London Exhibition is now closed... next stop Sharjah

The exhibition of the winning images from the 2018 Travel Photographer of the Year awards  at London Bridge City, against the stunning backdrop of City Hall, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, has now closed. Look out for our 2020 exhibition next April where we'll be displaying the winning images from the current competition.

So if you want to see your work displayed in this fabulous setting, enter TPOTY 2019. You have until 1st October.

The exhibition will be held outdoors on the south bank of the River Thames next to City Hall, with views across the river to the Tower of London and London Bridge. This free exhibition is open-air in a public space so will be viewable all day.

This bustling venue is enjoyed by visitors from across the globe and has a vibe loved by those who work and live in the area. It is surrounded by some of the City’s most famous landmarks and is steeped in rich British culture. Rubbing shoulders with the likes of Borough Market, The Shard and HMS Belfast, this vibrant and forward-thinking community is one of the most visited riverside London destinations.

This area was once known as London’s Larder, and was one of the city’s largest docks, bringing in the majority of London’s food from the 18th Century to 1970. That association with ships travelling in from all over the globe - together with the large numbers of British and international visitors who flock to this area today - is highly appropriate to a photography award that celebrates the very best images of our world, its cultures, landscapes, environment and wildlife.

Exhibition Dates and Opening Times

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The exhibition is open 24 hours a day and is FREE - no tickets needed! 

About the venue

The exhibition site is located in a pedestrian zone on Queen's Walk next to the Scoop and City Hall. It's an open air venue without restrictions on viewing time although it is best viewed during daylight hours.

It's a striking and beautiful location with views to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, and a glimpse of the Shard through the architecture of the More London Estate. There are plenty of bars, restaurants, hotels and shops adjacent to the exhibition.

Getting there is quick and easy!
London Bridge City SE1 2DB

A popular destination, with lots of bars, restaurants and shops, well served by National Rail, Tube and bus, as well as by City Cruises river boats/Thames Clipper services.

By Tube: London Bridge tube station is on the Jubilee line and the Northern line. The station is 3 minutes walk from the exhibition venue

By City Cruises river boats/Thames Clipper: A short enjoyable ride down the Thames from Westminster to London Bridge City pier, passing many of London's most iconic sights. The pier is 4 minutes walk along Queen's Walk from the exhibition venue.

By National Rail: London Bridge station is 3 minutes walk from the exhibition venue.