London Bridge
Two red double-deck busses on London Bridge crossing the Thames River, London
Two red double-deck busses on London Bridge crossing the Thames River, London

London Bridge Tours and Tickets

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Often confused with the grand Tower Bridge, London Bridge, UK is more functional than fancy. It does, however, have a long history: It was first erected over the Thames River by the Romans, way back in AD 50. No visible trace remains of the original bridge, nor of the handful of structures that replaced it, including the one that became the subject of that famous nursery rhyme. Though the current concrete bridge, which opened to traffic in the 1970s, isn't so photogenic, its views of London are hard to beat.

  • Open daily
  • Southwark/City of London, London, Greater London, EC4R 9HA

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William_H, Nov 2023
Ride on the Big Red Bus
Windows were clean so I could get good pictures through them. It wasn’t as good because many stops closed due to protests but that wasn’t Big Buses fault.
Cynthia_J, Sep 2023
Hop on Hop Off
Excellent way to see the many sights of London. Fun and easy. Buses were clean and Drivers helpful. Thanks
Matthew_O, Sep 2023
Best Day in London
We could not have had a better time. Ian, our guide was the best and he provided a most memorable day in London. The cab was very clean and comfortable. Ian took the time to talk to us and find out what we wanted to see and designed our itinerary straight away.
John_B, Sep 2023
Easy to use!
Hearing the stories and interesting facts about popular sites! Clean buses and friendly staff! Would recommend!!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are London Bridge hours of operation?
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London Bridge hours of operation: Open daily. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
People Also Ask
Q:Is London Bridge worth visiting?
A:Even though it's often confused with the iconic Tower Bridge, London Bridge is worth visiting. From the bridge, you can enjoy views of top London landmarks, and the food hotspot of Borough Market is just a few minutes' walk away. It's also close to the family-friendly London Bridge Experience.
Q:Can you visit London Bridge on a tour?
A:Yes, you can visit London Bridge on a tour. Hop-on, hop-off buses travel over the bridge and stop on either side, while London sightseeing tours nearly always cover the area–home to a wealth of cultural and historical attractions such as Borough Market and Southwark Cathedral.
Q:How long does it take to walk across London Bridge?
A:It takes around 10–15 minutes to walk across London Bridge. This doesn't include time to stop to snap photos of major London landmarks such as The Shard, The Gherkin, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament. From London Bridge station, the start of the bridge is a 10-minute walk.
Q:Is London Bridge accessible?
A:London Bridge is fully accessible, with well-paved roads ideal for wheelchairs and strollers. London Bridge station is also a category A station for accessibility, meaning there’s step-free access between the overground and underground train lines. Rush hour crowds in the pre- and post-work hours may hinder accessibility somewhat, so try to visit outside those times.
Q:How much time should I spend at London Bridge?
A:You should spend around 2-3 hours exploring the London Bridge area. This allows you to walk across the bridge and snap photos of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament; visit the London Bridge Experience; and feast your taste buds on the artisan offerings of Borough Market, which is just a 5-minute walk from London Bridge itself.
Q:Can you see London Bridge on a bus tour?
A:Yes, London bus tours typically travel over London Bridge and stop at either side of the famous structure. They also tend to travel over other central London bridges—such as Tower Bridge and Westminster Bridge—from which you can enjoy great views of London Bridge.