Chase away the winter blues, Part II

35 minute walk to Tower Bridge

Below is the path starting from St. Paul’s Cathedral to Tower Bridge:

One New Change  Take a lift to the 6th floor of the retail and restaurant building to enjoy a stunning unobstructed view of St Paul's Cathedral 6 am until midnight. 2070 028952
One New Change, London EC4M 9AF

London Mithraeum Bloomberg Space — Touted by archaeologists as Pompeii of the North, the excavation between 2012 and 2014 was one of the most extensive in London. It revealed over 14,000 finds covering the entire period of the Roman occupation of Britain — 40s AD to the early 5th century under Bloomberg London. 2073 307500
Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN

Mansion House — As the home and office of London’s Lord Mayor, it is not normally open to the public. However, 1-hour weekly tours are available every Tuesday at 2 pm £9.50 (pre-booking required). 2073 979306
Walbrook, London EC4N 8BH

Monument to the Great Fire of London — At 202 feet high, The Monument is the world’s largest column and is ocated 202 feet from where the Great Fire is said to have started. After climbing 311 steps up a spiral staircase, you'll enjoy panoramic views of the city. 2074 033761
Fish St Hill, London EC3R 8AH

Sky Garden — Free tickets to London's highest public garden are released 3 weeks in advance. Pre-booking is encouraged (especially for weekends), but day of walk-ins before 5 pm weekdays may be possible.
TIP : If you have a restaurant reservation, you don’t need a separate access ticket.
1 Sky Garden Walk, London EC3M 8AF

Tower of London
 — This historic castle has played a prominent role in English history and home to some of the royal family's most important possessions.  Entry tickets £33.60 (£16.80 children 5-15). 

Tower Bridge — This Grade I listed bridge is the most striking suspension bridge in London.  Entry tickets £12.30 (£6.20 children 5-15). Guided tours £27 (£23 children 5-15).

Even if the sun is not out — this walk will still brighten your day!


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