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Trinity Buoy Wharf

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64 Orchard Place Trinity Buoy Wharf, London E14 0JW England
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t a wrote a review 7 Apr
london33 contributions39 helpful votes
Found this little hidden gem today while out cycling, gotta say I will be back when things start to open up . great little places to eat , lots of arts and crafts, all very quirky . Loved it . And i have to say the public toilets here are so so clean well looked after and smelt lovely,
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Date of experience: April 2021
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smilgaki wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom1,961 contributions20,792 helpful votes
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Visited here on a Sunday Thames Path walk en route from Canning Town to Greenwich. This little arty enclave is a great surprise find with all sorts of quirky nooks and crannies. For a start there is a lighthouse that hosts the 'Longplayer' - a 1000 year long continuous music composition that you can enjoy inside the lighthouse whilst catching some nice river views. Then there is a strange little shed dedicated to London inventor Michael Faraday alongside a number of quirky art pieces dotted around. Lightship 95 is also moored here - a floating recording studio, where artists like Lana del Rey recorded some of their music. The English National Opera also has some workshops here. There are also a couple of offbeat cafe/diners here including Fat Boys American Diner. When in the area, Trinity Buoy Wharf makes for an interesting short excursion.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Claire R wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
Worth the trip on jubilee Line all the way to Canning Town. 10 minute walk past English National Ballet and new developments some still being built. Went for a party. Quite windy but cool to see the view of o2 arena across the water.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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silversh0es wrote a review Jul 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom45 contributions33 helpful votes
We went to my son’s wedding here. Everything was great, the venue, parking, security and THAT VIEW! Dead opposite the Millennium Dome. The groom and his entourage arrived by boat. My father worked on the river and remembers this place as a working wharf. We lurked around here in the 60s looking for trouble. My brother and his friends played on their bikes here in the 70s. Good to see such a characterful place upgraded well. And THAT VIEW!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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macedonboy wrote a review Jun 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom146,717 contributions101,042 helpful votes
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Trinity Buoy Wharf is the site of London's only lighthouse, which incidentally doesn't work anymore. Now the site is a exhibition, art studio and office complex made from recycled sea shipping containers and former naval buildings, hence the name of "Container City". Lots to see and do around this creative hub in East London, but more for professional artists than anything else as it didn't look like you could enter the workshops.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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