121 locals recommend ·
Why locals recommend it
A beautiful space on the top floors of the skyscraper at 20 Fenchurch Street, with tropical-looking gardens that are free to visit—but you must book ahead. It has the biggest amount of plants and the walls are all glass with a 360-degree view of the city. It’s a really special and inspiring place to explore and look out over east London and beyond. There are two restaurants and two bars up there. Fenchurch Restaurant, housed in a glass box within the glassed building, is great and really accommodating for veggies and vegans, with a special vegetarian menu, great wines, and great service. I’ve never heard music there though a live show would be great.
Tips from locals
Free tickets are required for admission - available online. Free entry without a ticket from 6pm Monday to Saturday.
Oh Wow Ive just been here myself and can say if you go nowhere else come here.... ..an amazing high rise garden with a 360' view of London..Free entry , you have book online for an hour slot , a bit pricey to eat, I hear (1 gin&tonic wont break you) we paid £6 for 2 coffees...go to Monument Station…
The Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street is a unique public space that spans three storeys and offers 360 degree uninterrupted views across the City of London from floor 37. Visitors can wander around the exquisitely landscaped gardens, observation decks and an open air terrace of what is London's…
Stunning views, even if you've seen the London skyline before you'll love this. If you go at dusk you see the city in daylight and then darkness. Definitely book in advance, it's free, but you're unlikely to be able to just walk up and get in.
One of those top London must-visits! Panoramic views over London skyline with a hanging garden on the top of one of the highest buildings in London. Booking required in advance (free) but well-worth it! Sunset view recommended.