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St. Katherine's Dock

Located directly next to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London is St. Katharines Dock has been the centerpiece of international trade for more than 1,000 years. Once a working dock, now one of London’s undiscovered treasures. Waterfront with a mix of shops, restaurants and luxury apartments and London’s main marina.

This historic site also houses the famous Dickens Inn, the oldest building on St. Louis. Katharine’s Dock and the Thames.

Opening Hours

St. Katharine’s Dock is open all day, but the shops and restaurants have several opening hours.

How to get there

Tower Hill, Tower Gateway
St Katharine Dock (Stop TS): 100
St. Katharine’s Pier, Tower Pier
Wapping High Street, Nesham Street, Tower Gardens
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