The Tide will be London's first elevated park

The soon-to-be-opened London park travellers should check out

In Travel News by The H4C Team

Travelling to London soon? There’s a new landmark to add to your must-see list, with the city’s first-ever riverside linear park set to open on the Greenwich Peninsula July 5. London’s answer to New York’s High Line, The Tide will be a hub for wellness and recreation, and will boast gorgeous views – perfect for a cheeky holiday snap!

Featuring timber-decked bridges and pathways of wildflowers and native pine and silver birch trees, the nine-metre-high park will be the first of its kind in the city. Designed by the architects behind New York’s famous elevated park, Diller Scofidio + Renfo, the new landmark will also boast sunken gardens, a 27-metre-long outdoor picnic table and two Damien Hirst sculptures. 

The park will host performances, festivals and events

Slated to become a site for artistic installations, The Tide will also host an array of exciting events and festivals – from the Turning Tides Festival (5-7 and 12-14 July) to performances from the Grammy award-winning Oumou Sangare. There’ll also be wellness-focused offerings like early-morning ‘sober raves’, yoga and Reiki. 

To find out more about London’s new elevated park, visit The Tide’s website here.

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