1- Sky Garden
The Sky Garden is an impressive building located in Bethnal Green, North Side of the Thames river. The shape of the building is quite unusual; it is called the Walkie Talkie because it looks a bit like one. The Sky Garden is located at the top floor and offers 360 degrees ‘panoramic view of London, the space is a huge “garden” and there are restaurants and bar inside. However, going to the top floor is free but you have to book in advance on the website. You can also book one of the restaurants.
2- St Paul’s Shopping Mall: One New Change
One New Change is a modern shopping centre located just next to St Paul’s Cathedral. There is a free glassy elevator that brings you to the outside rooftop where the view over London and St Paul’s is stunning!
3- Primrose Hill
Primrose Hill is the summit of a park located just across Regent’s Park, Primrose Hill is also the name of the surrounding area in which there are a lots of cute cafes and restaurants. At the top of Primrose Hill you’ll get a clear view of central London.
4- Tate Modern Top Floor
Tate Modern, like many other museums in London is free entry (except temporary exhibitions). It is, as it says, a modern art museum, located in the former Bankside Power Station, a massive building with an uncommon shape. Go to the top floor and admire the stunning view: you will see the Shard, St Paul’s cathedral, the Sky Garden, the Gherkin etc.
5- Greenwich Observatory
Greenwich observatory is located at the top of Greenwich Park. Greenwich is famous for giving its name to the Greenwich Meridian and for its maritime history, here you’ll find the National Maritime Museum here and the Cutty Sark, a British Tea clipper, it has been restored and we can visit it, it’s beautiful!
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