Reach the top with a visit to The View from The Shard. At more than 1,000ft (300 metres) tall, The Shard in London Bridge is nearly twice as high as any other building in the city.
Travel in some of the fastest lifts in London. Check out the views from the indoor viewing platforms on levels 68 and 69 before taking-in some spectacular, unobstructed, 360-degree views from level 72, which is open-air.
Don’t look twice, reserve your fast-track entry tickets to skip the queues and overlook London’s historical architecture from one of the city’s most iconic modern buildings.
The Shard was designed by famed architect Renzo Piano in conjunction with Broadway Malyan. Piano started the design in 2000 under contract by Irvine Sellar. Sellar is a property developer in London that was intent on redeveloping the Southwark Towers that once inhabited the space upon which the Shard now stands.