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 New London Bridge (dating to 1973), 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 1831 version of London Bridge in 1967 for US$2.5 million, transporting it to Arizona and rebuilding it at Lake Havasu City, where it can be seen today.
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.