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Hay's Galleria

Built in the mid-19th century, ships from around the world visited Hay’s Wharf to unload their cargo. The Hay’s Wharf complex has been completely restored and now offers visitors numerous shops and places to eat and drink. Visitors who visit the Galleria now are in exactly the same place where the tea clippers from India and China docked 150 years ago.

In the middle of the Galleria is David Kemps 60ft high kinetic artwork, which forms an interesting spectacle with moving parts, water jets and fountains.

Hay’s Galleria is not worth crossing half of London, but if you are in the area it is nice to take a look.

Opening Hours

Hay’s Galleria is open all day.

The shops and restaurants have different opening times.

How to get there

London Bridge, Tower Hill
London Bridge Station (Stop R): 47,343
London Bridge City Pier, St. Katharines Pier, Tower Pier
Duke Street Hill
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