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The famous enlarged glass dome of 20 Fenchurch Street is dedicated to three storeys of exquisitely landscaped public gardens and London's most exclusive social spaces, including observation decks and an open air terrace. Sky Garden also houses...more
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20 Fenchurch Street | 1 Sky Garden Walk, London EC3M 8AF, England
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The Sky Garden is something completely different to see and do in London. Based at the top of the "Walkie Talkie" building, it is easy to get to and the visit is free. Time slots are easy to book in advance online and you get...More
I had heard about the sky garden on a boat trip on the Thames. Checked on line but no tickets, however more slots appeared later that day so booked. Queues were long even with tickets but cleared quickly.i would recommend arriving 20 mins before your...More
It was a beautiful sunny clear day and I ventured up the Walkie Talkie building to visit the Sky Garden at Fenchurch Street. My first time and I found it to be a real solid experience and worth the wait. I lined up for about...More
Sky garden is free but their website is faulty and incorrect or misleading. Tried to book but no availability so asked the company who then quoted same thing and less then 24hrs spaces became available.
The tickets we had meant we arrived at 9.10a.m.and they let us in early to almost an empty building. The ambience at this time of the day was peaceful and tranquil.
We were wowed by the sights and the experience as a whole. Long queues...More
I booked the free tickets well in advance for 12.30 on 19th February. When we arrived we saw a very long queue. Assuming this was for people without prebooked tickets we headed for the entrance. Not so. Everybody in the queue had prebooked tickets too....More
A friend organised free tickets for us for this attraction some months before our visit - the tickets are free, you need to arrive no more than 5 minutes before your allotted time of entry and will have to queue to go through security and...More
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Deffo book via the website. If all the free tickets are gone, consider the morning offer in the events section of the website. £5 for pastry and drink and entry. The deck won't be open until later but you are allowed to wait.