Combo (Save 5%): Tower Bridge + HMS Belfast Tickets
Visit the Tower Bridge; an iconic landmark known for its immaculate architecture and history. The same combo ticket lets you explore the HMS Belfast, to get a glimpse of the life on board a ship during wartimes.
- Visit Tower Bridge and HMS Belfast using the same money-saving combo ticket and get a glimpse into London's fascinating history.
- Discover the architectural prowess of the 19th century as you take in the magnificent Tower Bridge.
- Get a unique perspective of landmarks like the London Eye, the Docklands, and more, from the bridge.
- Take a look around the Tower Bridge Exhibition and see the display chronicle the reasons behind why the structure was built.
- Visit the Victorian Engine Rooms that powered the Tower's elevators with coal.
- Dive into the life of a navy sailor aboard a warship at the HMS Belfast.
- Explore all 9 decks on the ship and see the Captain's Bridge, the sailor's operation rooms, and more.
- Listen to the engrossing stories of all the historical events the ship was involved in.
- Meet the veteran crew at the ship and interact with them closely.
- Tower Bridge Entry Ticket
- HMS Belfast Entry Ticket
- Audio guide for HMS Belfast (available in English, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Mandarin, Polish, Russian and Spanish)
- Hotel Transfers
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
Nicknamed “The Most Famous Bridge in the World”, the Tower Bridge was built in 1894 and is a marvel of Victorian Engineering. The bridge crosses the River Thames close to the Tower of London and has become an iconic symbol of London. High-level walkways were built to allow people to cross the Thames and today, these Walkways act as viewing galleries, giving visitors the most spectacular views of the London skyline. You will get to view the Docklands, the GLA building, the Tower of London, St Paul’s, and the London Eye in the distance. Therefore, giving you the perfect photo op!
The Tower Bridge exhibition uses immersive multimedia such as films, photos, and interactive displays to explain why and how Tower Bridge was built. This experience not only guarantees great memories but greats insights.
HMS Belfast is a museum ship, originally a Royal Navy light cruiser, permanently moored in London on the River Thames and operated by the Imperial War Museum. Launched on St. Patrick’s day in 1938, she is the only surviving ship of her type to have been active during World War II and the Korean War. One of the most powerful large light cruisers ever built, she served with distinction in both these wars.
HMS Belfast, in 1978 was converted into a museum, citing the ship as “a unique demonstration of an important phase of British history and technology”. Book this family experience as this is a unique chance to come down to the Thames and explore nine decks of seafaring history onboard the HMS Belfast. During the visit, you will get to see different parts of the ship. Each of its decks and rooms offer fascinating stories. With an audio-guide for company, you will learn all about the history of this ship from Arctic Convoys to D-Day, its role in the Cold War and beyond. The magnitude of operations that were undertaken on this ship become visible to you when you visit the cockpit, the captain's cabin, and the cannons used to fight against the enemy. You also get a first-hand account of World War II in the form of interesting anecdotes given by wartime veterans.
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COVID Safety Information
To ensure staff and visitor safety, if you start to display any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19, we ask that you refrain from visiting. Your visit will be amended to another day. We recommend having the NHS COVID 19 app if you would like to provide your details on entry. Please note any Test and Trace data that is collected will be in line with the Data Protection Act (2018) and securely destroyed after 21 days.
On Arrival at Tower Bridge
- Join the outside queue. Staff will be on hand to help manage social distancing and to help you enter the Bridge safely.
- We encourage all visitors to wear a face covering throughout their visit to Tower Bridge.
- Children under 11 and those with certain disabilities will be exempt.
- Have your e-Ticket or paper ticket ready for inspection.
- Protective screens are in place at the Ticket Office, bag search area and gift shop.
- Follow the arrows indicating the one-way visitor route.
- You will be directed to use the stairs. Lifts will be available for those only who require them.
- As you enter, search and screening will be in operation as per our usual visitor policy.
- Have your bag ready open and push it through the opening in the protective screen.
- Staff will have disposable gloves and will sanitise them regularly.
- Please follow staff instructions.
- Timed ticketing has been introduced to manage visitor capacity.
- Hand sanitiser dispensers are available for you to use throughout the attraction.
- The staff will supervise all queues and ensure that social distancing is adhered to throughout the attraction.
- Please note that the interactive exhibits are switched off until further notice.
- Tower Bridge is open daily from 9:30am to 6pm (last admission at 5pm).
- Closed on 24 to 26 Dec.
1st November – 26th February
10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Daily (Last Admission: 4:00 pm)
27th February – 31st October
10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Daily (Last Admission: 5:00 pm)
There is wheelchair access to the main deck of HMS Belfast but there is no access below deck due to the nature of the ship.
- Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.
- Please display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at each attraction.
Ticket Redemption Points
- You can redeem your tickets directly at the entrance of the attraction: Tower Bridge.
- Address: Tower Bridge Rd, London SE1 2UP, United Kingdom.
- You can redeem your tickets directly at the entrance of the attraction: HMS Belfast.
- Address: The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2JH, United Kingdom.
These tickets are valid for the date and time selected during the checkout.