Check out this bridge for a free and fun (those views, am I right??) was to indulge in a little Harry Potter fun. This bridge is featured in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.
About Millennium Bridge
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Pedestrian bridge that is a suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames in London, a good alternative to the other bridges that link Bankside with the City of London.
Ideal bridge due to location, but some great view from the bridge. St. Paul's Catherdral or Tate Modern whilst walking across the bridge, but also Tower Bridge etc whilst looking down the Thames.
Crossed from St Pauls to get to the Globe Theatre on an overcast day (then back again later). Great to stop in the middle where there are descriptive panels highlighting the buildings you can see - although it is getting a bit out of date...More
Bridge leads from North bank of the Thames to the South side. Directly North is St Pauls Cathedral. Directly South side is the Tate Modern art gallery. This bridge is for pedestrians only and is very busy. From the middle of the bridge there are...More
This is a pedestrian bridge that doesn't provide such great views on its own, except from St Paul's Cathedral, as it is located just in front of it. Other that the fact it's a pedestrian bridge, what's interesting about this bridge is the "hidden" art...More
Very relaxing location with nice places to sit and relax. There lovely bars and hotels and within Minutes walk of the city centre. Avoid today as there is a huge swarm of bees on the bridge. Otherwise highly recommended.