Crossrail Place Roof Garden
Visit the Roof Garden - The Crossrail Place Roof Garden is part of the Canary Wharf Crossrail station, a free public indoor oasis where the plants are arranged according to which hemisphere they're from. Also you can find there quite a few good restaurants and coffee shops.
A 300-metre enclosed garden with an abundance of plants and trees which references both the history and geography of Canary Wharf.
Gardens emerge in the unlikeliest of places, including this tropical beauty atop a railway station. Crossrail hasn’t quite reached Canary Wharf yet, but this stunning spot is open for business – as is the adjacent street food hall!
There is an urban jungle on the rooftops of Canary Wharf for you to feast your eyes on various plants and enjoy performances in the sun. The Canary Wharf Crossrail Roof Gardens offer a range of free events, workshops and performances for the entire community in the beautiful setting of a roof…
The Crossrail Place Roof Garden, a 300-metre enclosed garden which is open daily to the public until 9pm (or sunset in summer). It references both the history and geography of Canary Wharf drawing on the area’s heritage as a trading hub and many of the plants are native to countries visited by ships…
“Great park with a cafe and some cool hills to climb from where you can see the central london skyline in the distance”
“Gourmet coffee served alongside a menu of pastries, pies and charcuterie, plus wine and beers.”
“Lovely to have a picnic on the grass or enjoy the outdoors shows during summertime ”
“The Canary Wharf Pier is a London River Services pier on the River Thames in London, UK. It is located to the west of the Canary Wharf district, close to Narrow Street, Limehouse.”