Tower Bridge are running classes to educate people about the exhibition.
Most parents see it as a bonus if the attraction they’re taking their children to is informative and useful, and this autumn, Tower Bridge is the perfect place to go for fun for the whole family with a fantastic educational twist. There are many historical exhibitions in London, but this one goes the extra mile to create an experience that’s not only enjoyable but also wonderfully insightful for all the family. The Tower Bridge Exhibition allows visitors to explore the iconic structure of one of London’s famous bridgesin a unique and interesting way.
One of the reasons this London exhibition is so great is that you can really delve into the history of Tower Bridge. As one of the most recognisable landmarks in the world, many people are fascinated to know more about its background. The Tower Bridge Exhibition documents the landmark from Victorian times to present day through films, animations and interactive displays. If you really want to understand more about London’s famous bridges, this exhibition is the most exciting one you’ll find.
While there is so much to see and do all over the capital, one of the most popular experiences at any historical exhibitions in London is seeing Tower Bridge’s magnificent Victorian Engine Rooms. A true hidden gem of Tower Bridge, the Engine Rooms showcase huge and beautifully maintained steam engines, furnaces and accumulators that were once used to power Tower Bridge’s raising bascules. As well as a short educational film, guests of the London exhibition will be able to explore information panels and hands-on mechanisms to get to know the ingenious technology that kept Tower Bridge in motion for more than 120 years.
Another favourite part of the Tower Bridge London Exhibition is the amazing glass floor walkways. From these, you can enjoy breath-taking panoramic views of the City and even watch the bridge’s bascules lifting from directly above them. At 42 metres above the River Thames, your stomach might just flip if you look down, but the views will make your visit to this London exhibition one to remember. From the spectacular walkways, you’ll be able to see the fantastic London skyline and pick out famous buildings such as The Gherkin and The Shard.
If you want to upgrade your visit to the most iconic of London’s famous bridges and really get the most out of your trip, you can opt for a personal tour guide who knows everything there is to know about Tower Bridge and its magnificent history. Any questions can be instantly answered by Tower Bridge’s professional tour guides and they’ll share incredulous anecdotes throughout to enhance your tour and make it extra special. At just £56.00 per group of up to 16 people in addition to standard ticket prices, this could be the perfect gift for someone who loves to learn at historical exhibitions in London.
Tower Bridge is one of London’s most famous and loved landmarks, and no visit would be complete without seeing it for yourself. To learn more or to plan your visit, head to the Tower Bridge website. There, you can book your tickets for one of the most interesting and exciting historical exhibitions in London.