Tower Bridge was built almost 120 years ago and has the giant moveable roadways passing through the ships. It comes to the most famous structure of the world. Since 1982, the tower bridge has come into existence throughout the captivating exhibition content. It crosses the River Thames that is close to the Tower of London. This bridge is owned and retained by the Bridge House Estates.
View of the Tower Bridge
The visitors can experience the exhilarating glass floors and the spectacular panoramic view that can be a view from the high-level of Walkways. It comes to the most famous attractions of the world. This Bridge is lifted each year up to 850 times. The bridge has two bridge towers that tied together from the upper level with the two horizontal walkways.
The bridge is about 800 feet (240 m) lengthwise with the two towers. Each tower is 213 feet (65 m) high, that is built on the piers. The main bridge deck transmits into two lanes of the road traffic that is between two pedestrian walkways of low-level. It was painted in red, white and blue color for Queen Elizabeth and its colors were afterward restored to the blue and white combination.
The high-level walkways capture the stunning panoramic views to experience the thrill the life in London life throughout the Glass Floor.
The Tower Bridge Tickets
The Bridge is open to all to get tickets to enter into it including children, family and friend tickets. The ticket includes the access to the Tower and also the Crown Jewels display. This London Tower is good for the kids that can provide them with ideal fun as well as education.
The exhibitions in the Tower include the Coins, the Kings and the Line of Kings, the guided tour to Yeoman Warder, the White Tower tour and the children's activity trails. If you buy tickets in advance that would be cheaper than those you purchase on the day of visiting.
The visitors can see the most precious set of jewels in this Tower that are set into robes, swords, and in the crowns. The state Imperial’s Crown is now used even today by the England’s Queen for the ritual occasions.