Sky Garden London

City of London


Sky Garden London

1 Sky Garden Walk


Perfect for a romantic evening, enjoy spectacular views over the capital as the sun sets and pay absolutely nothing for the pleasure.

What to do at Sky Garden

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Visit Sky Garden’s viewing gallery on the 43rd floor of the Walkie Talkie for panoramic views over London.

With floor-to-ceiling glass windows, this leafy indoor garden provides fantastic views of the iconic London skyline. Stroll through the lush landscaped gardens before making your way to the observation decks and open-air terrace.

Fancy a drink or a bite to eat? Try one of Sky Garden's restaurants and bars for modern British fare and swanky cocktails.

Sunrise yoga, live music sessions and other activities are also available to book. Check the venue's website for full details of upcoming events.

Restaurants and bars in Sky Garden

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Enjoy a memorable meal with panoramic views from a Sky Garden restaurant, or settle in on the sofas with a tipple from the bar and watch the sunset over the city. 

Darwin Brasserie

All-day dining spot Darwin Brasserie serves up classic British dishes with a relaxed atmosphere, on level 36 overlooking the Thames. This lively location is all about the best of British, whether you're visiting for breakfast, brunch or dinner. Please note, this is a cashless restaurant. 

Fenchurch Restaurant

One level up, fine-dining eatery Fenchurch Restaurant specialises in modern fusion cuisine using seasonal ingredients. Head Chef, Kerth Gumbs, combines the very best of British ingredients with Caribbean flavours influenced by his Anguillan roots. Pair each carefully curated dish with a beverage from the award-winning wine list and cocktails. Fenchurch restaurant is also a cashless establishment. 

Larch Restaurant and Café

Brand-new for 2023, the Larch Restaurant and Café are located on the ground floor opposite the entrance to the Sky Garden. Although it may not offer the views of the upper level, this spot provides a homely dining experience, serving up authentic Italian dishes with a fantastic selection of cocktails.

Sky Garden bars

If you’d rather just have a drink, there are three bars to enjoy. Sky Pod Bar hosts DJ nights and live music, City Garden Bar has a great choice of cocktails, while Fenchurch Terrace is a relaxed spot for drinks and nibbles.

Is Sky Garden free to visit?

Entry to Sky Garden is free but limited so make sure you reserve online in advance.

How to book Sky Garden

Tickets are available to book online on a weekly basis, up to three weeks in advance of your visit.

Where is Sky Garden located in London?

Sky Garden is located on the 43rd floor of the Walkie Talkie, 20 Fenchurch Street, in the City of London. The exact address is 1 Sky Garden Walk, London EC3M 8AF.

How high is Sky Garden in London?

Sky Garden is London's highest public garden, spanning three storeys, 155 metres (508ft) above the city.

When to visit

You can visit Sky Garden anytime of year and any day of the week, but the views are particularly astounding at sunset.

Opening times are 10am to 6pm from Monday to Friday, and 11am to 9pm on Saturday and Sunday (as well as bank holidays).

There are no quiet or peak times as such, as visitor numbers are regulated and admission is based on a ticketed, timed entry system.

Is there a dress code for Sky Garden?

There is no official dress code for visiting Sky Garden. However, for evening bookings from 6pm onward, there is a smart, casual dress code in Darwin Restaurant and Sky Garden bars.

Fenchurch Restaurant operates a stricter dress code, with sportswear, hoodies and gym trainers not permitted.

Flip flops, baseball caps and male vest tops are not permitted in the restaurants. Management reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone they feel is inappropriately dressed.

Does Sky Garden take walk-ins?

Sky Garden takes walk-ins but entry is not free. All walk-ins are subject to availability and capacity on the day. 

Early access tickets are chargeable at the door at £9.50 per person and are inclusive of a hot beverage. Children under the age of 16 can enter for free.

Evening walk-ins can purchase tickets at the door at £18.25 per person (+18 only). ID is required and the venue reserves the right to refuse access to the building. This ticket is for standing access and includes entertainment from a resident DJ or live band and a glass of champagne.

Opening Times

Opening Times

Monday - Friday

10am - 6pm weekends

11am - 9pm