Brave the glass floors high up on Tower Bridge


Watch the River Thames flow beneath your feet at a breath-taking height of 42 metres on the walkways between the two iconic towers.

The new glass floors give you a unique view of the most famous bridge in the world in operation. Time it right and you’ll be able to admire this masterpiece of Victorian engineering in all its glory as the roadways rise letting ships pass through.

If you can’t make one of the scheduled lifts, the new augmented reality app ‘Raise Tower Bridge’ is on hand to show you a full 360-degree panoramic video of the Bridge being raised.

Don’t forget to raise your eyes for views of the London skyline through the windows. Seeing the sun fading behind London’s western skyline from one of the world’s most famous bridges is an experience that’s hard to beat.

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