Get a breath of fresh air as you wander through the Thames Barrier Park’s wave-shaped hedge maze, or explore hidden green spaces with a river view like the Royal Victoria Gardens.
Swim outside year round against the historic backdrop of Royal Victoria Dock. Safety tagging included.
Wakeboarding, paddleboarding, and paddleboard yoga – for beginners and back-flippers alike.
These 19th-century pleasure gardens are still a delightful place to watch the river go by.
It's easy to miss Lyle Park's narrow entrance, but its triangle of green with a river view is worth exploring.
This dramatically-landscaped park is the best place to watch the Thames Barrier in action.
Power boats, rowing boats, dragon boats, canoes – everything you need for an afternoon on the water.
Community garden with allotment and children's play area.
Every experimental urban village needs a green. This one has a basketball court.
In this garden in the centre of the Royal Wharf development, you'll find a memorial to the Silvertown Explosion.