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- 98%Art & Design Lovers
- 79%Local Culture
- 78%Budget Travelers
- 71%Family Travelers
- 65%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 65%Adventure Travelers
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- Millenium BridgeMember ofHistory BuffsSpiritual SeekersArt & Design Lovers
From the Tate Modern to St Paul's Cathedral - a good walk, an interesting bridge (no, that's not an oxymoron) - used to be colloquially called the 'Wobbly Bridge' because it would sway in the slightest wind, but is now very safe and far less wobbly.Recommended for:
- Millenium BridgeMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsAdventure Travelers
A nifty helical pedestrian bridge spanning the river from St. Paul's Cathedral to the Tate Modern in Southbank. It's a fabulous place for a spot of photography (great buildings and architecture around here), and makes for a scenic walk.Recommended for:
- Millenium BridgeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6
I first encountered the Millenium Bridge in 2005 on an overnight stay at the YHA near St. Paul's. It's a really neat way to the see the city because there are no cars and therefore no commotion to spoil your view. It also appeared in Harry Potter, so that's something.Recommended for:
- Millenium BridgeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4
Come here for some of the best views in London. The bridge is framed by the Tate Modern at one end and St Paul's Cathedral at the other.
Great design and since it's pedestrianised, an easy place to dawdle, snap photos and take in the views.
- Millenium BridgeAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5
A perfect example of London's mix of old and new, the Millenium Bridge is a stunning modern architectural element that links the Tate with St. Paul's Cathedral. This bridge is a must see for anyone who enjoys perspective.
- Millenium Bridge
If you hear the history of the bridge and how it was once meant to be able to carry vehicles and not simply be a foot bridge, it may be a bit intimidating to actually walk across. Nonetheless, it is a sight to behold. My preference was to stand a few hundred meters away and ponder its structure when compared to the backdrop of the historical city. Very unique, indeed.Recommended for:
- Millenium BridgeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 4
One of London's Iconic Architecture to welcome the new Millennium had to be closed again after its first opening because it was structurally 'unstable', it swayed heavily!
Nowadays it's a nice walkway from which you can see a nice view of the South Bank.
Especially cool place is at the end of the South side from which you can see an awesome view of St. Paul's Cathedral
- Millenium BridgeMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory BuffsArt & Design Lovers
I don't like heights so was reluctant to cross the bridge because it did not look very sturdy but I'm glad I tried it because despite the look, I was not bothered by the heights and walking either way, you get some great views of the Thames River, Tate Modern or St Pauls.
- Millenium Bridge
Its an amazing work of modern design and engineering. It provides a wonderful view of a lot of sights of London along the river Thames. This is the connection on the river from St Paul's Cathedra on one side to Tate Modern Gallery on the other side.
- Millenium BridgeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodies
The Millenium Bridge represent a contemporary piece in London. It connects the City to a very modern and evolving part of London, which includes also Tate Modern. Made with steel, it is a footbridge with very nice views on the city, including Saint Paul Cathedral. It was inaugurated in 2000.