Tower Bridge exhibition reviewed by Kids Club reporter Diego (9)

Recently I went to Tower Bridge Exhibition with my mum to review the new Family Trail. Instead of writing a review I have put together a video where I show how children can use the new app designed to capture the imagination of young explorers and encourage visitors to explore Tower Bridge like never before with inventive features and an activity packed booklet for kids. I really enjoyed it and found out lots of historical facts about the construction of the bridge as well as the engineering behind it. Tower bridge exhibition diego In the app there are lots interactive games too. What my mum and I loved the most was the glass floor above the bridge. I was a bit scared at first as it felt like being suspended but once I got used to it, we took lots of pictures and we had lots of fun. Tower bridge exhibition diego app family trail I love film making and this is one of my first attempts to explain what I liked about the Tower Bridge interactive exhibition. Forgive all my movie mistakes and hope you will enjoy visiting this incredible London landmark as much as I did.
Subscribe to the London Mums on YouTube where children like myself have their own section dedicated to London attractions, first reactions to new films or West End Shows, product reviews and a lot more. www.youtube.com/user/londonmums Tower bridge exhibition diego glass floor london attractions For discounted tickets to the Tower Bridge exhibition visit http://londonmumsmagazine.entstix.com/tickets/tower-bridge-exhibition My favourite sections of the exhibition were the Glass Floor and the Engine Rooms. Here are some of the pictures we took on the day.  Tower bridge exhibition mirror selfie Tower bridge exhibition engine rooms Tower bridge exhibition app family trail Check my video to see how the app works and to watch Tower Bridge raise.

About Diego

I am 9 years old and I love being a child reporter for London Mums Magazine. I am a crazy Lego engineer and a big fan of Shaun the Sheep, Wallace & Gromit and all the other Aardman movies. I also love airplanes.

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