As your train pulls into London Fenchurch Street station, a charming combination of stunning views and hidden gems are all around you. From the picturesque gardens at St. Dunstan’s Church to the bustling food market, we’ve compiled some of London’s best things to do near Fenchurch Street.
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Tower Bridge is London’s best-loved landmark and most Instagram-able spot – especially lit up against the dark city sky. It was officially opened on 30 June 1894 by the Prince and Princess of Wales who became King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. Don’t miss out on the 2FOR1 offer to see inside Tower Bridge when you travel with c2c!
The Tower of London
How to get there: A 5 minute walk from Fenchurch Street Station.
St Dunstan’s in the East
A fabulous secret garden in the heart of The City, moments away from Fenchurch Street Station, what’s known affectionately as ‘The Gardeners’ Church’. This hidden oasis is a bustling metropolis in the summer, but becomes a quaint and fairy tale like garden that fills you with a calm and serenity. As it’s located between Fenchurch Street and Tower Bridge, there are lots of places to choose from to grab a meal and drink afterwards.
How to get there: From Fenchurch Street Station, walk 3 mins to EC3R 5DD.
The Barbican Centre
Museum of London Docklands
How to get there: Our advice? Get off at Limehouse – it’s a 20 minute picturesque walk that takes you over Limehouse Basin. Or, get the DLR from Bank to Westferry, as that’s only a 5 minute stroll away.
Fenchurch Street food market
Open four days a week, Tuesday-Friday, from 10am to 3:30pm the food market takes place on the forecourt outside of Fenchurch Street Station.
Bustling with pop up food stalls serving up dishes from around the world you’ll find everything from falafels to katsu wraps, Greek treats to burgers. There’s something to satisfy every craving.
Here are some of the scrumptious stalls to get food from. This is just an idea of what’s available as traders can change throughout the year.
- Monday – Roma Coffee
- Tuesday – Harissa & Lemon, Hola Guacamole, The Athenian, BHK, Katsu Wraps, Falafel Queen, Guptas, Olivier’s Bakery, Roma Coffee
- Wednesday – Harissa & Lemon, Paella, The Athenian, BHK, Katsu Wraps, Falafel Queen, Guptas, Olivier’s Bakery, Roma Coffee, Breakfast By Bella
- Thursday – Harissa & Lemon, One Love Kitchen, The Athenian, BHK, Katsu Wraps, Falafel Queen, Olivier’s Bakery, Roma Coffee
- Friday – Harissa & Lemon, Hola Guacamole, One Love Kitchen, BHK, Falafel Queen, Olivier’s Bakery, Roma Coffee