17 June 2014 | By: Londonist

Win Tickets To The Private View Of Bridge At Museum Of London Docklands

London Bridge, 1973 © Barry Lewis/Museum of London

Love bridges? Then you'll be looking forward to the forthcoming Bridge exhibition at Museum of London Docklands as much as we are.

The largest art exhibition in the museum's history, Bridge brings together photographs, contemporary and historical artworks, data visualisations and film to give different perspectives on London’s bridges and how they allow people to move around and experience the city. Take a look at our previous article here, featuring some of the rare and unusual images on display.

The exhibition officially opens to the public on Friday 27 June, but there’s a private view on Thursday 26 June and as media partner, we have 25 pairs of tickets to this exclusive opening party to give away to you. Would you like to be among the first to see the show, join us for cocktails and canapés and enjoy what promises to be a great party, including live music from Mercury Prize nominated folk singer Sam Lee?

To be in with a chance to win, simply enter your name and email address in the form below and we’ll pick 25 names at random out of the virtual hat at 5pm next Tuesday 24 June. If you’re one of the lucky winners, we’ll notify you by email right away so you have 48 hours to organise your glad rags.


Bridge runs at Museum of London Docklands from 27 June to 2 November 2014. Entrance is free.

The private view takes place on Thursday 26 June from 6.30pm at Museum of London Docklands, invitation only.

Londonist is proud media partner to Bridge, #BridgeArt.

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London's are better than than the USA variety - Lloyd, Beau and Jeff etc.