27th July 2016

VISITING THE SKY GARDEN (FREE!)

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post (however affiliate links may be used, including Amazon Associates, which mean I earn commissions on purchases at no extra cost to you) and all thoughts are my own.

Y’know that big shiny building affectionately referred to as “The Walkie Talkie”? The one that accidentally melted cars when it was first erected? Well… it turns out that on the top floor of this building (155m high!), there’s a super cool bar set in a garden themed area. And best of all? It’s free!

The Sky Garden is a glass dome at the top of the building which spans 3 storeys and offers 360 degree views of this beautiful city. You can expect delicious cocktails, gorgeous views and funky tunes (yes, there is a DJ in amongst all the greenery!).

How to Book

Like I already mentioned, the Sky Garden is free to visit but you do need to make an online booking prior to arrival.

Time slots are available online 3 weeks beforehand and can be booked up to 1 hour before your arrival. If you’re planning on visiting on a weekday, the booking process should be easy peasy. However, the weekend slots are notoriously hard to get, so make sure you’re online 3 weeks beforehand!

RELATED: Thinking of heading to the Sky Garden? Check out my “London Bucket List” to see what else you can do during your time in London! 

Why You Should Go

Why You Shouldn’t Go

Have you been to the Sky Garden? What Did You Think? Do you have any other recommendations for free things to do in London?

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post and all thoughts are my own.
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One response to “VISITING THE SKY GARDEN (FREE!)”

  1. It looks amazing there! I’ve seen this on a few blogs, but I actually didn’t realise it was free, or that it was in the ‘walkie talkie building’. I love that building haha! I’m definitely going to have to have a look at this the next time we visit London!
    xo April | April Everyday

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