Crossrail Place Roof Garden, London
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Stroll through an elevated oasis of greenery amidst steel and concrete at Crossrail Place Roof Garden, rooftop public gardens covered by a timber lattice glass roof. Stretching in a giant glass tube for more than 300 m (984 ft), this densely planted site features trees and plants with many seating areas and pavilions. Asian plants are planted in the East, while American plants are in the West. A 60-seat performance space inside the garden provides opportunity for various artists to entertain the crowd. Put Crossrail Place Roof Garden into our London trip generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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I like coming here after a business meeting in the area. It is a true peaceful and calm oasis in the financial and business district of Canary Wharf. The view is amazing and the garden is well kept, c... read more »
Приятный сад, который расположен на крыше. Это возможность отвлечься от трудовых будней, или отдохнуть в процессе работы. Очень удачный и локейшн, и дизайн внутри-) Тут всё по феншую-))Pleasant garden, which is located on the roof. This is an opportunity to take a break from working days, or relax in the process. Very good and location, and design inside-) everything to fenšuû-))show original
A little oasis of peace, tranquility and calm in the otherwise busy financial district of Canary Wharf.
A great spot in the middle of Canary Wharf for a bit of peace and quiet. And afterwards there are plenty of places to go and eat - Chai Ki my favourite - or the Everyman cinema - relaxed and easy going - if you fancy a movie with a cocktail.
Very lovely place. Couple of pianos around if you fancy playing in the park. A must visit if you are in Canarywharf
Nice little gem in the middle of the steel and glass tower jungle. Peaceful and quiet. Must see.
Fantastic addition to the concrete and glass landscape of Canary Wharf. Good mix of mature plants that sits nicely with the glu-lam roof structure.
London's newest park is here. Admittedly more of an adult-orientated botanical garden, than something fun for kids, it is a stunning design. Really a fantastic addition to the Docklands area and well worth checking out before Crossrail opens in mid-2017 and it becomes so much busier.
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