The Queen's Walk is a promenade located on the South Bank of the River Thames in London, England, between Lambeth Bridge and Tower Bridge.
The creation of pedestrian access along the south bank of the Thames was seen as an integral part of the creation of the Jubilee Walkway to mark the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 1977. However, the last section was not established until the completion of construction of London Bridge City c.1990
In 1996, the Walk was recognised as a foundation for establishing the Thames Path national trail through London.
This is a convenient route of several miles for tourists to walk from the London Eye Ferris wheel to the Tower of London, crossing the Thames at Tower Bridge. This route will pass the Tate Gallery (a modern art museum housed in the shell of an old power station), an ancient abbey, and a (commercial) museum of the London Blitz, terminating in an area with several touristic pubs.