|February 19, 2011||to||February 27, 2011|
If you’re looking for things to do this half-term then there’s lots of good old-fashioned fun to be had at Tower Bridge when the high level Walkways will once again be the setting for a range of traditional Victorian Games.
Tickets to Tower Bridge will include the added attraction of giant dominoes, hopscotch, noughts & crosses, quoits and roll-a-ball, with prizes available for some games.
And with National Science & Engineering Week coming up in March (11th-20th), this is a great opportunity for parents to squeeze some educational benefit out of a great day out.
Younger visitors can also enjoy the Guy Fox Tower Bridge Passport, a sticker-based activity free for every child which makes exploring the history of the Bridge fun and helps to focus their attention during their visit.
Adults – £7
Kids (5 – 15) – £3
Under-5s – Free
Concessions – £5
Joint tickets for admission to Tower Bridge and the restored Monument nearby are available at £8, £5.50 and £3.50.
9.30am to 6.00pm (last admission 5.00pm).
More information on family and group tickets can be found online at www.towerbridge.org.uk