At the top of 20 Fenchurch Street is where you will find the Sky Garden, London’s highest public garden, taking you into the clouds for spectacular views over London. From outside you would never imagine this exists in the office type building block, but as you exit the lift you are greeted with a whole other world. This is what can only be described as a giant greenhouse and is home to a beautiful garden area, with a bar and cafe to relax in and 360 degree views around the city.
There are two restaurants in the Sky Garden, these are the Fenchurch Seafood Bar & Grill and the Darwin Brasserie. In the main section there is also the Sky Pod Bar, which serves up breakfast, lunch and even afternoon tea.When we first arrived it was a very misty Friday over London, so Danny got the drinks in and after cocktail or two and a chocolate brownie the sun started to show itself and the view got all that much better.
As I waited I loved the fact someone had saved a little space with a cookie for their morning view.
I opted for a bubbly one and Danny went for a tomato based cocktail.
Don’t forget to look out but also up.
The Sky Garden is free to enter, which I think is so good as it offers just as a great a view, if not better in my opinion than that of The Shard which you can see straight across. You also don’t feel rushed to leave and can just enjoy your day taking in the views and enjoying food and drink.
See what you can spot from the views?
There are still tickets available for this month and April, but not many so make sure to book now.
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