5 things to do in and around Canary Wharf: June 30-July 6

By Rob Virtue on June 30, 2014 10:15 AM |


1 Bridge exhibition at Docklands museum

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The rich history of London's bridges is explored at the Museum of London Docklands.

The exhibition is full of strong images including the one above for the proposed Garden Bridge in central London. Click here for more details.

2 Beach Volleyball at Canary Wharf

Wood Wharf again hosts the Beach Volleyball Championships, which begin on Monday (today).

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National charity Action For Kids raised £70,000 from the court last year. If you want a game see here

3 Monty Python at The O2

The eagerly awaited return of Monty Python begins on Tuesday night.


Cleese, Palin, Idle, Gilliam and Jones will be performing at North Greenwich until July 20.

For tickets click here

4 See F1 at the Olympic FanZone

If there wasn't enough sport on TV already this summer then the Formala One championship arrives in the UK this weekend.


Motor racing fans should head to The International Quarter at Stratford's Olympic Park for the F1FanZone with giant screens and driving simulators.

5 Wimbledon Party at Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is the place to catch the Wimbledon men's tennis final on Sunday.


As well as the big screen at Canada Square Park, new restaurant at Canary Riverside 28 West Bar and Grill is hosting a party on Sunday to mark final, while there's also one on Thursday.

Go to http://www.28-west.co.uk/