- Crosses from the Tate Modern to St. Paul’s Cathedral
- The first new bridge over the Thames in over 100 years
- Not as wobbly as it used to be—but still has a bounce
One of the most striking of the Thames bridges, the Millennium Bridge—officially known as the London Millennium Footbridge—was the result of a 1996 competition to find its design.
The steel suspension bridge links Bankside with the City of London. And if it feels a little precarious when you’re crossing it, there’s a reason for that. The type of suspension used in its construction has earned it the most British of nicknames: the Wobbly Bridge.
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The closest Underground stations to The Millennium Bridge are Blackfriars (District and Circle lines), Southwark (Jubilee line), St. Paul's (Central Line), and Cannon Street (Circle and District lines).
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