Tower Bridge London Tickets
Is Tower Bridge Exhibition fully accessible?
We're delighted to confirm that Tower Bridge Exhibition is fully accessible. There is lift access taking visitors to all levels in the towers and the Engine Rooms meaning that visitors can enjoy all parts of this iconic landmark. Accessible toilets are available once inside the Exhibition, located in the towers and in the Engine Rooms. Visit our Access for All page for more details.
Can I take my belongings into the Exhibition
As Tower Bridge remains a working bridge we are unable to offer bag storage or a cloakroom on site, but you will be able to take your belongings with you. We do not restrict the use of prams, pushchairs or wheelchairs within the Exhibition spaces.
Do you run tours at Tower Bridge?
We offer a great range of guided tours, with which you can explore the Bridge’s iconic structure, current exhibitions and magnificent Victorian Engine Rooms. If you are looking for that something extra special we offer a 'Behind the Scenes' tour, where you will be taken to areas which are usually out of bounds to visitors. Find out more about our tours here.
Do you offer any special visits for schools?
Our fantastic learning programme offers pupils the chance to explore the history and engineering of this iconic structure and its environment through fascinating hands-on workshops. Visit our learning pages here.
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