Tower Bridge is a suspension bridge across the Thames River. It is named after the Tower of London. It is the first bridge from the Thames Estuary and the symbol of London. The bridge was built in 1886 and opened to the public on 30 June 1894, linking the north and south of London as a whole. Over the two towers, there are suspended sidewalks with glass windows on both sides. Visitors can go up through the tower to enjoy the beautiful scenery on both sides of the Thames River. When we went, the bridge was under repair, but the suspended sidewalks above could not go. The bridge tower is equipped with stairs, museums, exhibition halls, shops, bars and so on. The London Tower Bridge is as famous as Sydney's Harbour Bridge. The former is the symbol of Sydney. The London Tower Bridge is the most symbolic landmark in London and the most frequently seen bridge on the Thames River. Tower Bridge is known as the British Palace Museum on the north of the Tower of London, south of which is quite modern art of the debris building.