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I can't remember seeing Gabriel's Wharf on previous visits to London but I'm glad I stumbled across it this time.
It's a really cool little area with lots of specialist shops and places to eat. My favourite little shop was a place selling gorgeous little...More
There is a feel of a Hollywood lot to Gabriel's Wharf with the single storey specialist art and design shops in front of a painted brick wall, with the ITV Tower beyond it.
The Wharf has different phases - the morning is quiet and the...More
If you are like me, you enjoy nothing more than a walk on London's south bank on your days off to take in the culture and beauty of our capitol city. Well i found Gabriels Wharf on one such walk last year during an evening...More
We happened up this area on our way to get lunch at Pieminster (side note: go there!) It’s a lovely area, the shops are full of beautiful unique items and most are artist run. It’s worth a stop and I bet it’s even more lovely...More
Going along the Southbank you May miss this if you don’t look closely as it is just tucked away in its own area that you need to seek it out and explore
It has a variety of shops with items you may not find elsewhere...More
Staying in on the South Bank for the weekend we went for a walk in the ‘back’ streets and were delighted to find quiet corners and hidden gems. Looking for a cup of tea we came across Gabriel’s Market and found that we were spoilt...More
We found this area by chance. Just off the busy Thames pathway, but a quiet and green oasis. There are small independent shops, mainly selling art and decorative items. A pub/restaurant and a creperie at one end. There was a friendly feel, almost a ‘village’...More
When the walk along the South Bank becomes too much because of the hordes of people you’ll find Gabriel’s Wharf as a little oasis along the way.
Nothing extraordinary but an opportunity to take a break, maybe grab a drink or something to eat and...More
Big time attractions such as the London Eye and a thriving theatre scene (compliments of the National Theatre and the Young Vic) are but a few of the reasons that Southbank is such a collectively cherished part of town. With plenty of family friendly activities and venues lined up along a pedestrianized river bank between Westminster Bridge and Waterloo Bridge, visitors can always expect a casual and
festive atmosphere. On top of all the fun stuff to do at Southbank is the opportunity to simply sit back and admire photo-op views of iconic landmarks like Parliament and St Paul's Cathedral, just on across the Thames.