Attractions in London Bridge
London Bridge Experience
The London Bridge Experience brings you close to the history of the area through actors, animation, CGI and special effects. You can see, feel, hear, smell and taste what it was like in London centuries ago. Take a walk through the dark tunnel that is filled with unexpected figures.
From its remarkable glass walkways you find some of the most stunning views of London. The East Walkway offers views of Canary Wharf and the Docklands whereas the West brings architectural delights of Tower of London, St Paul’s Cathedral, London Eye and Big Ben to name a few. The walkways were originally constructed to transport pedestrians and are now galleried.
Nestled on the banks of the river Thames, Design Museum displays contemporary design in forms like fashion, architectural and graphic. The collection traces how design has developed over the ages. Design Museum was the first museum to concentrate on the exhibition of mass-produced items. It houses everyday objects from the 20th and 21st century and also offers an opportunity to evaluate inventive models for the future.
Eames Fine Art Gallery
Eames Fine Art Gallery offers a selection of drawings, paintings and original prints. The gallery specialises in the work of experts in the contemporary art scene. The gallery opened on Bermondsey Street by Rebecca and Vincent Eames. Some of the artists to have exhibited their works include Sophie Layton, Patrick Caulfield, James Sparshatt and Barry Cawston.
The only remaining warship of its kind, HMS Belfast is a place where you can take the whole family for an experience of Britain’s naval history.
Fashion and Textile Museum
Zandra Rhodes, a renowned and well acclaimed designer is the person behind the Fashion and Textiles Museum. She founded the museum to make the general public aware of fashion and textiles. There is an academy in the museum that provides students an excellent platform to develop their skills.