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Trinity Buoy Wharf, London
(3.6/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I came to see the Longplayer from the lighthouse. Mystic place, I’ve walked for a few hours but the trip was worth the effort ! Very relaxing, and mystic melody… A Lighthouse you must visit if you’re ...  more »
  • Quite an interesting place although there was an "event" going on outside so we were a bit restricted to where we could walk. 
  • All too often I've driven past the access road to Trinity Buoy Wharf, and considering I live only 5 minutes away, and the fact it's taken nearly 10 years to pay it a visit is disgraceful. On the basis...  more »
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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.