Soak up spectacular views from one of London’s most iconic bridges.
The pedestrian-only Millennium Bridge opened to the public in 2000, linking St Paul's Cathedral on the north bank of the Thames with Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe in Southwark.
The bridge is a great place to take photos of the river, with its magnificent views of some of the most iconic London landmarks.
The footbridge’s famous tremor has now been fixed, but the “wobbly bridge” nickname endures.
Find out more about the most famous London bridges, or discover other unmissable photo opportunities during your visit to the capital.
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