A new place-to-be has opened its doors in London, and this time it takes the outdoors inside.
Sky Garden is London’s highest public garden. Set in City, on Fenchurch Street, the venue consists of 3 levels – on the 35th, 36th and 37th floors of the imposing Walkie Talkie building.
Obviously, this makes for stunning views, of which the Sky Pod Bar provides the best vantage point, to be enjoyed sipping a cocktail. For food, go up 1 or 2 floors, to the Darwin Brasserie or the Fenchurch Seafood Bar and Grill.
The Sky Garden planting itself is designed by the landscape architects Gillespies, and was installed by Willerby landscapes. The terraces are planted according to different themes: there’s a prehistoric forest, and Mediterranean and South African flower, shrub, fragrant herbs and fern plantings, all to be enjoyed under a magnificent steel-structured glass roof or the open air.
Entry is free, but space is limited to ensure maximum pleasure and unencumbered views.
Book tickets here: http://skygarden.london/sky-garden