HOW TO GET HERE:
Train: London Bridge Station, Thames/First Capital Connect, Docklands Light Railway,
Tube: London Bridge & Monument (Northern Line), Tower Hill & Monument (Circle Line) (District Line), London Bridge (Jubilee Line)
Bus: London Bridge Bus Station. List of Buses: Click Here.
From London Bridge, we walked towards Tower Bridge but we stopped by this open concept mall.
My companion needed to use the restroom. It was a paid one, looked high tech but she said it was a bit dirty. There was an actual short line outside it, probably because it might be the only available public restroom around the vicinity.
We’re getting pretty close to the bridge. ^^We finally get on the actual bridge. You can actually go up and pay 8 pounds per Adult and for operating hours, you can click here. It’s an actual working bridge so there are vehicles passing through but there is an ample side walk space for tourists.
There is a fee to go in. Individual rates are 20-22 pounds per person. For more details, you can click here. As it was already late afternoon, we didn’t really have enough time to go in and explore. We just went around the structure.
We were tired from all the walking so we sat around here and they have plenty of benches for seating. There’s a fish and chips store right in front of us and I was seriously considering buying some before we called it a day.