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Trinity Buoy Wharf, London

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  • We walked part of the way to the Wharf along the canal and it was great to reach the lighthouse and the delightful little arts centre. There's also Longplayer to check out which is an installation pla...  more »
  • This is a fascinating place. The location is interesting, offering glimpses of industry past and present in this part of London, as well as a panoramic view of the Thames - with O2 opposite, Canary Wh...  more »
  • When you've traveled many times to London and know that you there's much more... Surely that lovers of this city always looking for new places and have raised this issue. This is one of those places where you don't mind investing one morning and stroll through this site that found me endearing. This lighthouse and its sound, the views, mini Museum, graffiti, sculptures, peace and silence.
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  • Really enjoyed my visit as part of Open Day. Met the founder and other staff. Walked through sensory gardens. Saw art piece on loan from Damien Hirst. New beer bottle bar seeking a name. Number of activities happen here. Opportunities to volunteer. Historic photos showing how the women used to move coke to fire the power stations of London. Demonstrates the power of renovation in a very industrial area. Right on river and they hope for Lea Walkway to fully open up which would make a lovely canal walk.
  • If you like discovering the less known London - this place is a must. There is a lighthouse there which you can visit, few other art projects, lovely view of the O2, cafe and a Diner when you get hungry. And you can get a boat ride across the Thames to the O2.
  • Such a good place to visit. My special interest was the Michael Faraday exhibition they have there as he is a particular favourite inventor of mine. Love the arts aspect and this is a sadly forgotten and often berated part of our infrastructure. Very good for us as a Country to recognise the financial and social benefits a strong artistic culture brings to this Country. There need to be more places like Trinity Buoy Wharf, very important and highly recommended to visit.
  • Very cool venue for a wedding. Great views!
  • The height of cool alongside practicality, artists studios and a 50's diner, amazing little secret quiet pocket of london including a very cool cafe some great history.