Even standing inside the base is an experience - it is vast. I was lucky enough to have been up to the top of the tower in 1990 and the views - all 360 degrees - are stupendous (once the clouds have lifted....). I noticed that the Venetian blinds were swaying and mentioned that there must be a draught - only to be told that the blinds were still and the movement was the Tower! It's made that way to withstand the severe wind and weather conditions which did for its predecessor.
I was taken as a BT journalist. As far as I know it is not open to the public
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