First and foremost, though, it is a source of genuinely exceptional produce. Many of the Market’s stallholders are themselves producers: the farmer who reared the animal, the fisherman who caught the fish, the baker who baked the bread. Other traders have built their reputations on seeking out small-scale artisan producers and bringing their wares to Borough. Together, the Market’s stalls, shops and restaurants reflect London’s status as a truly global city, with traditional British produce sitting alongside regional specialities from around the world.
The Museum is an educational charity run by volunteers and tells the story of one of the world’s great engineering dynasties.
London’s 2nd busiest library is designed by world renowned architect Piers Gough, partner at CZWG architects, the Canada Water Library opened in November 2011. The library incorporates a range of cultural and community facilities, reflecting Southwark Council’s ambition to put libraries at the heart of community life.
Independent film production facility and venue operating in an 18C listed building
Southwark Cathedral is the oldest gothic church in London, dating from around 1220, and is part of the Diocese of Southwark.
St Mary's Church, is the local Church of England parish church in Rotherhithe
Surrey Docks Farm is an Interactive, Free to Enter educational farm on the banks of the Thames, London
Built upon the original site of The Clink Prison, which dating back to 1144 was one of England’s oldest and most notorious prisons
Food and drink
The Mayflower pub is a hidden gem in the heart of Rotherhithe, London.
Time & Talents is a local charity based dedicated to creating a place where everyone feels part of a community.
Adult £9.80 Children £4.20
Tower Bridge was built over 120 years ago to ease road traffic while maintaining river access to the busy Pool of London docks
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