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Very qwerky building housing an exhibition on sustainability. Nothing is vertical! Currently in the middle of lots of development but very close to the DLR so easy to get to. Close to the cable car for a rather different view of the area. Very reasonably...More
The building was extremely interesting however the tour was needlessly long as we were taken into the boiler rooms and shown not so interesting machinery rather than being shown the building it self. I would recommend going around the exhibition by yourself rather than with...More
Just stopped here after leaving our hotel for a coffee and a bite to eat. Delicious fresh sandwiches (I had crayfish and cucumber, fiancé had pastrami salad) along with gingerbread latte and americano.. good coffee too! A with 2 breakfast bars it all came to...More
I dreaded going to this event held at the Crystal, imagining hours of commute. It turned out to be super easy and super fast - both on the way there and back: 25 minutes. The space is also really interesting, inside and out. I did...More
Found the Crystal by chance when we travelled across the Thames by cable car (which was also excellent) - it is really worth the visit and explore the interactive exhibits to see how we are changing and will change in the future. You will leave...More
We stumbled accross this when alighted from the cable car, had a fab lunch <£15 for four of us, delicious food, locally sourced. We all enjoyed the exhibits and learned alot. Would be great for a GCSE school trip and Key stage 2/3. Interesting building...More
A very interesting and easy exhibition to explore. Plenty of interactive displays which are very good for young and old alike to learn about our environment and how to help to save it. This is particularly interesting to children who can have a lot of...More
Yes, I am sure a 7-yr old would love the exhibition and take away whatever she picks up, especially if the accompanying adults give added explanations pitched at her level of understanding. I would think you could easily... More
Yes, I am sure a 7-yr old would love the exhibition and take away whatever she picks up, especially if the accompanying adults give added explanations pitched at her level of understanding. I would think you could easily spend 2 hrs, if not more, and there is a cafe and also don't forget the Cable Car across the Thames is just outside (£3.20 with Oyster card) which would be really fun too, that takes you over to the Greenwich peninsula with O2 building. Have a great day out!