Millennium Bridge in London, England

The Millennium Bridge is a pedestrian footbridge crossing the River Thames, connecting Southwark with the City of London. Steps away from Tate Modern and the Globe Theatre, a magnificent rendering of a true Shakespearian theater, the bridge is one you'll most likely bump into during a London trip. The journey across the brown waters isn't long, but it is a fair walk and I've done it a few times. If you opt for a walk along the Thames, be sure to cross over to see the Globe Theater's thatched roofs.


By Train
Blackfriars Tube Station
Southwark Tube Station

By Bus

Coordinates: 51.5095° N, 0.0985° W

Cost & Admission
Open 24/7, no admission.

Food nearby.

Walking, sight seeing.

It does get very crowded mid-day and the bridge itself can feel shaky.