As part of the 125th anniversary of Tower Bridge, during the anniversary weekend (Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 June) visitors with advance tickets will receive a free Tower Bridge guidebook.
See inside Tower Bridge and discover the stories behind the engineering, the people, the architecture and the city that built London’s defining landmark.
Explore the iconic Towers and Victorian Engine Rooms, watch city life unfold from the high-level Walkways and Glass Floors, and if you’re lucky, witness the magic of a Bridge Lift beneath your feet.
Visitors are advised to allow additional time for security checks and lift access up to the Walkways. Entry into the Walkways cannot be guaranteed for a specific time at peak times or during bridge lifts.
You can take pictures anywhere on the Bridge or in the Engine Rooms. There are special windows that open in the Walkways so that you can take pictures without having glass in front of the camera lens.
Tower Bridge is fully accessible to all visitors. There are lifts to take visitors to all levels in the Towers and Walkways, and the Engine Rooms are a short distance away on the south side of the Bridge. There is also a lift to take visitors down to the river level and the guide in the lift will happily direct you on your exit. Alternatively please ask for an Access for All guide when making your reservation. Wheelchairs are also available for visitors use.
In order to gain entry you must present a printed copy of your voucher.
Please take your voucher/confirmation to the entrance at the north side (Tower Hill side) along with photo ID for entrance to Tower Bridge.