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Take a Valentine to Tower Bridge
Published: Thursday 22nd of January 2009
Romance will be in the air on Tower Bridge this Valentine's Day.
The Tower Bridge Exhibition provides walkways to see all of these sights, as well as providing information on the history of the bridge, but come February 14th these walkways will be set up for the romance.
Traditional Valentine's Day features including soft lighting and flowers will provide the backdrop as lovers drink champagne and listen to live music.
"Tower Bridge - floodlit - is romantic enough but the Valentine's view from inside seems to sweep people off their feet," said senior marketing executive Emma Parlow.
"Marriages are made and celebrated in these walkways; Valentine couples can even hold their wedding or their reception here at Tower Bridge."
Couples wanting to spend their special night on the bridge are advised to book ahead, with tickets costing £30 per couple, with one glass of champagne for each person coming free.
However, London Pass holders can gain free admission to the exhibition when it is open normally.
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