Explore the most iconic cultural symbol of London with our Tower Bridge live video feed below.
Completed in 1894 The Most Famous Bridge in the World is a marvel of Victorian engineering and the home of the Tower Bridge Exhibition
Tower Bridge opens most days, and it’s pretty exciting! See the impressive hydraulics in action as the bridge opens for large ships. You can check scheduled opening times here.
At 42 metres above the river Thames, a visit to the Tower Bridge exhibition boasts spectacular panoramic views of some of London’s most famous landmarks: The London Eye, Canary Wharf, and St Paul’s Cathedral can all be seen from its high-level walkways – and the budding photographers will love that the specially designed windows make capturing that iconic image an easy task
Over 40,000 people cross Tower Bridge every day. See what they’re up to and catch all the other action from the Thames as it happens. If you watch after dark, you’ll see the bridge’s brand new lighting system, installed in time for the London Olympic and Paralympic Games. The bridge looks even more beautiful at night with the new lights as the bulbs can vary in colour and intensity and they’re energy efficient too.