Go See: BSL guided tours at Tower Bridge Exhibition in London

Posted on July 4, 2017


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British Sign Language Guided Tours at Tower Bridge Exhibition

Led by an accredited Welcome Host and qualified British Sign Language interpreter from the Royal Association for Deaf People, you can experience all that Tower Bridge Exhibition has to offer and more.

Be surprised and delighted by facts and anecdotes as you are guided through the Bridge’s Towers, high-level Glass Walkways and the Victorian Engine Rooms which house the original Victorian machinery once used to power the mighty bridge lifts.

Combining little known facts with fascinating stories, the British Sign Language Guided Tours ensure that everyone leaves enriched by the history of the most famous bridge in the world.

Date: Last Saturday of each month

Time: 11:00

Average duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Price: £4.00 per person plus standard admission price

Family ticket options for this tour are also available. Contact the bookings department for more information on +44 (0) 207 407 9191 or email bookings@towerbridge.org.uk.

It is advised that British Sign Language tours are pre-booked and paid in advance. 

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