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Tower Bridge Special £1.25 entry! 29 and 30 June

Celebrating 125 years at the heart of London!

🔷 Tower Bridge was officially opened on 30 June 1894 by the Prince and Princess of Wales (the future King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra) and this year marks its 125th anniversary.

🔷 To celebrate London’s best-loved landmark, Tower Bridge invites you inside to discover more about its history in a packed programme of talks, exhibitions and activities for visitors of all ages throughout 2019.

🔷 Special £1.25 entry – 29 and 30 June

🔷Visitors to the Bridge on 29 and 30 June will be able enjoy the anniversary weekend festivities for just £1.25 and receive an exclusive souvenir bookmark. Show it to the staff in the Gift Shop and receive £5 off the official Tower Bridge 125 Book.

🔷 Please note: Tickets for 29 and 30 June, Tower Bridge’s 125th anniversary weekend, are priced at £1.25.

These tickets cannot be purchased in advance and must be purchased from Tower Bridge during the weekend, so make sure you arrive early.

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9 Responses
    1. Wonders of London

      These tickets cannot be purchased in advance and must be purchased from Tower Bridge during the weekend, so make sure you arrive early.

    1. Wonders of London

      Tickets cannot be purchased in advance and must be purchased from Tower Bridge during the weekend, so make sure you arrive early.

      1. Caz Fox

        What about those who can’t stand in queues but wish to take advantage of this special weekend? I have mobility issues and can’t get somewhere early or stand too long and have found tickets easier for me and carer much easier. I only live 5 minutes away from the bridge and could be my only chance to visit before I can no longer walk.

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Posted by Wonders of London on Friday, 5 April 2019