The Tower Bridge Exhibition - which includes the high-level walkways at the top of the famous bascule bridge - has launched a community ticket scheme allowing residents of Southwark, Tower Hamlets and the City of London to pay just £1 for admission.
Last year the Tower Bridge Exhibition was the 44th most visited attraction in the UK, with 806,950 visits recorded.
The community ticket scheme will run until at least 31 March 2019 and allows residents of the two boroughs linked by the bridge – Southwark and Tower Hamlets – to visit the attraction for just £1 instead of the normal walk-up price of £9.80.
The bridge is maintained by the City of London Corporation and residents of the Square Mile also benefit from the special deal.
Community tickets are only available to purchase in person at the bridge. All adults will be required to provide proof of address and photo ID to be eligible for a £1 ticket. Further details are available on the exhibition website.