There are lots of fun ways to find out more about bridges and civil engineering! Why not try some of the activities in this section? If you have any suggestions or requests for new activities, let us know.
Fun & Quizzes
Bridge Bingo (1 of 2) – Bingo Card
Here is a fun game which is great for practising the language of bridges. Download, print and cut out a Bridge Bingo card for each player. You will also need the List for the Bingo Caller (see below).
Rochester Bridge Activity Sheet
The Trust has produced a fun activity sheet about Rochester Bridge which is aimed at children aged 5-11. If you would like us to send you a copy (maximum 35 copies), please contact us with a postal address. If you would like enough copies for a primary school class (UK only) or youth group then please include the name of your school or group when making your request.
If you live close enough to London, why not make a visit to the most famous bridge in England – Tower Bridge. It’s free to walk across and you might be lucky enough to see the bascules of the bridge lift up to let a boat pass through. If you visit the bridge’s own website at www.towerbridge.org.uk, you can find out when the bridge lifts are programmed to take place.
There is also an exhibition to visit (there is a charge) where you can watch films about the building of the bridge from 1886-94 and get the chance to walk through the high level walkways across the River Thames.