London, United Kingdom

London Bridge

London Bridge

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19 tour stops


London Bridge

This historic junction has played an essential role in the city’s transportation.

10 min

Borough Market & Hop Exchange

Established in Roman times, this is London’s oldest food market.

2 min

The Bramah Museum of Tea & Coffee

This is perhaps the 1st museum dedicated to the history of tea & coffee.

2 min

Talbot Yard, The George Inn, & White Hart Inn

The alleys here are reminiscent of this medieval transportation center.

4 min

St. Thomas area

Originally, this area was occupied by St. Thomas Hospital

4 min

Guy’s Hospital

This site features a mini-museum and a small piece of the medieval London Bridge.

3 min

London Bridge Tower (The Shard)

The tallest building in the country, this tower resembles a huge shard of glass.

3 min

London Dungeon & Britain at War Museum

A popular attraction, London Dungeon features exhibits of the city’s darker history.

3 min

At The Shipwright Arms by Southwark Playhouse

The Southwark Playhouse offers a program of performance, education, & community work.

4 min

Hay’s Galleria

This building was built in 1856 and was a working dock for more than a century.

3 min

City of London Skyline from Hay’s Galleria

This site offers a beautiful panoramic view of the Thames River.

3 min

HMS Belfast

This huge vessel was a battleship during World War II & the Korean War.

2 min

City Hall, The Scoop, & Potters Fields Park

This area has been extensively revived since the start of the new millennium.

5 min

Shad Thames & The Design Museum

Reminiscent of Victorian times, this road is lined with shops, cafés, & restaurants.

2 min

St. Saviour’s Dock

This one time dock has been converted for modern use.

3 min

Tower Bridge & Billingsgate Market

Once opened up to 50 times a day, Tower Bridge now opens only a few times a week.

3 min

Tower of London & Royal Mint

This tower is famous for being the royal treasury and a place of execution.

4 min

All Hallows-by-the-Tower Church

This ancient church has a rich history.

2 min

Trinity Square Gardens

Two buildings dominate the square: the Port of London Authority & Trinity House.

4 min


On our London Bridge walk, you will hear about many of the hidden treasures of this recently rejuvenated area of London. Butler’s Wharf is a fine example of how the area has been rejuvenated within the last few decades.

There are several major tourist attractions on the route. As well as the obvious Tower Bridge and Tower of London, you will pass The London Bridge Experience, opened in early 2008, the London Dungeons, Winston Churchill’s Britain at War Experience, The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garrett, and the Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum.

This part of London once marked the beginning of many a journey out of the city and as such was home to many hostelries. The George Inn, much of which is still just as it was 200 years ago, provides a spectacular example of the galleried courtyards that once used to pepper this area. Both Shakespeare and Dickens are rumoured to have enjoyed the surroundings of such inns in this part of London.

Itinerary 4.1 km / 1:30

Offline map included

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