Looking for a Canary Wharf area guide? Here’s the best things to, see and eat for your time in London’s very own NYC — from a Londoner.
What comes to mind when you think of Canary Wharf? If the answer is city workers and skyscrapers, you’ve only touched the surface of what makes Canary Wharf one of London’s most underrated neighbourhoods.
Behind the wide and vast range of things to do, see and eat in this East London city, you’ll definitely want to pay a visit. Here’s your ultimate guide to the area.
Canary Wharf Area Guide
The Best Things to do in Canary Wharf, London
All the best things to do, see and experience during your time in Canary Wharf.
Where to Stay in Canary Wharf (the best Canary Wharf Hotels)
Where to call home for a short stay in Canary Wharf.
The Best Halal Restaurants in Canary Wharf
Looking to chow down halal style? Here’s the best halal restaurants in Canary Wharf.
The Best Canary Wharf Brunch & Breakfast Spots
How to start your morning in East London — the Canary Wharf way (Eggs Benedict included).
For a great coffee stop for your day in Canary Wharf don’t forget to pay these Canary Wharf cafes a visit.
Tower Hill to Canary Wharf Walk
If you’re keen to do some sightseeing before you get to Canary Wharf, don’t forget to take this London walk!
Tips for Exploring Canary Wharf, London
Remember the 9-5ers:
As London is a hub for 9-5ers, be prepared for it to get busy during typical London rush hour times (8-9am and 4pm-6pm) if you can try to visit outside of these times!
Pair with a visit to Greenwich:
If you have some extra time why not hop on the DLR for 15 minutes and pair your visit to Canary Wharf with a trip to Greenwich!
Don’t forget the art installations:
From Winter Lights to the Summer Lights Show there’s always a cool art installation taking place in Canary Wharf. If you can, time your visit for when they’re on to get the full Canary Wharf experience. Don’t forget to stay updated on Canary’s Wharf’s tourism site.