Trinity Buoy Wharf is a site for artistic and cultural activities located in London's Docklands area, about one mile East of Canary Wharf.
The site is the home of London's only lighthouse which is no longer operational but part of the arts buildings.
London's first Container City, old shipping containers decorated and transformed into coveted studios and apartments is built on the site.
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What a wonderful little bit of London! Sitting on the Thames with a gorgeous view of the London skyline, the wharf is a peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The wharf is now an arts and creative industries centre, though it's been home to many other things in the past. Studios and galleries are available for rent and there are often open houses and art shows on the...more