The team taking care of best-looking bridge in London, Tower Bridge, are inviting families down to get crafty in celebration of King Charles' Coronation.

While the ceremony takes place on Saturday, May 6, the crafting sessions begin during the Easter holidays (April 4, 11 and 15). 

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On these dates, visitors at one of London's most iconic landmarks can create and design their own piece of commemorative bunting, which will then be displayed at the bridge over the Coronation weekend, Saturday, April 28 to Monday, May 8. 

The Resident: Kids can design bunting which will go on display during the Coronation bank holidayKids can design bunting which will go on display during the Coronation bank holiday (Image: Tower Bridge)

Good to know, visitors who are locals to Tower Hamlet, City of London, Tower Bridge and Southwark can get amongst the fun for £1, via the Tower Bridge Community Ticket.

During the Coronation bank holiday weekend, Saturday, May 6 - Monday, May 8, Tower Bridge will host a programme of crafty activities the entire family can get involved with. 

This includes creating your own crown in honour of King Charles III, that comes with a nod to Tower Bridge's golden crests at the top of the towers. 

To boot, bridge visitors on the day of the coronation will receive a commemorative tickets to mark the day. 

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Coronation weekend tickets are now available to book. Admission prices for Tower Bridge from April 1 start at £12.30/£6.20 for adult/children with concessions and family tickets available. 

Address: Tower Bridge ticket office and entrance is at the base of the North West Tower, Tower Pier side, EC3N 4DT