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Entry to Tower Bridge and The Monument to the Great Fire of London

More information about Entry to Tower Bridge and The Monument to the Great Fire of London tickets

  • Additional Information

    What you get


    • Entry to The Monument
    • Entry to Tower Bridge

    What you don't get


    • Food and drink
    • Transport
    Please Note:
    • Your voucher can be exchanged at either attraction. The second attraction must be visited within 7 days of the first
    • Please be aware that the Bridge's Walkways and Towers will close to the public at the earlier time of 15.00 (last admission) on Saturday 9 November. The Engine Rooms and shop will remain open as usual.
    • This tour does not include transport to or between the two landmarks
    • The Monument and Tower Bridge are open daily from 9:30am - 5:30pm (last admission 5:00pm)
    • Large bags must be left at the base of the staircase due to limited room
    • The nearest station to the Monument is Monument and to Tower Bridge it is Tower Hill
    • On the third Saturday of every month, Tower Bridge opens at the later time of 10:00am to facilitate Autism Friendly Early Opening sessions
  • Description
    Fascinated by London’s beautiful sites and their history? Well now is your chance to delve into the British capital’s past and come up close with two iconic monuments – Tower Bridge and the Monument to the Great Fire of London.

    Tower Bridge

    Undoubtedly one of the world’s most recognisable attractions, the stunning Tower Bridge has been part of London’s skyline for over 100 years. Crossing this bridge is a must for both Londoners and visitors – in fact, over 40,000 people use it every day – but why not see what’s inside too? Step into the history of Tower Bridge and learn about the workings of this grand monument when exploring its Engine Rooms. Housing the steam engines that once powered the bridge lifts, it’s a fabulous insight into the engineering marvel that is Tower Bridge!

    Partial to a panoramic view (and good photo op) too? You’ll be spoilt for choice with fab views of London from the bridge’s high-level walkways and the stunning glass floors – prepare to feel like you’re walking on air as you look down at the hustle and bustle of the city. If you’re lucky, you might even witness the bridge lifting right beneath your feet.

    The Monument

    In 1666 the Great Fire of London destroyed over 80% of the British capital. A few years later a stunning Doric column was raised in the City area of London (now one of the capital’s main financial districts) to commemorate this event and celebrate the rebuilding of the city. Known as the Monument to the Great Fire of London, it stands next to the place where the Great Fire began and has become a symbol of London’s resilience!

    At 61 metres (202 feet) high, you won’t to miss this key piece in London’s history. Not to mention the impressive panoramic views of the city you’ll get to enjoy when climbing its 311 steps.
  • Highlights
    • See two of London’s most important sites, Tower Bridge and the Monument
    • Feel like you’re walking in the air on the glass floors of Tower Bridge
    • Visit the bridge’s fascinating Engine Rooms
    • Climb up the Monument to the Great Fire of London, an ode to the city’s resilience
    • Take in incredible 360° views of the capital
  • Schedule
    Tower Bridge address and opening hours

    Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Road, London, SE1 2UP

    Open daily from 9:30am to 6:00pm (last admission 5:00pm)

    Nearest train stations: London Bridge, Fenchurch Street or Tower Gateway DLR

    Nearest undergrounds: Tower Hill or London Bridge

    Bus routes:
    15, 42, 78, 100

    Please Note:

    • Please note, the lift to the top of the Bridge will still be available for those with access requirements.
    Closed between 24 – 26 December and open from 10:00am on 1 January

    The Monument address and opening hours


    Monument to the Great Fire of London, Fish St Hill, London EC3R 8AH

    Open daily from 9:30am to 6:00pm (last admission 5:30pm)

    Nearest train stations:
    London Bridge, Fenchurch Street or Tower Gateway DLR stations

    Nearest undergrounds:
    Monument or London Bridge

    Bus routes:
    17, 521, 21, 43, 133, 141, 48, 149

    Daily:
    9:30am – 5:00pm (last admission)

    Closed between 24 – 26 December