• Aerial view of complete development
  • Upon the Red Bridge
  • The Multicolours of London City Island

London City Island

Glenn Howells Architects

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Meet at: The Red Bridge at Canning Town Station by Bow Creek
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Kent Building, 45 Hope St, Leamouth Peninsula, E14 0QG
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Partial disabled access, Toilets, Full disabled access, Refreshments
From Canning Town Station our walk begins by crossing the Red Bridge over the River Lea. Following the river path the walk opens out into the gardens of London City Island. The walk can then continue into neighbouring Trinity Buoy wharf.

Access

Saturday 22nd

Open 10am–6pm

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  • Tour of London City Island down to Trinity Buoy Wharf at 11am The Tour begins by the Red Bridge at Canning Town Station - exit the ticket barriers and turn left to Bow Creek & London City Island
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  • Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture Relating to the Area (exhibition) (Held at Trinity Art Gallery in Java House, London City Island)

Sunday 23rd

Open 10am–6pm

group
  • Tour of London City Island down to Trinity Buoy Wharf at 11am The Tour begins by the Red Bridge at Canning Town Station - exit the ticket barriers and turn left to Bow Creek & London City Island
event
  • Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture Relating to the Area (exhibition) (Held at Trinity Art Gallery in Java House, London City Island)

info_outline This building is open free of charge at other times of the year

Pre-booking is required for this walk

London City Island is one of the main sponsors of UNITY arts festival

Design

Original design
Glenn Howells Architects, 2015
Type
Walk/tour
Period
Contemporary