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London attractions: Take a walk across the City’s most iconic landmarks
Published: Friday 8th of March 2013
Tower Bridge in London is saturated with a rich history and is a must-visit for guests who are on the hunt for exciting things to do in London.
If you have an interest in architecture and a fondness for artistic genius, then you’re bound to love this attraction, which stands in the heart of the city.
Not only do you get some fabulous views of the city, you also get to explore one of the most iconic and famous bridges in the world.
Included in the attraction is a video guide which tells you about the history and development of the structure.
Additionally, you will be able to see some unique photographic exhibitions along the walkway, as well as a virtual bridge lift.
Recently, Tower Bridge launched its first ever app which allows users to play games and delve more into the history behind it.
The app was released on March 4th and allows users to book online tickets and stay up to date with the exhibition via social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook.
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