Canary Wharf isn’t just about shopping. With the richness of film, music, theatre, fashion, art and a lot more, Canary Wharf is recognized as a perfect destination for a great day out. It is also home to some of the unique monuments. One such famous attraction is Traffic Light Tree. Created by Pierre Vivant, the structure comprises 75 traffic lights. It is believed that the tree portrays the keenness and impatience of Canary Wharf.
Centaur is another very attractive monument located in Canary Wharf at Montgomery Square. It depicts the figure of a horse with a male torso and was created by sculptor Igor Mitoraj.
You can also enjoy skating amongst trees in Canada Square Park.
For a grand experience, visit the lobby of One Canada Square, which stands at 770 feet above the ground level.
You can also visit the Museum of the London Docklands. Situated inside the 200-year-old warehouse, Museum of London Docklands tells the history of River Thames, the growth of Docklands and London’s history as a trading port. You can get insights of London’s port trade through a wealth of objects and pictures placed in the galleries. Great efforts have been made to recreate the history of the city, right from the arrival of the Romans to the rise of Canary Wharf. Visit to this world-class Museum is absolutely free from 10am - 6pm.