Tower Bridge is one of London's most famous landmarks. The most striking feature are of course the two neo-gothic towers that gave the bridge its name. Walking over the large bridge, you enjoy a beautiful view of London, and through the glass walkway you can even look straight down onto the river Thames. Furthermore, the towers are home to Tower Bridge Exhibition, where you learn about the construction and maintanance of the bridge.
How to get there
Tower Bridge is located east of London's centre. If you want to cross it by car, follow A100. The bridge is easily accessible by tube. Circle Line and District Line both stop at the station Tower Hill, which is located at the north bank of the Thames, right by the bridge.