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02.01.2024 – 31.10.2024

The Tower Bridge Cat Trail

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Inspired by 'The Tower Bridge Cat' and the characters from the award-winning books, families are invited to complete our interactive Trail as they make their way through Tower Bridge.

Find special installations throughout your experience inside Tower Bridge, and meet the Bridge Master and his team – Hannah, the Cook, Poppy, the Painter, and Stan, the Stoker, and identical twins Eddie the Engineer and Olly the Oiler – who will all help you to answer key questions about our history and complete many tasks.

Come up, collect and stamp your Apprenticeship Record and become part of Bella’s special Tower Bridge team.

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The Tower Bridge Cat Trail - card cut out of a cartoon cat sat on an oil bottle

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