From London Bridge Station to London Euston!

inposted December 1, 2022

From London Bridge Station to London Euston!

Ⅰ. Attractions near Euston

1. British Museum

Also known as the British Museum, located in Great Russell Square on the north side of New Oxford Street, it is a comprehensive museum with a long history and a grand scale in the world. It houses many cultural relics and book treasures from all over the world. The richness and variety of collections are rare in museums all over the world. The British Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Louvre in Paris are listed as the world's three largest museums. The British Museum was founded in 1753 and opened to the public in 1759. There are 8 thick and tall Roman columns on both sides of the main entrance of the museum. The upper end of each column is a triangular top with a huge relief carved on it. The whole building is majestic and magnificent.

2. Tower Bridge

It is the first bridge counted from the Thames estuary in London, England (a total of 15 bridges were built on the Thames River), and it is also a symbol of London, known as "London's main gate". The bridge was built in 1886 and opened to the public on June 30, 1894, connecting the north and south of London as a whole.

London Tower Bridge is a suspension bridge, originally a wooden bridge, later changed to a stone bridge, and now it is a cement structure bridge with 6 lanes.

3. The Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster

Also known as Westminster Abbey, it is the Royal Academy of England and one of the most beautiful churches in Europe.

After the completion of Westminster Abbey, it became the venue for the coronation ceremony of the British King. It is a magnificent Gothic church, which occupies a pivotal position not only in the history of world architecture, but also in the long history of Britain in the past nine centuries. Many members of the British royal family, politicians, religious celebrities and famous poets are buried here. The tomb, as a place of refuge for the dead, has often been replaced in many cultures and civilizations by a cemetery or a memorial, or sometimes both. And throughout the Middle Ages (5th to 15th centuries), it was popular to bury the dead in churches, monasteries, or chapels.

Ⅱ. From London Bridge Station to London Euston


Euston railway station is a railway station in central London, opened on 20 July 1837. Most trains from Euston Station are to the West Midlands, North West England, North Wales and parts of Scotland.

Most of the trains departing from here are long-distance trains. It is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line to Liverpool, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow. It is also the main stop on the way to Birmingham, and is the gateway to connecting ferries to Dublin. Night sleeper trains to the Scottish Highland cities of Inverness and Fort William also depart from the station. Suburban train services are run by the London Overground line. Euston Station is also the train station to the Harry Potter Studios.

Traffic in the city:

There is an escalator link from the station concourse to Euston tube station; Euston Square tube station is nearby. King's Cross and St Pancras train stations are a short distance down Euston Road.


There is a bus station in front of this station, including routes 10, 59, 73, 205, and 390. So it is very convenient to travel from London Bridge Station to London Euston.