Installed in 2014, the Glass Floors allow you to admire the hustle and bustle of the capital from right beneath your feet. Watch London’s double-decker buses and black taxis pass by as well as the boats and cruise ships. Amazingly, 800 vessels still pass through the bridge each year!
Once you’ve taken in the sights, travel back in time to the Victorian age as you venture into the atmospheric Engine Rooms to uncover the machinery and people that worked here. Operated by hydraulic power, you’ll explore the original steam engines that raised the bascules of the bridge and see how these bascules still rise today to let ships pass through.
Tower Bridge Open daily: 09:30 to 18:00 (last admission at 17:00)
Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2UP
Nearest Train Station: London Bridge, Fenchurch Street or Tower Gateway DLR
Nearest Underground: Tower Hill or London Bridge
Bus Routes: 15, 42, 78,100, RV1
Golden Tours act as an official agent for these activities, as such you are subject to the terms and conditions of the supplier.