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Canary Wharf is best known as one of London’s major business districts.
It is host to some of the UK’s tallest buildings, including One Canada Square – only the Shard is taller.
However, despite not being the first place you'd imagine having a good time, Canary Wharf is actually an exciting place to visit, with plenty to see and do.
A Canary Wharf prostate massage is an intensely sensual experience, and while you're in the area, try some of its most popular locales.
A Brief History Of Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf, in the east of London, used to be part of one of the busiest docks in the world – the West India docks on the Isle of Dogs.
However, after the port industry began to decline in the ‘60s, the docks started shutting down, until by 1980, all had closed.
Towards the end of the millennium, businesses began to take advantage of the space, leading to its reputation today as a major business district.
Canary Wharf has some of the UK’s tallest buildings, but let’s be honest, we’ve all seen tall buildings before.
If you're looking for something of historical significance, the Museum of London Docklands is free, and more interesting than it sounds. There are daily tours and activities to keep you busy.
Canary Wharf is also home to some supercool artworks, including a sculpture of a centaur standing over a decapitated body, and an enormous incomplete head of a Centurion.
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Shops To Visit In Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf Shopping Centre has just about everything you need.
From department stores, such as John Lewis and M&S, to your classic (relatively cheap) clothing outlets – Topshop and French Connection. If you're looking for jewellery, there’s a Swarovski Crystal, Pandora, and Goldsmiths.
Restaurants & Pubs In Canary Wharf
There are loads of restaurants in Canary Wharf. Lovers of breakfast will flock to The Breakfast Club, which serves its eponymous meal all day.
Want to try out Jamie Oliver’s signature foods?
Jamie’s Italian has a location in Canary Wharf as well. Notes Coffee Roasters & Wine Bar takes coffee seriously, and has a good selection of wines as well.
There is, of course, a Starbucks and a Pret a Manger. Wasabi and Sticks’n’Sushi both offer the best in Japanese dining.
Get takeaways and visit the Roof Garden if you want to enjoy your food in a stunning indoor oasis. There’s also a performance space, where drama, music, dance, and spoken word are all performed regularly.
If you just want a drink and some pub grub, you can try Cat & Canary on the water’s edge.
Otherwise, The Fine Line has an eclectic interior, with reclaimed furnishings and a theatre-style window into the kitchen. The Henry Addington on Mackenzie Walk is the most classic of the pubs.
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Clubs In Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf is never going to be host to London’s best nightlife. However, there are plenty of pubs to choose from. Also, Crossrail Place is home to Canary Wharf Everyman Cinema.
This boutique-style cinema has armchairs and sofas with foot rests. It shows a combination of classic films and new releases.
Open air concerts also happen, if you're lucky enough to be there during the warm seasons.
Getting To Canary Wharf
Canary Wharf Underground Station can be reached on the Jubilee line. To find out which buses to take from your location to Canary Wharf, plan your route on the Transport For London website.