Step inside Tower Bridge and explore a new permanent exhibition featuring newly-discovered photographs and stories from the construction of the Bridge, including the story of Jack ‘Ginger’ Bateman, one of the divers who risked everything to dig the vast foundations that anchor the 70,000-ton Bridge to the bottom of the Thames. 🌉 ⚓️

Housed in the North and South Towers, which are linked by the high-level Walkways above the River Thames, the exhibition will take you on a journey through the lifetime of the Bridge, from its conception and construction through to present day. This includes the opportunity to explore unique objects from across the Bridge’s including a real-life Victorian diver’s helmet. You’ll also meet the people who work at the Bridge today in our brand new ‘24 hours at the Tower Bridge’ short film.

This exhibition joins up the displays in the Victorian Engine Rooms, where you’ll discover the human histories of the people who have maintained the Bridge since 1894, and where you can glimpse the original engines that once powered the famous Bridge lifts.

Location:
Tower Bridge Exhibition, Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2UP

Times:
10am – 5:30pm

Price:
From £8.70 book online