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.
London Royal Docks Open Water Swimming
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.
Royal Victoria Gardens
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.
Thames Barrier Park
This dramatically-landscaped park is the best place to watch the Thames Barrier in action.
Royal Docks Adventure
Power boats, rowing boats, dragon boats, canoes – everything you need for an afternoon on the water.
St John's Green
Community garden with allotment and children's play area.
Britannia Village Green
Every experimental urban village needs a green. This one has a basketball court.
Royal Wharf Gardens
In this garden in the centre of the Royal Wharf development, you'll find a memorial to the Silvertown Explosion.