Sky Garden

I had been trying to book Sky Garden tickets for a few weeks with no luck, as the weekend time slots were very popular. So when a Saturday spot became available during my aunt and uncles visit I snapped them up!

The Sky Garden is a large glass dome located on the 35th floor of 20 Fenchurch Street, otherwise known as the Walkie Talkie building in London’s central core.


It is a gorgeously lush, landscaped public garden that spans three stories.


It has observation decks and an open air terrace that provide a 360 degree view across London.




The Sky Garden also has a restaurant, brasserie and bar.

The open dining area was bright and airy and could uplift anyone’s spirits on the gloomiest of days.


One of the best parts about the Sky Garden is that entry is free, but must be booked in advance. It was a neat experience to visit London’s highest public garden and see some amazing views of London.



2 thoughts on “Sky Garden

    1. I think it just opened this summer, but it’s definitely worth checking out if you visit London sometime soon!


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