Normally limited to winter months when things are a bit quieter — the behind the scenes tours have resumed at Tower Bridge.
Considering how iconic Tower Bridge is as a symbol of London, it’s difficult to believe that just 50 years ago there were plans to replace it with a tunnel.
This coming Thursday evening (3rd Oct) will be a chance to see an experimental boat passing under Tower Bridge.
To celebrate 125 years of Tower Bridge, it will be hosting a series of one-off talks inside the the South Tower.
At the end of this month, the famous bridge will mark it’s 125th anniversary, and is offering entry for just £1.25 all weekend.
Next week will be a very rare chance to see the last of the government’s ocean-going Royal Mail Ships on a visit to London.
This winter, the behind the scenes tours of Tower Bridge return, offering access into the engineering spaces, and the huge bascule chambers under the main bridge.
The huge empty bascule chamber underneath Tower Bridge is the setting for a video projection & sound installation inspired by the Blitz photography of Arthur Cross & Fred Tibbs.
Underneath Tower Bridge are two huge empty chambers, but later this month they will be filled with music.
There is a chance to have a personal item locked into a time capsule and buried under the pavement on Tower Bridge
With a length of 34 metres, a massive suspension bridge made from Lego bricks has gone on display in London.