Discover Historical Landmarks & Attractions of Lake Havasu in Arizona
Lake Havasu is a 45-mile long reservoir that was formed in 1938 by the Parker Dam. Visited by over three million people annually Lake Havasu is one of the top boating destinations in the west.
Discover some of the cultural and historical landmarks that have made Lake Havasu City and London Bridge Resort famous. Popular Lake Havasu in Arizona attractions include:
- London Bridge - The Ultimate Attraction During Your Lake Havasu Vacation. Learn more
- Gold Stage Coach - World's Only Replica of England's Legandary Gold State Coach at the London Bridge Resort. Learn more
- Lake Havasu City - About Lake Havasu City. Arizona's West Coast. Learn more
History of the Fall and Rise of the London Bridge in Arizona
Originally built in 1831, the London Bridge was literally “falling down” in disrepair and sinking in the river Thames. The historic London Bridge was purchased by oilman Robert McCulloch for two and half million dollars and shipped piece by piece to Lake Havasu City for reconstruction. Opening in 1971 London bridge is a working bridge that connects Lake Havasu City to Lake Havasu island.
Today, London Bridge is a popular gathering spot for boaters and Lake Havasu visitors. Make your plans to visit Lake Havasu in Arizona today!