London Bridge Experience & London Tombs
On Your Bike
Rentals cost £18 for the first day, £10 for subsequent days, £45 per week. Prices include hire of helmet and lock. A deposit (via credit...
The earliest surviving parts of this relatively small cathedral are the retrochoir at the eastern end, which contains four chapels and...
Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret
This unique museum, 32 steps up a spiral stairway in the tower of St Thomas Church (1703), is the unlikely home of Britain's oldest...
This is a great place to come for wine and nibbles, though it's small and can be hard to get a seat without a reservation – even...
Lined with wood panels from trees brought down by hurricanes, Rabot 1745, labelled 'Britain's first gourmet chocolate restaurant', is an...
2-4 Tooley St · interesting places nearby
London Bridge Experience & London Tombs information
Stuffed away in the vaults beneath so-called New London Bridge (dating back to 1831), this historical attraction takes you on a whistle-stop tour of London’s most famous span – from the Romans to Peter de Colechurch’s ‘Old London Bridge’ (1209) lined with shops, to the American Robert McCulloch, who bought the bridge in 1967 for US$2.50 and transported it to Arizona.
Things ratchet up as you descend into a series of tombs and plague pits dating as far back as the 14th century, where darkness, rodents (animatronics) and claustrophobia meet zombies-from-nowhere (actors). It’s all great, occasionally heart-in-the-mouth entertainment. Save up to 20% (and the queues) by buying tickets online.