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Great place to wander if you like the history of the docklands, combined with new development and some interesting boats. Surprisingly, on a trip to London, our two young sons probably enjoyed wandering around the docks more than any other area.
The historic West India Docks have be recycled, reinvented and redeveloped for the modern generation, with the area now housing the UK financial hub, shops, restaurants, bars, public art and a fantastic museum (Museum of London Docklands)
Great area to explore!
This site has been really well developed with a number of water side pubs and restaurants and an unusual design bridge and atmospheric lighting near the restaurants and the chance to sit and watch people wandering around and teh trains on the light railway passing...More
Date of experience: July 2017
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
West India Docks were constructed between 1800 and 1806.West India Docks were the first purpose-built docks to be but closed in 1980. The old docks were regenerated as Canary Wharf, London's hi-tech business area. You can enjoy a walk by the Thames and will find...More
Walking around this area haslots to do, see and eat. Restaurants are plentiful. There are some moored boats to look at. You can get here by the Dockland Light Railway. Hotels plentiful. Museum's, floating chinese restaurant and drinking establishment's so what more do you need.