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Royal Docks Adventure Easter holiday activities

Royal Docks Adventure Easter holiday activities

Royal Docks Adventure host a series of Easter Holiday Activity Days between April 3-13 for young people between the ages of eight and 18 years old who are looking to explore some adventurous activities and get active during the school holidays. read more…

London Festival of Architecture invites event ideas

London Festival of Architecture invites event ideas

The London Festival of Architecture celebrates London as a global hub of architectural experimentation, practice and debate. The festival returns to the capital from June 1-30, 2018 and is expecting to announce a number of public events in and around London’s Royal Docks, exploring the theme of ‘identity’. read more…

Good Hotel reopens rooftop terrace bar

Good Hotel reopens rooftop terrace bar

The Good Hotel, situated in Royal Victoria Dock, reopens its Rooftop Terrace Bar on 15 April 2018, giving residents and visitors the opportunity to enjoy signature cocktails or café classics al fresco overlooking the stunning waterways of the Royal Docks during the spring and summer seasons. read more…

Green Easter egg hunt at The Crystal

Green Easter egg hunt at The Crystal

Visit The Crystal at London’s Royal Docks this holiday weekend and take part in a green egg hunt. Visitors are invited to look for clues around the exhibition to complete their Easter treasure hunt, with prizes on offer for those with the keenest discovery skills. read more…

Months of planning pays off for RoDMA

Months of planning pays off for RoDMA

The recent discovery of a 500-kilogram unexploded bomb in George V Dock, acted as a timely reminder of the importance of the work of the Royal Docks Management Authority, alongside the Met Police, the Royal Navy and the Port of London Authority. read more…

Predator Adventures at the Royal Docks

Predator Adventures at the Royal Docks

Ever wondered what it feels like to travel through the water with the speed and agility of a killer whale? Well, now you can find out, with a trip in the Seabreacher, a revolutionary submersible watercraft set to become one of the most popular attractions of 2018 at London’s Royal Docks. read more…

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