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The Tower Bridge was completed in the late 19th century and has remained one of London's most beloved landmarks ever since. Suspended between the two stately towers, the open air walkway was inaugurated in 1982, and an exhibition dedicated to its fascinating history was set up inside.
Ascend to the top level of one of the towers and begin your discovery of this famous landmark's history. After exploring the exhibit, step out on to the upper walkway high above the river Thames and discover the phenomenal sights of London. Take advantage of the unobstructed views of the Tower of London and The Shard and snap some pictures. As you near the halfway point, you'll come to the glass floor where you can gaze down upon the bridge and river below. If you're lucky, your visit may coincide with the raising of the bridge - an amazing sight to behold, which will be happening below your very feet. Once you've soaked in the views, make your way down to the Victorian Engine Room, where the original machinery for raising the bridge is still intact and on display.
The Tower Bridge is truly one of London's most iconic landmarks, and with incredible views and fascinating exhibits, is a site that shouldn’t be missed by London newcomers and longtime fans alike.
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