London's landmark buildings, we first take a Thames cruise ship, from far to near to see the Tower Bridge, and then get off the boat at the Tower Bridge, using London Pairs to take the fast lane to London Tower Bridge to watch the Tower Bridge at a close distance. Walk to the top section of the Tower Bridge in 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. Two tall towers built of granite and steel on both sides of the Straits, about 60 meters high, are divided into upper and lower floors. The upper deck supports towers on both sides, and the lower deck allows pedestrians and vehicles to pass through. If the wheels whistle, the lower deck can automatically tilt to both sides, at this time pedestrians can change their way through the upper deck. There are shops and bars in the bridge. Even on rainy and snowy days, pedestrians can shop, chat or look at the scenery of both sides of the river from the railings. Visitors can walk and browse on the pylon bridge at no charge. Tickets for the exhibition are 9 for adults. When we got out of the elevator, we reached the upper deck. There was a section of transparent glaze in the middle. We could see the rolling Thames River. On the opposite side of the bridge, there is a projection hall to show the design and construction of the London Bridge. After a little rest, we can walk a parallel section of the Liuli Bridge, but we still have to come back here to get off the bridge. So we went straight off the bridge. This is the lower floor of Tower Bridge in London.