London’s first-ever elevated riverside linear park is now open on Greenwich Peninsula. Initially 1km in length, running from Peninsula Square to the river and along the riverside, The Tide will eventually stretch 5km in length around the whole Peninsula.
Use our map with suggested route to take in public art installations by global and emerging artists, including Damien Hirst, Allen Jones and Morag Myerscough, enjoy food and drink from independent traders beside the river or relax by one of our 5 meditation points from OPO by BeBox.
Run or walk the landscaped trail to discover it for yourself.
Find out more about the inspiration behind The Tide
The Making of The Tide
COLLABORATORS OF THE TIDE
Under The High Tide, you can seek out a boldly coloured installation by Morag Myerscough. Siblings illuminates The Tide’s arches with Myerscough's signature splashes of colour. Born and Bred in London, she continues to be fascinated by how words, colour, pattern and structures can change urban environments. Characterised by an engaging boldness, she creates local responses to each distinct audience that will see and experience the environment she embellishes.
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How to get here
Join us on London's first ever elevated linear park, The Tide. Get here via the Jubilee Line to North Greenwich tube station - just 2 minutes from Canary Wharf and 13 minutes from Westminster.
Exit the station on to Peninsula Square, The Tide’s winding path begins adjacent to ‘The Spire’. You'll find The Tide on Google maps.
Alternatively, take the scenic route on the Thames Clipper to North Greenwich pier and arrive directly on The Tide.
Take a look at the map for a suggested route along The Tide and around Greenwich Peninsula, allowing you to take in all of the highlights.
Greenwich Peninsula / The Tide Map
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