Fun & Quizzes

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.


STEM Eggstrazaganza

Hands-on activities with a spring theme.

Join The Dots…

Can you guess who this is in the picture? Join the dots to find out.

Coat of Arms

Discover the meaning behind our coat of arms and design your own.

Colouring in

Time for a little light-hearted fun with the felt tips and pencil crayons.

Three Billy Goats Gruff

Bridge fun for younger children, with activities and a popular story.

Bridge Bingo

A list of words and a set of bingo cards replace the usual numbers of the game.

Wordsearch 1

Learn the language of bridges in this terminology word challenge.

Wordsearch 2

Discover the names of famous bridges from around the world.


Can you identify the famous bridges in this crossword?


Can you write a poem beginning with the letters of these words?

We’re going on a bear hunt

Easy activities to overcome obstacles in this popular story.

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

A selection of fun, family activities inspired by the popular film

Build a tower

Use paper, scissors and sticky tape to build a tall tower

Build a bridge

How strong a bridge can you build using a limited amount of paper?

STEAM Advent Calendar

An activity a day to inspire young engineers during the festive period

Bridges, books and building

Have you noticed how important bridges are in the books you read?

Hidden Figures

Simple activities to carry out alongside watching the film

Tower Bridge

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, 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.