As one of London's iconic landmarks Tower Bridge (often mistaken as London Bridge) is a fantastic tourist attraction for those people who use a wheelchair. The bridge attraction consists of a tour which begins in one of the towers, where you may purchase a ticket before an elevator transports you to the top. What is totally amazing about visiting the bridge, is that a companion may go with you free of charge. Like so many other visitor attractions in the UK, this makes it more affordable for those who require assistance. Once at the top, there is a couple of films to watch about the history and how it came into being, plus there is a display of other impressive bridges across the globe. You get to roll across the midsection which has glass floors to look down at the traffic below before returning back down to the ground and heading to the part of the visitor centre where the engines that operate the bridge may be viewed. It really is a worthwhile visit, especially on a clear day when you get the best opportunity to view both up and down river.