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Information about parking near Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is definitely one of the most famous landmarks in London. This icon was built in the 19th century on the river Thames, and today it is open for pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in tower bridge, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    There is on-street parking near Tower Bridge, at around a 15-minute walking distance from it. Prices for on-street parking vary from £1.50 to £3.50. There are also disabled spots available, free of charge.

  • Off-street parking

    There is an abundance of public garages only minutes away from Tower Bridge. The closest one is the Circle Car Park Queen Elizabeth Street, where the price is merely £1.50 per hour. Other car parks in the vicinity are on Thomas More Street, Thomas More Square and Lower Thames Street. There is also an option of parking in private driveways near Tower Bridge which are located in Spirit Quay, Kennet Street, Fowey Close, Waterman Way, Radcliffe Road and Rothsay Street.


  • Public transport

    Considering that Tower Bridge is in an area which is at the very centre of the city when it comes to tourist attractions, business and life, it is only to be expected that there is a variety of options with public transport. If you choose to travel by bus, the closest stops are Cannon Street Station and Stop H at Bank Station Queen Victoria Street. On the other side of Tower Bridge, there are the London Bridge bus station (Stops C and D) and the Borough Station. If you’re travelling by tube, the stations are Tower Hill and Monument Station.

  • Disabled parking

    Disabled parking near Tower Bridge is available both on-street and off-street. For Blue Badge holders, parking in these spots is free of charge.

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    There are a few private parking garages within hotels, business centres and similar buildings which allow parking only to their guests or staff. Along with that, certain types of vehicles are not allowed to drive on the bridge itself.


    Some streets have certain restrictions to free up the parking spots for the residents. There are also blue, red and yellow lines with signs when there is a significant restriction, as well as short-stay parking bays. Double lines of a particular colour indicate no stopping or waiting at any time, while single lines are followed by signs specifying the times they can be used.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    On bank holidays and public holidays, enforcements apply to:


    Permit holders parking bays within zone C1 Double yellow lines Pavement parking
  • Drop-off and pick-up

    The ban on stopping for any length of time is indicated with red lines, and the prohibition on waiting is shown by yellow lines, followed by signs specifying the times it is permitted. At roads marked with yellow lines, you are allowed to stop for pick-up and drop-off purposes.

  • Nearby attractions

    Tower Bridge is in the very centre of London, so all the tourist attractions and famous landmarks are in its neighbourhood. The Tower of London and the fabulous Crown Jewels, surrounded by famous London pubs and amazing views of the Thames River are guaranteed to keep you busy the whole day. Once you cross the bridge, you will find yourself in the beautiful Potters Fields Park from where you can go and visit the Shard, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Marshalsea Prison or walk to any of the other famous bridges of London.