The community feel in London Bridge is part of the attraction, including popular markets such as Borough Market, Maltby Street and Bermondsey Square market. Historic pubs now sit beside new developments such as More London, and industrial parks in Canada Water have been replaced with hipster restaurants and boutiques.
From exploring the lanes of Borough Market, to visiting The View from the Shard or undertaking The London Bridge Experience, there are plenty of activities on offer in London Bridge. The Shard put London Bridge on the map of London, and with further new developments in South London leading the way in terms of architecture and design.
If you are looking for something more culture, why not visit HMS Belfast, the Old Operating Theatre Museum, London Bridge Pier or City Hall.
Primary Schools in London Bridge include: Charles Dickens Primary School and The Cathedral School of St. Saviour and St. Mary Overie.
Secondary Schools in London Bridge include: City of London School and Sacred Heart Catholic Secondary School.
Higher Education establishments include: London South Bank University and King’s College London, Guy’s Campus.
With fantastic transport links – via bus, underground or even getting off the Thames Clipper at the pier, London Bridge is a fantastic option for those looking to enjoy all that City life offers without the big City budget. Main transport links include easy access to National Rail and Underground lines including the Jubilee and Northern lines.